Month: June 2022

The text-to-image revolution, explained

The text-to-image revolution, explained

How programmers turned the internet into a paintbrush. Beginning in January 2021, advances in AI research have produced a plethora…

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Denmark votes to scrap EU defense opt-out

COPENHAGEN — Denmark voted overwhelmingly to scrap its opt-out from EU security and defense policy in a referendum triggered by…

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French police to gather football fans’ complaints after Champions League fiasco

Spanish and British citizens will be able to file complaints in their home countries starting Monday over the chaos at…

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EU vows deal to unlock Poland’s pandemic cash hinges on reforms

The European Commission has endorsed a plan paving the way for Poland to unlock billions in post-pandemic funds — despite…

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<div>Across Latin America, the Feminist Movement Is in the Streets</div>

Across Latin America, the Feminist Movement Is in the Streets

On March 8, 2020, thousands across Latin America participated in an international strike to protest gender-based inequality. The movement has…

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UK seeks US approval to send rocket systems to Ukraine

The United Kingdom is asking the U.S. to sign off on a plan to send advanced, medium-range rocket systems to…

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<div>From Buffalo to India, the Right’s Demographic Paranoia Fuels Deadly Violence</div>

From Buffalo to India, the Right’s Demographic Paranoia Fuels Deadly Violence

As the Western far right promotes “great replacement” theory, the Indian right accuses Muslims of trying to outnumber the Hindu…

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<div>Capitalism Creates Chaos. The Carceral System Is a Bad Attempt to Contain It.</div>

Capitalism Creates Chaos. The Carceral System Is a Bad Attempt to Contain It.

Capitalism creates social disorder and relies on police and prisons to manage it. Until liberals recognize this link between criminal…

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How to prevent another white supremacist massacre

How to prevent another white supremacist massacre

A Buffalo resident places her hand on a photo at a makeshift memorial across the street from Tops Friendly Market,…

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Croatia on track to adopt the euro

Croatia on track to adopt the euro

Croatia is on course to adopt the single currency starting in 2023 after fulfilling a number of set criteria, the European Commission and…

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<div>Michał Kalecki Is the Economist We Need to Make Sense of Class Conflict</div>

Michał Kalecki Is the Economist We Need to Make Sense of Class Conflict

Polish economist Michał Kalecki argued that capitalists would always resist full employment because it increases the confidence and bargaining power…

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<div>Don’t Cancel ,000 of Student Debt. Cancel Every Penny.</div>

Don’t Cancel $10,000 of Student Debt. Cancel Every Penny.

The Biden administration has been floating the possibility of a means-tested cancellation of $10,000 of student debt. There’s no reason…

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Take a mental break with the newest Vox crossword

Take a mental break with the newest Vox crossword

New Vox Crossword puzzles come out Monday through Saturday | Amanda Northrop For the curious in all of us. Can…

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<div>Belgium Is the EU’s Capital, but Its Own Future Is Now in Doubt</div>

Belgium Is the EU’s Capital, but Its Own Future Is Now in Doubt

Belgium was a pioneer of industrialization, and class struggle by its workers’ movement created one of Europe’s most impressive welfare…

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Staring down 30 at the Taylor Swift dance party

Staring down 30 at the Taylor Swift dance party

On finding enjoyment, and cringe, in the world’s biggest pop star. Two weeks ago, Taylor Swift received an honorary doctorate…

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About 200 years ago, the world started getting rich. Why?

About 200 years ago, the world started getting rich. Why?

Actors pretend to be in the Industrial Revolution as part of the opening ceremony for the London Olympics in 2012….

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