Vox editor and cofounder Matthew Yglesias is drawing public backlash from colleagues after signing an open letter endorsing free speech and pushing back against the "stifling atmosphere" in some corners of the media.
Vox has published an explainer on "What The Police Really Believe." It purports to take the reader "inside the distinctive, largely unknown ideology of American policing—and how it justifies racist violence" and paint a "deeply disturbing picture of the internal culture of policing."
The "enormous suffering" that has killed more than 74,000 Americans provides Democrats leverage on legislation addressing the coronavirus, Rep. Pramila Jayapal (D., Wash.) told the liberal website Vox on Wednesday.
Apparently, the U.S. media establishment has learned nothing from the mistakes it made covering the early stages of the coronavirus pandemic—namely, its use of such offensive terms as "Wuhan virus" and "Taiwan," and its suggestion that the virus might have originated in China.