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Waymo and Cruise safety drivers face a bleak choice: pandemic or pollution?

The crypto millionaire that acquired BitTorrent—and waded into the trade war

When Chinese millionaire Justin Sun acquired BitTorrent, was he trying to skirt the trade war? Or fly right in the face of it, no matter the cost?

Leaks from internal Facebook meetings show Mark Zuckerberg on his back foot

A summer of the CEO defending his decisions to angry employees

Inside Pinterest, more tales of workplace discrimination

How video chat fuels the American deportation machine

Detained, dehumanized, deported


Recording police brutality: how one snap decision changed this town

We’ve all seen videos of police violence go viral, and some lead to big changes. But what happens to the people filming those videos after they decide to hit record?

Capturing the Police

Recording a moment in American history

The Peace Reporters

The police dressed for war. The people showed up with cameras.

Prisoners at San Quentin are dying from COVID, and help isn’t coming

Prisoners at San Quentin are trapped with COVID. We talked to them

The epic campaign to win Elon Musk’s Tesla factory with memes

Mischief managed

How MSCHF managed to dominate the internet — with fun!

Safe Space

Fire and plague prepared these teens for the world

Through fire and fear, Paradise, California’s teens take control of their lives

Crisis Mode

Employees at Crisis Text Line tried telling the board about a pattern of racial insensitivity at the company — but when that didn’t work, they went to Twitter

Inside Nextdoor’s ‘Karen problem’

Can Nextdoor really be a social network for communities if black people don’t feel safe on it?

Byte flight

5G coronavirus conspiracy theorists are endangering the workers who keep networks running

Engineers have been abused, harassed, and spat at, while conspiracy theorists have launched arson attacks against mobile infrastructure

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The human cost of Instacart’s grocery delivery

Cart of Darkness

Sundar Pichai on managing Google through the pandemic

The CEO of Google and Alphabet joins The Vergecast

The doomsday bunker market is thriving amid the coronavirus pandemic

Survival companies are capitalizing on coronavirus fears to sell bunkers that can withstand the apocalypse.

Exam anxiety: how remote test-proctoring is creeping students out

As schools go remote, so do tests and so does surveillance

Boob job: how The Chive built an empire out of bro-bait

The website defined frat culture in 2010, but can it survive a decade later?

Bird: careless leadership, high turnover, and inappropriate office behavior

Over a dozen former employees tell The Verge about major problems plaguing the electric scooter company

The jury is still out on Zoom trials

Warehouse workers are forcing Amazon to take COVID-19 seriously

Following protests, Amazon is instituting new safety measures

Can Meg Whitman outwit a pandemic with Quibi?

eBay. HP. Governor of California (well, almost). Quibi? Meg Whitman’s last act is her biggest bet yet

Campus is closed, so college students are rebuilding their schools in Minecraft

Being stuck at home has forced everyone to be creative

Co-founder therapy teaches tech bros how to be in their feelings

The NYC subway’s new tap-to-pay system has a hidden cost — rider data

Dr Disrespect is the villain who could change the future of TV

Guy ‘Dr Disrespect’ Beahm opens up about his Twitch alter ego


The art and craft of scientific glassblowing


This little self-driving boat is changing the way we search for shipwrecks

This backpack has it all: Kevlar, batteries, and a federal investigation

The man behind an alleged crowdfunding scam wants you to know he isn’t a scammer

The Verge tech survey 2020

We polled Americans about which big tech companies they trust with their personal information

Robots aren’t taking our jobs — they’re becoming our bosses

To expose sexism at Uber, Susan Fowler blew up her life

The risks and rewards of blowing the whistle at Uber

Inside Clinc, the AI startup facing troubling allegations of sexual harassment

Behind the scenes, employees allege a pattern of inappropriate behavior and are speaking out

As Lambda students speak out, the school’s debt-swapping partnership disappears from the internet

The company has partnered with Edly to sell ISAs to investors

The high cost of a free coding bootcamp

Students at Lambda School say the program hasn’t delivered on its promise