Because all your articles are stolen from other websites, but slightly reworded. Your website is of bad quality for this reason, so Google has decided to not waste their storage space caching your copied content, or crawl budget crawling your stolen content.
Furthermore, it'd be absolutely horrific if they did rank these pages, as the actual author who put effort into writing the original articles up would lose money, & traffic because of you... this would also probably leave you wide open to be sued. So in reality, it's probably best you don't rank with this content.
Make new content. Your content. Also, I'd start on a new domain as the current one will be currently in Google's "dog sh*t" bucket, and that'll be hard/take time to get out of.
To back up my point, this article: dailydopestuff.online/?p=54 is a copy of https://www.buzzfeed.com/katyherman/things-to-ask-your-family-members-now-that-you
If I can find this, so can Google - because guess what? I found that it was stolen through using Google. To make matters worse, all 'your' articles are stolen.
I'd also look in your Google Search Console, maybe you've got a manual penalty, although it may just be algorithmic.