Slate Magazine - Politics, Business, Technology, and the Arts
Television

The New Man Show

Jimmy Kimmel—mouthy, mean, and quick to cry—is the perfect foil for Donald Trump. But how long can he play the hero?

Forget Trump’s Attack on Obama. Why Did These Green Berets Die at All?

Trump Is Not the Failure He Appears to Be

Molly Ringwald Didn’t Name the Executive Who Said a Very Gross Thing About Her

It’s Jeffrey Katzenberg.

Trump’s Travel Ban Gets Blocked, Again 

Politics

Trump’s Most Dangerous Lie

His health care deception could destabilize our democracy.

The Sinister Stupidity
of Fox & Friends

Trump’s favorite show has all the hallmarks of bad morning TV—with a whiff of authoritarianism.

Of All of Trump’s Lies, These Are the Most Dangerous

Fox & Friends’ Mission: Convincing Viewers That Someone Else Is Stupider

Why the #MeToo Moment Is Liberating, Dispiriting, and Uncomfortable All at Once

Oh Good, the Worst Idea in Cybersecurity Is Back

Most Recent See All
In Case You Missed It
Politics
Who Is Seth Moulton For? The congressman is a white, centrist, Harvard-educated war hero who wants to remake the Democratic Party. Too bad no one wants that.
How Weinstein Got Away With It for So Long It’s not just Hollywood. Our culture accepts sexual harassment as a cost of doing business.
 
A Complete List of Sexual Assault and Harassment Allegations Against Harvey Weinstein
 
How to Know if Your Husband Will Be a Total Champ—or Useless—as a New Father
War Stories
Trump’s Nuclear Meltdown Only this president could think 4,000 nukes aren’t enough.
  Podcasts
  • Lexicon Valley Where Did the Term Baby Mama Come From?
  • The Gist Here’s What We Still Don’t Understand About Obamacare
  • Hang Up And Listen Everything You Need to Know About Jose Altuve, Baseball’s Tiniest Superstar
  • Trumpcast Undoing the Obama Years
  • VIEW ALL

  Slate Plus
Slate Plus
Oct. 17 2017 1:50 PM Hollywood’s Struggles With Harassment Are Nothing New Slate’s Aisha Harris on the Weinstein scandal and minority representation in Hollywood.