The Year of Outrage

From righteous fury to faux indignation, everything we got mad about in 2014—and how it’s taken over our lives.

Will Colbert Open His Final Episode With a Parting Tribute to Truthiness?

The Sony Hack Might Kill the Kind of Brutal, Edgy Satire We Deeply Need

Rand Paul Breaks From GOP to Side With Obama Over Cuba—and He’s Not Alone 

How Can “Black Lives Matter” Actually Accomplish Something? MLK’s Struggle in Selma Shows the Way.

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The Top 10 Movies of 2014
The 10 Best Shows of 2014
Why Poor People Stay Poor Saving money costs money.
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Dec. 18 2014 11:48 AM Behind the Year of Outrage  Here’s how Slate tracked down everything we were angry about in 2014.