Kausfiles: "Are We Sure Lieberman Would Resign?" by Mickey Kaus
Wednesday, Nov. 8
Frame Game: "Burnt Toast," by William Saletan
Diary of a Democratic Operative (Day 3), by Tony Bullock
Press Box: "Fun With Numbers," by Michael Kinsley
Chatterbox: "What Monica Did for Dubya," by Timothy Noah
Explainer: "Why Do You Say Gore When You Mean Bush?" by Emily Yoffe
Recycled: "The Phony Science of Election Predictions," by Karl Eisenhower and Pete Nelson
Ballot Box: "Why Gore (Probably) Lost," by Jacob Weisberg
Recycled: "Did Kennedy Really Steal the 1960 Election?" by David Greenberg
Today's Papers: "Harvard-Yale Goes Into Overtime," by Scott Shuger
Tuesday, Nov. 7
This Just In: "Behind the Scenes at Time," by Joel Stein
TODAY IN SLATE
Black people’s disdain for “proper English” and academic achievement is a myth.
Hong Kong’s Protesters Are Ridiculously Polite. That’s What Scares Beijing So Much.
The One Fact About Ebola That Should Calm You: It Spreads Slowly
How White Boy Rick, a legendary Detroit cocaine dealer, helped the FBI uncover brazen police corruption.
A Jaw-Dropping Political Ad Aimed at Young Women, Apparently
How Even an Old Hipster Can Age Gracefully
On their new albums, Leonard Cohen, Robert Plant, and Loudon Wainwright III show three ways.