Nov. 5 2015 4:33 PMToo Hot for Sex?Climate change is bad, but probably not that bad.
Nov. 2 2015 4:23 PMReligious Rants in the ClassroomStudents in public school say Christianity is being forced on them.
Oct. 29 2015 2:19 PMScary PoliticsAmericans are scared about a lot of things—especially the government itself.
Oct. 22 2015 10:14 AMDo Science and Religion Conflict?Not according to highly religious people.
Oct. 6 2015 5:30 AMAn Honest Biography of Sally RideRide’s partner wrote a children’s book that I wish I’d read as a kid.
Sept. 30 2015 3:39 PM“There Is Just No Program Like the LWCF”Congress is letting a 51-year-old, incredibly successful parks program disappear.
Sept. 25 2015 1:34 PMA Rationalist’s IrrationalityWhy is Richard Dawkins such a jerk?
Sept. 21 2015 4:17 PMBishop of Rome, Vicar of Jesus Christ, Protector of the Planet?Pope Francis comes to the United States to preach for action on climate change.
Sept. 17 2015 2:39 PMCoffee TimeHow caffeine shifts our circadian clocks.
Sept. 15 2015 1:07 PMThe Great Quake and the Great DrowningIndigenous people’s terrifying tsunami stories are a history and a warning.
Sept. 10 2015 9:04 AMBone DeepWhat it’s like to discover a brand new species of hominid.
Aug. 28 2015 12:31 PMWhat Happened at Slate This Week?International affairs writer Joshua Keating on what to read to understand the apparently permanent slowdown of the Chinese economy.
Aug. 21 2015 11:35 AMTreacherous ElementThe most beautiful, practical, and poisonous uses of lead in history.
Aug. 11 2015 9:30 AMMake Peer Review PublicHow to make science faster and more robust.
Aug. 6 2015 8:47 AMFood for ThoughtThe debate over genetically modified organisms is a great case study in how to think critically.
Nov. 3 2015 3:54 PMWhy We Can Be Hopeful About Climate ChangeThis should be the year we turn to preparing for the future.
Nov. 2 2015 2:22 PMThe Psychology of StatisticsIn the coin flip paradox, you have to know what the coin flipper is thinking. 
Oct. 26 2015 12:28 PM“Hot Hands” in Basketball Are RealExperts have been arguing about these statistics for decades; now we know why.
Oct. 16 2015 1:01 PMYour Vestigial Muscles Try to Pivot Your Ears Like a Cat’sWe are a glorious mish-mash of evolutionary history.
Oct. 1 2015 4:01 PMThanks to the Land and Water Conservation Fund for These ParksAfter more than 50 years of protecting land for the public, this successful program was allowed to die.
Sept. 28 2015 6:14 PMDoubt Denies DenialThe Associated Press’ new style guideline mischaracterizes people who reject climate science.
Sept. 23 2015 7:28 AMOur Neurodiverse WorldAutism is a valuable part of humanity’s genetic legacy.
Sept. 21 2015 5:56 AMYoung DaredevilsChildren are just as willing as teenagers to take risks.
Sept. 15 2015 3:06 PMSlate Voice: “The Case Against the Case Against Air Conditioning”Listen to Daniel Engber read about the moral justification for using air conditioning and why it isn’t bad for you or even (relatively) for the planet.
Sept. 15 2015 12:19 PMHistory’s Greatest Comet FinderAmateurs have bagged more comets in a few years on the Internet than all astronomers in the past combined.
Sept. 10 2015 5:00 AMStrange New KinHomo naledi deliberately disposed of its dead.
Aug. 21 2015 2:50 PMWhat Happened at Slate This Week?The best part of the week? Meeting members like you at happy hours in New York and D.C.
Aug. 11 2015 1:41 PMBiological WarfareThe parasite of my parasite is my friend.
Aug. 10 2015 4:35 AMSocial StingersWhy are hornets and yellow jackets so aggressive this time of year?
Aug. 5 2015 11:33 AMPubMed All Day, Captain Awkward All NightEvery website a Slate science writer visits more than 20 times a month.