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The World
Nov. 14 2014 2:38 PMCould the Disappearance of 43 Students Bring Down the Mexican Government?
Politics
Nov. 14 2014 2:06 PMThe Coming Immigration WarWhy Republicans are furious about the president’s threat to use executive action, and what they plan to do about it.
The World
Nov. 14 2014 11:13 AMIs the U.S. Leaving Itself Wiggle Room on Torture?
The Slate Quiz
Nov. 13 2014 11:50 PMPlay the Slate News QuizWith Jeopardy! superchampion Ken Jennings.
Jurisprudence
Nov. 13 2014 5:37 PMWhy Is Justin Wolfe Still in Prison?His murder conviction was vacated three years ago, but Virginia won’t set him free.
The World
Nov. 13 2014 5:05 PMWhat Will Change if ISIS and al-Qaida Patch Things Up?
Foreigners
Nov. 13 2014 11:54 AMWhite FlightAmerica’s white supremacists are ignored at home. So they are looking to start over with a little help from Europe’s far right.
Politics
Nov. 12 2014 6:08 PMThe I-WordNo, Republicans aren’t going to try to impeach President Obama. But you can’t blame Democrats for thinking they might.
Dispatches
Nov. 12 2014 3:49 PMUnclaimed PropertyAn auction in Pennsylvania where the items up for bid are guns used in suicides.
Jurisprudence
Nov. 12 2014 12:46 PMThe High Court Takes Center StageThe biggest year in the Supreme Court’s modern history will shape the 2016 election.
Frame Game
Nov. 12 2014 9:34 AMDivine RevisionHow Mormons will come to accept homosexuality.
Foreigners
Nov. 11 2014 5:48 PMRussia Gets ReligionIs Vladimir Putin trying to build a new Orthodox empire?
The World
Nov. 11 2014 3:44 PM​Ebola Isn’t That Hard to Contain. So How Did It Get So Out of Control in the First Place?
The World
Nov. 11 2014 1:36 PMThe Obama Administration’s One Human Rights Success Story Isn’t Looking So Great Now
Jurisprudence
Nov. 11 2014 10:50 AMAfter the Deepwater Horizon Oil SpillThe Great Invisible reveals what happened to the victims.
Photography
Nov. 14 2014 2:36 PMMexico’s Days of RageGripping photos of the protests sweeping a nation.
The World
Nov. 14 2014 1:37 PMWill Australia’s Anti-Green Prime Minister Push the Country Into International Isolation?
Roads & Kingdoms
Nov. 14 2014 9:01 AMRescued From the Land of Fire and IceStranded on a floating glacier? This crew of Icelandic volunteers is here to save you.
Politics
Nov. 13 2014 6:30 PMMary Landrieu’s Pipeline Pipe DreamWhy are Democrats indulging the Louisiana senator’s desperate, pointless push to fast-track Keystone XL?
Foreigners
Nov. 13 2014 5:09 PMDistrust and VerifyWhy Iranian President Hassan Rouhani’s obstacles to a nuclear deal are surprisingly similar to President Obama’s.
The World
Nov. 13 2014 12:21 PMThe Latest From Ukraine: A Cease-Fire No One Is Observing in a War No One Is Fighting
Politics
Nov. 12 2014 8:02 PMLess Firing, More HiringThe VA shouldn’t focus on cleaning house. What the agency needs is truckloads of doctors and nurses.
War Stories
Nov. 12 2014 5:16 PMLet’s Make a DealChina’s Xi Jinping seems to understand that with great power comes at least some responsibility.
Politics
Nov. 12 2014 3:15 PMTerrorist or … Teenager?I was opinionated, sometimes defiant. I was also a young Muslim. For the FBI, that’s suspicious.
The World
Nov. 12 2014 11:48 AMCould China’s Terrifying 2013 “Airpocalypse” Have Helped Save the Planet?
Politics
Nov. 11 2014 7:18 PMHearing ImpairmentHow Loretta Lynch’s confirmation could become the next skirmish over immigration and executive action.
Politics
Nov. 11 2014 5:44 PMWhat Could the Democrats Have Done Differently?Not much. But what they need now is bolder economic ideas, not second-guessing.
Politics
Nov. 11 2014 3:24 PMDefending the UnionSocial conservatives are riding high after defeating several Republicans who endorsed gay marriage. They want more.
Foreigners
Nov. 11 2014 11:14 AMWould an Iranian Nuclear Deal Be Good for Human Rights?Maybe. But a breakdown in talks could usher in another brutal crackdown.
Jurisprudence
Nov. 11 2014 7:47 AMThe Supreme Court’s Gerrymandering ConundrumDid Alabama legislators redraw district lines to hurt Democrats or to disenfranchise black voters?

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