The Angle: Stay Awake EditionSlate’s daily newsletter on avoiding numbness, Peru’s World Cup team, and Trump’s “philanthropy.”
Demolition DonaldIt’s undeniable that the president is wrecking the U.S.-led international order. The only question left is whether he’s doing it on purpose.
The Supreme Court Made a Good Decision on Election LawIn praise of the ruling in Minnesota Voters Alliance v. Mansky.
Jeff Sessions’ Latest Immigration Ruling Is a Violation of International LawAn interview with Archi Pyati about the dire consequences of Matter of A-B-.
“What Is the Source of Disenfranchisement for Rural Americans?”How natural resources, regulation, and the dangers of farm life contribute to this nation’s intractable urban-rural divide.
ICE Detained a 50-Year U.S. Resident Outside the Home He Owns and Now It’s Trying to Deport Him
Virginia’s LossIn nominating Corey Stewart for Senate, the state sees its reactionary fringe go mainstream.
Michael Cohen Is About to Flip on Trump or Is Bluffing or Is Maybe Doing Something Else, Various Reports Say
Winner of Virginia Republican Senate Primary Immediately Suggests His Opponent Should Be Put in Jail
The Sam Alito TreatmentHow the conservative justice’s searingly funny questions doomed Minnesota’s ban on political apparel at the polls.
Department of Justice Report Concludes That FBI’s Handling of Clinton Email Case Was Flawed but Not Motivated by Political Bias
The Good Fight
A New ChoiceMaine’s experiment in ranked-choice voting is a rare cause for optimism about our democracy.
It’s All Too Much, and We Still Have to CareWhat’s going on at the border is horrifying, but we can’t go numb and turn away.
When Asked About Kim Jong-un’s Abysmal Human Rights Record, Trump Responded “He’s a Tough Guy”
The Angle: Weird Milk EditionSlate’s daily newsletter on Jeff Sessions’ immigration interventions, Paul Schrader’s work, and Trump’s dairy obsession.
Jeff Sessions Is Hijacking Immigration LawHow the attorney general is abusing a rarely used provision to rewrite legal precedent.