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Roads & Kingdoms
April 15 2016 10:13 AMBeing Cool Has Ruined BerlinOne writer’s loving lament for a changing city.
Politics
April 15 2016 1:16 AMBernie Sanders Has Won Something Big, Even If It’s Not the NominationForget who won the debate. Bernie has framed the debate.
Politics
April 14 2016 7:00 PMWhat Twitter Pundits Have to Say About the Democratic DebateCheck out the instant spin room.
Politics
April 14 2016 5:21 PMTrump Will Bulldoze Through the NortheastAny claim that he’s lost his momentum is about to end.
Foreigners
April 14 2016 3:38 PMThe Killer Hiding in the CDC Map What caused Haiti’s cholera epidemic? The CDC museum knows but won’t say.  
The Angle
April 14 2016 12:28 PMThe Angle: $10 Founding Father EditionSlate's daily newsletter on Hamilton and the $10 bill, Ted Cruz in the National Enquirer, and Hillary's superdelegate problem. 
Politics
April 13 2016 4:30 PMHillary Clinton’s Superdelegate ProblemSuperdelegates were supposed to make things easier for the party. They’ve only made it easier to cause trouble.
The Angle
April 13 2016 11:44 AMThe Angle: Now I Don’t Even Know If I Have Impostor Syndrome EditionSlate’s daily newsletter on the new Kindle, Pennsylvania’s unbound delegates, and the dubious merits of the science fair.
Politics
April 12 2016 2:57 PMThese 54 People Could Determine the Republican NominationPennsylvania’s unbound delegates hold serious sway over Donald Trump’s fate.
Memos to 45
April 12 2016 11:09 AMIntroducing Memos to 45: Advice for the Next President
Politics
April 11 2016 2:07 PMThe Messy, Very Human Politics of Bill Clinton’s Crime BillThe activists who denounce the bill now have much in common with the activists who supported it in 1994.
Interrogation
April 11 2016 8:02 AMRachel Maddow Always Believed in Bernie SandersAnd thinks she’s figured out how to cover Donald Trump.
Faith-based
April 8 2016 5:37 PMPope Francis’ “Amoris Laetitia” Is a Closeted Argument for Gay MarriageThe Pope’s own words about infertility and erotic love undermine his argument against same-sex marriage.
Politics
April 8 2016 1:53 PMTrump on IceHe probably won’t be the nominee. So how will the GOP get rid of him?
Interrogation
April 8 2016 11:34 AMChina’s President Shows Up in the Panama Papers. Is This a Big Deal?A Communist Party expert on Xi Jinping: why he’s weak, why he’s hated, and how families like his got rich.
The Slate Quiz
April 15 2016 4:00 AMSlate News QuizWith Jeopardy! superchampion Ken Jennings.
Politics
April 14 2016 11:10 PMWho Won the Democratic Debate?Vote in our totally unscientific online poll.
Foreigners
April 14 2016 5:46 PMVladimir Putin Feels Your PainThe surreal spectacle of the Russian president’s annual call-in show.
Jurisprudence
April 14 2016 4:51 PMThe Contraception CompromiseReligious objectors may finally be backing down from their Obamacare challenge. Here’s why.
Politics
April 14 2016 3:02 PMDo Terror Attacks Really Happen in Bunches?Debunking the myths about when terrorists strike.
Politics
April 13 2016 5:30 PMBad for the SchmoozeBernie’s pick for Jewish outreach director is an admirably progressive choice. It’s also bad politics.
Politics
April 13 2016 11:45 AMWhat Happened to the National Enquirer’s Ted Cruz Story?Checking in on the tabloid’s first big move of the election season.
Interrogation
April 12 2016 4:33 PMBob Woodward, Washington Outsider?The four-decade veteran of the Washington Post on Trump, journalism on the web, and what his critics don’t get about his approach to reporting.
Memos to 45
April 12 2016 11:11 AMCory Booker’s Advice for the Next President
The Angle
April 12 2016 10:50 AMThe Angle: Preaching Prosperity Edition Slate’s daily newsletter on Bill Clinton’s crime bill, Trump and the prosperity gospel, and mice, rats, and animal welfare.
The Angle
April 11 2016 12:20 PMThe Angle: Tune In Later EditionSlate’s daily newsletter on the dubious future of NPR, Manny Pacquiao’s homophobia problem, and Rachel Maddow’s thoughts on how interviewers should handle Trump. 
Cover Story
April 10 2016 8:00 PMThe Fight for the Future of NPRA slow-moving bureaucracy. An antiquated business model. A horde of upstart competitors. Can National Public Radio survive?
The Angle
April 8 2016 4:43 PMThe Angle: Bill Clinton, Take a Seat EditionSlate’s daily newsletter on Chuck Grassley and the Supreme Court, the Scar-Jo robot, and how Bill Clinton harms Hillary’s campaign. 
Foreigners
April 8 2016 1:07 PMHow Much Trouble Is Russia Causing in Europe?Too much, based on the results of a Dutch referendum about Ukraine.
Roads & Kingdoms
April 8 2016 8:30 AMHunting for Truffles in IraqIn a war-torn country, men risk their lives in pursuit of a small delicacy.

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