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Nov. 6 2014 4:11 PMCan You Create a Formula to Predict Genocide?
Politics
Nov. 6 2014 1:33 PMWhat Does It Mean for Hillary?The Republicans ran the table on Election Day. What does it mean for the Democrat in waiting? 
Politics
Nov. 5 2014 7:38 PMHow Republicans Can Get Things DoneWhat the GOP can learn from Democrats about how to govern.
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Nov. 5 2014 6:13 PMBent but Not BrokenPresident Obama is open to working with the new Republican Congress—within limits.
Politics
Nov. 5 2014 11:39 AMThe GOP’s Biggest LosersNot every Republican could be a winner. Here are some of the GOP’s rising stars who flamed out.
Politics
Nov. 5 2014 9:29 AMWisconsin Three-PeatWhy no one can beat Scott Walker.
Politics
Nov. 5 2014 3:52 AMO’BummerThe Republican Party ran against Obama, and the president lost big-time.
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Nov. 5 2014 2:42 AMGeorgia’s Last Red-State Election?Michelle Nunn lost her Senate bid. But no one in Georgia sees it as an ending.
Politics
Nov. 4 2014 6:43 PMThe Ugliest Elections, ChartedPercent of attack ads by state.
Behind the Scenes
Nov. 4 2014 2:27 PMMeet Seth MaxonNine Questions with Slate’s Home Page Editor  
The World
Nov. 4 2014 12:15 PMAmericans Don’t Know Anything About African Geography, and That’s a Problem
The World
Nov. 4 2014 12:07 PMWhen Is the U.S. Going to Admit That Bashar al-Assad Is Going to Stay in Power?
Politics
Nov. 4 2014 12:47 AMGeorgia’s Voting WarsThe candidates matter, but each side’s fight to get its voters to the ballot box matters more. 
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Nov. 3 2014 7:23 PMThe Governing ClassWhy the fate of Republican governors matters most for the GOP brand. 
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Nov. 3 2014 6:16 PM“The Future of America”Is Rep. Sean Duffy, a former reality TV star, Wisconsin’s next big star of conservative politics?
The World
Nov. 6 2014 3:01 PMHow Do America’s Abortion Laws Compare to the Rest of the World’s?
History
Nov. 6 2014 9:19 AMHistory, or Just Horror?Should archives make images of eradicated diseases and antiquated treatments available for the world to see?
Supreme Court Dispatches
Nov. 5 2014 6:54 PMScales of JusticeThe Supreme Court has more fun than ought to be legal arguing about shrimpy grouper.
The World
Nov. 5 2014 4:16 PMDisturbing New Terrorism Trend: Ramming a Vehicle into a Crowd of People
Politics
Nov. 5 2014 10:16 AMPolitical DividendsThe elections are over. Who are the super PACs, politicians, and funders who got the best bang for their buck?
Politics
Nov. 5 2014 9:06 AMWashington Gridlock Cannot Get Any WorseCooperation on some matters may make more sense than obstruction.
Politics
Nov. 5 2014 3:34 AMJoni Makes ’Em SquealThe country’s most conservative Senate candidate scores a huge victory for the GOP. What she’ll do in Washington is anyone’s guess.
Politics
Nov. 4 2014 11:25 PMA Victory for the LeftChin up, Democrats. Republicans may have won the Senate, but the country is headed your way.
The World
Nov. 4 2014 3:00 PMCoach K’s Incredibly Dumb Comparison of ISIS to Basketball
Politics
Nov. 4 2014 1:29 PMThe Other Way to Legalize MarijuanaD.C. is about to make pot legal. Good, but it should keep the cannabis industry out.
Politics
Nov. 4 2014 12:12 PMA Kinder, Gentler Scott WalkerAfter years of political combat, Wisconsin’s polarizing governor ends his campaign with a softer, almost apologetic tone.
Politics
Nov. 4 2014 12:03 PMThe Instant Spin RoomWhat conservatives and liberals are saying about the 2014 midterm results.
Politics
Nov. 3 2014 9:15 PMHow Green Was My ElectionTom Steyer spent $57 million to get voters to care about climate change. It didn’t work.
Supreme Court Dispatches
Nov. 3 2014 6:36 PMWho Decides Who Rules Jerusalem?Antonin Scalia maintains that Congress is free to antagonize whatever foreign entities it wants to.
The World
Nov. 3 2014 6:01 PMHow Would the U.S. Media Cover the Midterm Elections if They Happened in Another Country?

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