Bret Stephens’ Mob MentalityThe New York Times’ conservative columnist wants due process, except when he doesn’t.
Pakistan Has Lost Its Moral LeaderAsma Jahangir wasn’t a politician, but she was the country’s most formidable force for good.
A Potentially Dangerous Door Opens in Syria as Israel Launches Massive Strike After Its Jet Is Shot Down
“It’s a Really Weird One”The inside scoop on the New York Times’ Russian spy story from the guy who reported it.
Some Theories About Michael Flynn’s Plea DealThere’s a chance Robert Mueller is holding back for the moment.
Trump Says He Hopes Rob Porter Has a “Great Career” as Staffers Say They’re Being Asked to Lie About His Firing
The Good Fight
Germany’s Trumpian MomentEveryone can see the country’s political institutions breaking down, but nobody is doing anything to stop it.
How to Kill Partisan GerrymanderingThe Pennsylvania Supreme Court just gave state courts a blueprint to strike down political redistricting.
Trump Appears to Defend Accused Domestic Abusers: “Is There No Such Thing Any Longer as Due Process?”
Democrats Play the Long Game on ImmigrationA budget deal with no Dreamer fix makes clear the party doesn’t think it can win on immigration right now.
The Angle: Trundle-Tail EditionSlate’s daily newsletter on the Cavs’ big moves, John Perry Barlow, and Shakespeare’s influences.
No Time to TalkTrump’s foreign policy is all military, no diplomacy. We’re starting to see the consequences.
Chief DefenderJohn Kelly’s handling of Rob Porter shows how similar the chief of staff is to Trump.
Olympics Angle: Looking Forward EditionSlate’s first daily newsletter on the Pyeongchang Olympics.