News and Politics
News and Politics
Interrogation
Sept. 29 2017 11:57 AMBad JobWhy corporate America is so much more awful than it used to be.
Jurisprudence
Sept. 29 2017 12:00 AMFighting an Oncoming TrainWhat it’s like for death row defense attorneys who fail to save their clients.
Jurisprudence
Sept. 28 2017 2:24 PMThe Fight for $7.25The Supreme Court is poised to deal a devastating blow to minimum wage workers.
Interrogation
Sept. 27 2017 8:25 PMDo Campaigns Matter?A new study argues that much of the work campaigns do doesn’t change voters’ minds at all.
Jurisprudence
Sept. 27 2017 5:04 PMSlow and Steady, Bobby Three SticksWhy Robert Mueller’s methodical pace should comfort Americans desperate for Trump’s departure.
Jurisprudence
Sept. 27 2017 2:25 PMLike President, Like JusticeNeil Gorsuch just showed his commitment to racial equality is about as strong as Trump’s.
Jurisprudence
Sept. 26 2017 7:43 PMDepartment of WackadoodleThe DOJ’s new anti-gay legal posture just got shut down in federal court.
Politics
Sept. 26 2017 6:32 PMObamacare Repeal Will Never DieSee you in 2019.
Jurisprudence
Sept. 26 2017 5:22 PMThe Ugliest Line in Trump’s NFL AttackIt wasn’t what you think.
Slate Fare
Sept. 26 2017 2:27 PMA Note to Our CommentersHow commenting is changing.
Politics
Sept. 26 2017 12:52 PMThank You for Your Service, Whoever You AreOpponents of the NFL protests have reduced “the troops” to a monolithic prop. The truth is a lot more complicated.
Politics
Sept. 26 2017 5:55 AMThe Most Cynical Republican on ObamacareMike Pence successfully expanded Medicaid in Indiana. He would have rather torpedoed the law—and hurt his former constituents—than admit that it works.
Politics
Sept. 25 2017 8:55 PMNo Path to 50Graham-Cassidy 2.0 is as doomed as its predecessors.
The Angle
Sept. 25 2017 6:25 PMThe Angle: Dark Lineage EditionSlate’s daily newsletter on the NFL protests, Megyn Kelly, and the Sons of Confederate Veterans.
Roads & Kingdoms
Sept. 25 2017 12:51 PMHot Dates in the Saudi DesertThe world’s second-largest date festival shifts into high gear.
The Slate Quiz
Sept. 29 2017 5:54 AMSlate News QuizTest your knowledge of this week’s big stories.
The Angle
Sept. 28 2017 6:02 PMThe Angle: Labor Troubles EditionSlate’s daily newsletter on Hugh Hefner, water in Puerto Rico, and labor-related cases before the Supreme Court.
Jurisprudence
Sept. 28 2017 12:05 PMSolidarity’s EndNeil Gorsuch is giving conservatives the chance to virtually destroy American unions.
The Angle
Sept. 27 2017 6:09 PMThe Angle: No Wheels EditionSlate’s daily newsletter on Roy Moore’s win, Gorsuch’s dissent, and license suspensions.
War Stories
Sept. 27 2017 3:09 PMDéjà Vu in North KoreaWhen North Korea shot down an American plane in 1969, the U.S. had no good options. Today, it would be even worse.
Politics
Sept. 27 2017 11:46 AMRoy Moore Is Just the BeginningA parade of defiant, extreme conservatives is on the way to the U.S. Senate.
Politics
Sept. 26 2017 6:44 PMWeak DefenseThe White House is twisting a general’s words to back up Trump’s NFL attack.
The Angle
Sept. 26 2017 5:49 PMThe Angle: Vice Hypocrite EditionSlate’s daily newsletter on Pence’s forgotten Obamacare success, BuzzFeed’s morning show, and Dan Rather on journalism.
Jurisprudence
Sept. 26 2017 3:01 PMTravel Ban 3.0 Could WorkTrump finally achieved a patina of legalism in his new travel ban to cover the bigotry.
Jurisprudence
Sept. 26 2017 2:26 PMThe Heritage Foundation’s Terrible TimingIt picked the wrong week to argue that biased policing is really just a matter of bad PR.
Politics
Sept. 26 2017 11:34 AMWhat’s Behind Dan Rather’s Wild Popularity?In an era of insanity, his thoughts on journalism, covering civil rights, and morality are grounding—and inspiring.
Politics
Sept. 25 2017 9:11 PM“Us” Versus “Them”Trump’s obsession with the NFL protests above all else shows just whose president he is.
Interrogation
Sept. 25 2017 6:26 PMPolitics in Sports Is As American As RacismViewing the NFL protest through the long lens of history.
Politics
Sept. 25 2017 4:44 PMTrump Is Ignoring Puerto Rico’s SufferingThe administration’s feeble response to Hurricane Maria rivals Bush’s after Katrina.
Interrogation
Sept. 25 2017 12:30 PMFacebook Was Built for ThisThe gargantuan social network enabled Russian interference in the election, and it will do it again.

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