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The World
Jan. 7 2015 2:35 PMFrance Was on Edge Over Terrorism Even Before the Charlie Hebdo Attack
The World
Jan. 7 2015 11:11 AMCharlie Hebdo and Michel Houellebecq: The Proud Provocateurs at the Center of Today’s Paris Terror Attack
Politics
Jan. 7 2015 8:45 AMA White Man’s DemocratJim Webb wants to speak for the white working poor. Democrats should listen to what he has to say.
Politics
Jan. 6 2015 7:01 PMLeader of the PACJeb Bush moves a step closer to announcing his 2016 presidential bid—and keeping his promise of running a very different campaign.
The World
Jan. 6 2015 5:31 PMXenophobia Is Going Mainstream in Germany
Crime
Jan. 6 2015 11:24 AMSerial’s Next CaseFive crimes the hit podcast should explore in a future season.
Dispatches
Jan. 5 2015 9:54 PMLocal ManWhat it means to hold Dzhokhar Tsarnaev’s trial in Boston.
The World
Jan. 5 2015 6:13 PMTwo Americans Charged in Ill-Conceived Plot to Overthrow the Dictator of the Gambia
Foreigners
Jan. 5 2015 2:58 PMNorth Korea’s True CrimesThe United States has sanctioned Pyongyang for hacking Sony. What about its responsibility for killing millions of people?
The World
Jan. 5 2015 2:19 PMKing Abdullah Is Very Old. His Successors Are Also Very Old. What Will Happen When the Next Generation Takes Over Saudi Arabia?
The World
Jan. 2 2015 3:20 PMChinese Presidents Never Show Off Their Human Sides. Why Is Xi?
The World
Dec. 31 2014 1:58 PMPalestinians Continue to Pursue Statehood. Israel Continues to Rely on the U.S. to Stop Them.  
Photography
Dec. 31 2014 12:01 PM2014 Photos of the YearSome of the most striking images and memorable events of the year.
Politics
Dec. 30 2014 6:49 PMWhite NoiseDid House Majority Whip Steve Scalise admit to speaking at a white supremacist event he never attended?
Jurisprudence
Dec. 30 2014 11:49 AMFederalist Rolling PapersTwo states’ rights advocates are pursuing a silly lawsuit to the Supreme Court that could undermine states’ rights.
Photography
Jan. 7 2015 2:22 PMPhotos From France Following the Attack on Charlie HebdoParisians gather in solidarity at Place de la République to remember those who were killed. 
Books
Jan. 7 2015 10:41 AMThe Giant Inanity MachineMark Leibovich’s profiles lay bare a national political process that systematically dehumanizes all its participants.
Slate Fare
Jan. 7 2015 5:00 AMWork at Slate 
Jurisprudence
Jan. 6 2015 6:07 PMPneumatic FeverThe Supreme Court doesn’t want to rush into embracing new technology. But it shouldn’t crawl either.
War Stories
Jan. 6 2015 4:10 PMRouhani’s Big GambleIran’s president is squaring off against his country’s hard-liners. We better hope he succeeds.
The World
Jan. 6 2015 8:30 AMWill Obama Press Mexico’s President for Answers on the Disappearance of 43 Students?
Politics
Jan. 5 2015 8:30 PMTry, Try AgainOnce again, conservatives want to oust the House speaker. Why they are giving it another shot. 
Politics
Jan. 5 2015 5:56 PMThe GOP on the BrinkCan Republicans govern without a crisis?
View From Chicago
Jan. 5 2015 2:49 PMWhy Uber Will—and Should—Be RegulatedToday’s rebel is turning into tomorrow’s tyrant.
Politics
Jan. 2 2015 8:53 PMWhat Matters in SelmaCritics say Ava DuVernay’s film isn’t fair to LBJ. That’s because it’s about a movement, not leaders.
Roads & Kingdoms
Jan. 2 2015 2:11 PMAustralia’s Brothel BoomAs the country’s mining industry expands, so does its sex trade. 
Behind the Scenes
Dec. 31 2014 1:16 PMSlate Staffers Pick Their Out-of-Left-Field Favorite Slate Articles of 2014
Politics
Dec. 31 2014 10:42 AMWhy I Am Optimistic About the Future of Race Relations in AmericaEven amid the racial turmoil of 2014, we are making progress.
The World
Dec. 30 2014 4:03 PMPutin’s Strategy Backfires: The Re-Arrest of Opposition Leader Alexei Navalny Only Makes Him Stronger
Politics
Dec. 30 2014 11:01 AMLouisiana’s Long History of RacismWhy Rep. Steve Scalise spoke to a white nationalist hate group.

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