News and Politics
News and Politics
Politics
June 8 2016 6:03 PMWhy Can’t Republicans Distance Themselves From Donald Trump?They’re afraid.
Jurisprudence
June 8 2016 4:15 PMJustice for NoneThe Stanford rape case demonstrates liberal hypocrisy on issues of basic fairness in the criminal justice system.
Foreigners
June 8 2016 10:52 AMWill the Author of Guantánamo Diary Finally Be Set Free?A dispatch from the Pentagon hearing that could decide his fate, after 14 years in the prison.
Politics
June 7 2016 7:00 PMWhat Twitter Pundits Have to Say About Tonight’s PrimariesCheck out the instant spin room.
Politics
June 7 2016 1:52 PM14 Republican Excuses for Donald Trump’s RacismIt’s not racism. It’s a matter of tone. It’s just Trump being Trump. And more!
Politics
June 6 2016 6:56 PMThe GOP’s Purity ProblemWhat the Renee Ellmers race in North Carolina says about the Republican Party.
Politics
June 6 2016 5:21 PMCrazy PartyLibertarians are blowing a huge opportunity by acting like libertarians.
Jurisprudence
June 6 2016 3:47 PMTrump’s Attack on Judge Curiel Is Not Only RacistIt threatens an independent judiciary, which aligns perfectly with what the GOP has done for years. 
Interrogation
June 6 2016 11:16 AMFree Speech in PerilA conversation with Timothy Garton Ash.
Moneybox
June 6 2016 5:30 AM“I Agreed That He Should Sign It”What Hillary Clinton’s contested role in welfare reform tells us about her ideals and her politics.
Politics
June 3 2016 5:46 PMHow Should America Resist a Fascist?Violence won’t help—not while there are still legitimate means of stopping Donald Trump.
Foreigners
June 3 2016 4:17 PM“Developing”? Nay! Shun!The World Bank has banned the term from its flagship data publication. Good.
Politics
June 3 2016 12:55 PMWhy Can’t Never Trumpers Just Admit They Prefer Hillary?David French is a dodge.
Slate Fare
June 3 2016 7:05 AMIntroducing The AngleOur flagship newsletter brings Slate’s sharpest takes to your inbox every day. 
Moneybox
June 3 2016 5:50 AMThe Welfare QuizHow well do you understand one of the most sweeping legislative changes of the past 20 years?
The Angle
June 8 2016 6:03 PMThe Angle: Big Milestones EditionSlate’s daily newsletter on the Hawaiian language revival, the O.J. documentary, and Hillary Clinton’s historic night. 
Politics
June 8 2016 2:47 PMNever HillaryAmong the dead-enders in Bernieworld, Sanders is still the next president and Clinton is a fate worse than Trump.
Politics
June 7 2016 10:37 PMThe Process WorkedThe Democratic primaries weren’t rigged. Despite their flaws, they produced a nominee with wide support across the party.
The Angle
June 7 2016 5:58 PMThe Angle: Closing Time for Bernie EditionSlate’s daily newsletter on the Brock Turner sexual assault case, Republican excuses for Trump’s racism, and Bernie Sanders’ prospects.
Politics
June 7 2016 5:57 AMBernie Ends TonightSanders has had every right to stay in the race. That’s all about to change.
The Angle
June 6 2016 5:59 PMThe Angle: Majority-Minority Edition Slate's daily newsletter on Trump's attacks on the judiciary, the life of Muhammad Ali, and a new era in public schooling. 
Jurisprudence
June 6 2016 4:39 PMThe Supreme Court Needs to Settle Birthright CitizenshipAn injustice in American Samoa shows how SCOTUS can end this controversy.
Roads & Kingdoms
June 6 2016 2:55 PMMeet the Malcolm X of MauritaniaBiram Dah Abeid has been fighting slavery since childhood. With his release from prison, will he become the president of Mauritania? 
Jurisprudence
June 6 2016 10:12 AMWhen Muhammad Ali Took on AmericaWhat the boxer–turned–conscientious objector won in his Supreme Court fight over the Vietnam War, and what he lost.
The Angle
June 3 2016 5:51 PMThe Angle: Her Own Attack Dog Edition Slate’s daily newsletter on Paul Simon’s new album, Hillary’s fired-up speech, and violence at Trump rallies.
Politics
June 3 2016 4:19 PMMexicans, Muslims, Cubans, Blacks: Donald Trump Is a Serial Exploiter of PrejudiceCross him and your ethnicity is grounds for suspicion.
Interrogation
June 3 2016 1:00 PMWill Violent Resistance Only Help Donald Trump?“I think he properly regards these collisions as food for his wilder beasts.”
Politics
June 3 2016 11:35 AMNever Trump vs. Trump ForeverA pair of young, ambitious senators, Ben Sasse and Tom Cotton, offer two competing visions for the future of the Republican Party.
Moneybox
June 3 2016 5:51 AMThe DisconnectedTwo decades after “welfare to work,” some women are navigating life without either welfare or work.
The Slate Quiz
June 3 2016 5:10 AMSlate News QuizTest your knowledge of this week’s big stories.

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