News and Politics
News and Politics
Politics
March 31 2016 4:18 PMYou Can’t Build a Wall High EnoughIn the near future, technology will allow foreigners to work in the United States without ever setting foot on our soil.
Interrogation
March 30 2016 5:12 PMBarney Frank Is Not Impressed by Bernie Sanders“Bernie Sanders has been in Congress for 25 years with little to show for it.”
Politics
March 30 2016 4:19 PMTrump Is Collapsing in Wisconsin And that’s really bad for his delegate math.
Politics
March 30 2016 2:48 PMHow the GOP Loyalty Pledge Boosted Donald TrumpIt was meant to stop him. All it did was tie the party’s fortunes to him.
Politics
March 30 2016 12:06 AMCNN’s Anderson Cooper Was Cranky, and Donald Trump Was a DisasterThe Republican front-runner had his worst performance of the campaign. 
The Angle
March 29 2016 4:36 PMThe Angle: No Imposters Here Edition Slate’s daily newsletter on one reason people mistrust Hillary Clinton, China’s uneasy relationship with e-sports, and Susan Sarandon’s recent folly.
War Stories
March 29 2016 10:34 AMNobody Won the Apple-FBI StandoffThe feds finally cracked the San Bernardino shooter’s iPhone. Now Apple looks vulnerable—and the legal fight the FBI wants will have to wait.
The Angle
March 28 2016 4:21 PMThe Angle: Bring Back That Book EditionSlate’s daily newsletter on the erosion of Roe v. Wade, the advent of widespread GMO labeling, and libraries’ approaches to delinquent patrons. 
Interrogation
March 28 2016 1:24 PMIs There a Future for Europe?Ian Buruma is pessimistic. 
Politics
March 25 2016 5:23 PMWhy Did Ted Cruz Spend Seven Months Sucking Up to Donald Trump?He was a wimp and an opportunist, and he enabled the rise of his tormentor.
The Angle
March 25 2016 4:36 PMThe Angle: Other People’s Fun EditionSlate’s daily newsletter on Garry Shandling, Trump supporters on climate change, and what it’s like to be a hotel housekeeper during spring break in Miami.  
Politics
March 25 2016 2:05 PMWhat Do Trump Supporters Think About Climate Change? I Went to a Rally and Asked.Surprise! It wasn’t all paranoia and xenophobia.
Politics
March 24 2016 5:46 PMOperation Primary KillIf John Kasich gets his way, it would effectively destroy the Republican primary process.
Politics
March 24 2016 4:09 PMTrump’s Attack on Heidi Cruz Is the Scummy Low of a Scummy CampaignAnother political norm gets schlonged.
Politics
March 24 2016 12:18 PMThe Vicious Cycle of Muslim ImmigrationHow sympathy turns into disinterest, and disinterest transforms into hostility.
History
March 31 2016 6:00 AMThe Art of the New DealHow an inexperienced New Yorker famous for his name emerged from the contested 1932 convention to win the presidency.
The Angle
March 30 2016 4:35 PMThe Angle: Just Sit Down EditionSlate’s daily newsletter on Anderson Cooper’s good night, a modest proposal for Merrick Garland, and the best hummus.
Politics
March 30 2016 3:34 PMPoor Whites TrashedWhy conservatives are talking about struggling white people the way they usually talk about black people.
Jurisprudence
March 30 2016 5:18 AMAlabama’s Death Penalty Needs to GoIn light of the Supreme Court’s ruling against judicial override in Florida, one state remains where judges alone can decide life or death.
Jurisprudence
March 29 2016 6:22 PMThe Reverse BartlebyA modest proposal for how Merrick Garland can outfox Republican obstructionists.
Politics
March 29 2016 4:00 PMWhy Trump Won’t Fire LewandowskiAnd why decisions like that will be his undoing.
Supreme Court Dispatches
March 28 2016 6:17 PMSamuel Alito’s Sixth Amendment DenialismThe Supreme Court justice only accepts the reality of American legal history when it aligns with his judicial ideology.
Politics
March 28 2016 3:24 PMWeakened at Bernie’sBernie Sanders had a good Saturday, but he doesn’t have momentum. 
Interrogation
March 27 2016 9:30 PMCan Pakistan Do Anything to Protect Its Minorities?A Lahore expert on the deeply embedded discrimination and extremism in Pakistan. 
Foreigners
March 25 2016 4:36 PMHow Terror Threatens the EUAfter the Brussels attack, Britain’s Brexit seems likelier than ever.
Roads & Kingdoms
March 25 2016 2:11 PMA Fragile Peace in ColombiaAn impending peace agreement between the government and FARC guerillas draws new and old opposition. 
The Slate Quiz
March 25 2016 6:00 AMSlate News QuizWith Jeopardy! superchampion Ken Jennings.
The Angle
March 24 2016 5:42 PMThe Angle: Trump vs. Women EditionSlate’s daily newsletter on myths about the Supreme Court nomination process, a dismal new comic-book movie, and Trump’s longtime misogyny. 
Politics
March 24 2016 12:43 PMThe Myth of the Trump DemocratWhite working-class Democrats won’t be fleeing the party to vote for Donald Trump.
Jurisprudence
March 24 2016 8:30 AMThe Top Five Supreme Court Nomination MythsIf you think the court hasn’t always been a political place, you’re wrong.

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