How Russia May Have Turned Paul ManafortThe indictment against him suggests his work for Ukraine could have led him into a trap.
Fox News Has Spent All Day Begging Donald Trump Not to Tweet About the Mueller Indictments
A Timeline of Paul Manafort’s Relationship with Donald TrumpThey’ve known each other since the 1980s.
Roads & Kingdoms
Living Among the DeadResidents of the Manila North cemetery make their living caring for the deceased.
The Good Fight
Don’t Wait for Trump to Fire MuellerThe time to start fighting back is now, not after the president crosses another red line.
Ten Thoughts on Kevin “Hercules” Sorbo’s Appearance as the “One Lucky Guy” on Fox News’ Outnumbered
The Angle: Photo Op EditionSlate’s daily newsletter on Trump and the opioid epidemic, Post Malone’s chart-topper, and a former president’s groping habit.
The Thin Skin of John KellyThe chief of staff’s military background has helped him impose order on a chaotic White House. But his aversion to criticism from civilians makes him ill-suited for democratic politics.
The Angle: No Room EditionSlate’s daily newsletter on Fats Domino, black soldiers, and a housing crisis for the poorest.
Preview of Coming IndictmentsThe charges against George Papadopoulos suggest bigger names are on the way.
Fox & Friends Managed to Make the Manafort Indictment About Hillary Clinton in Record Time
Robert Mueller Has the Authority to Name Donald Trump an Unindicted Co-ConspiratorHe may be immune from prosecution, but there's a strong public interest in knowing about the president's actions.
Scott Lloyd Must Be StoppedA Trump administration official may have broken the law in blocking undocumented minors’ access to abortion. Will he face any consequences?
Fox News’ Best Show Features Jesse Watters and a Bunch of People I Like More Than Jesse Watters
The Angle: Our Generals EditionSlate’s daily newsletter on Stranger Things, Patricia Millett, and the trouble with John Kelly.
The Democrats’ Next Supreme Court NomineeMeet Patricia Millett, the hero of the Jane Doe abortion case and a worthy successor to Ruth Bader Ginsburg.
Ed Gillespie Advertises His Opposition to Voting RightsThe Virginia Republican states the premise on voter suppression.
The Ghost of Franco Both sides in the standoff over Catalonia are invoking Spain’s authoritarian past. That could be dangerous.
The Angle: Justice for Jane EditionSlate’s daily newsletter on Anthony Bourdain’s regrets, Weinstein on Fox News, and a decision in the Jane Doe case.