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Slate’s daily newsletter on Elizabeth Warren as vice president, the virtues of the emoji signoff, and a review of The BFG.

Politics
June 30 2016 5:42 PMCan Donald Trump Even Count on a Convention Polling Bounce?His rise defied political orthodoxy. His collapse just might, too.
Foreigners
June 29 2016 5:52 PMTurkey’s in a Terrible SpotGeography makes the country a valuable partner for the West. It also makes it vulnerable.
Crime
June 29 2016 3:45 PMThe Oakland Police Department Mess, ExplainedThree chiefs out in eight days. A sex scandal. A mysterious suicide. What in the name of the Bay Bridge is going on?
Interrogation
June 28 2016 7:32 PMWill Trumpism Outlive Trump?David Frum on where the Republican Party goes after this.
The Breakfast Table
June 28 2016 6:53 PMSupreme Court Breakfast TableEntry 25: Recognizing the limits of the Second Amendment.
The Breakfast Table
June 28 2016 5:35 PMSupreme Court Breakfast TableEntry 24: Three theories of a swing justice.
Politics
June 28 2016 2:32 PMBernie Blew ItElizabeth Warren is the surrogate he was supposed to be. His supporters have become Clinton’s. How Sanders overplayed his hand.
Politics
June 28 2016 2:03 PMIt Can’t Happen HereBrexit isn’t good news for Trump. Nativism is still a losing proposition.
The Breakfast Table
June 27 2016 7:46 PMSupreme Court Breakfast TableEntry 22: Feeble opposition.
The Breakfast Table
June 27 2016 6:56 PMSupreme Court Breakfast TableEntry 20: The future liberal court.
The Breakfast Table
June 27 2016 6:24 PMSupreme Court Breakfast TableEntry 19: Constitutional lessons.
Foreigners
June 27 2016 4:53 PMLabour’s Love’s LostHow accidental leader Jeremy Corbyn got left behind in the age of accidental politics.
Supreme Court Dispatches
June 27 2016 2:19 PMThe Ideal AlliesAbortion was saved with a dry, wonky, emotionless opinion from a man. Which is kind of perfect.
Roads & Kingdoms
June 27 2016 1:39 PMSoccer With VikingsAs Iceland continues its Cinderella story at the Euros, Mark Franek reflects on six summers of semipro football in the country of northern lights and hidden folk.
The Breakfast Table
June 27 2016 11:37 AMSupreme Court Breakfast TableEntry 16: The Texas law was a sham, pure and simple.
Politics
June 30 2016 12:45 PMElizabeth Warren Would Be More Than a VP PickShe’d be a pander we can believe in.
The Angle
June 29 2016 5:46 PMThe Angle: Better Angels EditionSlate’s daily newsletter on DNA testing for heritage, dark TV, and an oral history of Angels in America.
Foreigners
June 29 2016 2:26 PMISIS Is Pushing Turkey in the Wrong DirectionThe spate of terror attacks is a blow to hopes for reform.
The Breakfast Table
June 28 2016 7:13 PMSupreme Court Breakfast TableEntry 26: The eight-person court is a very different place.
The Angle
June 28 2016 5:51 PMThe Angle: Elizabethan Age EditionSlate’s daily newsletter on anger’s role in violence, Trump and Brexit, and the prospect of a Warren vice presidency.
Foreigners
June 28 2016 4:30 PMWhy Brexit Is Tearing British Politics ApartAn extremely detailed guide to the U.K.’s total breakdown.
The Breakfast Table
June 28 2016 2:30 PMSupreme Court Breakfast TableEntry 23: One last snarling, tetchy dissent.
Interrogation
June 28 2016 7:39 AMWill Paul Ryan Vote for Donald Trump?Yuval Levin on whether conservatives are to blame for Trump—and what they should do about him now that he’s here.
The Breakfast Table
June 27 2016 7:25 PMSupreme Court Breakfast TableEntry 21: Dietary supplement peddlers: They’re just like you and me.
Politics
June 27 2016 6:25 PMIs Elizabeth Warren Really the Best Choice for Vice President?Only if you think the symbolism of her nomination is bigger than the hole she’ll leave in the Senate.
The Angle
June 27 2016 5:44 PMThe Angle: Friends Like These EditionSlate's daily newsletter on the Game of Thrones finale, zoos of the future, and two Supreme Court decisions.
The Breakfast Table
June 27 2016 3:46 PMSupreme Court Breakfast TableEntry 18: Stanching the avalanche of bad law.
The Breakfast Table
June 27 2016 2:00 PMSupreme Court Breakfast TableEntry 17: A new justice.
Jurisprudence
June 27 2016 1:08 PMDiversity Is Not EquityThe Supreme Court’s Fisher decision is a victory for affirmative action. But has the war on resegregation already been lost?
Interrogation
June 27 2016 10:08 AMThe Rise of the Insurrectionists and the Fall of Elite InstitutionsMSNBC’s Chris Hayes discusses Brexit, Hillary Clinton’s faith in elites, and Bernie Sanders’ endgame.

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