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“I Can Only Consider It a Form of Brain Damage”

Justin Peters watched Fox News for three straight weeks. Here’s what he learned.

Interrogation
Nov. 23 2017 5:55 AM“That Was a Damn Lie”The New Yorker’s Jelani Cobb on why we fell for Obama’s version of a united America.
Jurisprudence
Nov. 22 2017 3:07 PMJudges Over PrinciplesThe never-Trump legal movement has morphed into a push to pack the courts with Trump-selected judges.
Politics
Nov. 21 2017 4:45 PMRepublicans Can’t GovernThe GOP has an agenda, but no idea how to enact it.
Interrogation
Nov. 21 2017 12:29 PMThe Long ConHoaxes, fake news, and phonies are nothing new in America. But has it ever been this bad?
Politics
Nov. 20 2017 8:03 PMTrump Picks Another Battle With Black AthletesThe president is preoccupied with well-known black people and their perceived disrespect.
Dispatches
Nov. 20 2017 3:02 PMPuerto Rico’s New NormalTwo months after the storm, the island is still in a state of devastation, and Puerto Ricans feel forgotten.
The Good Fight
Nov. 20 2017 11:39 AMThe End of German StabilityThe collapse of coalition talks bodes badly for Angela Merkel, and for democratic governments everywhere.
Interrogation
Nov. 20 2017 5:55 AMFlip or Flop?How Democrats can take advantage of this moment to be victorious in 2018.
Politics
Nov. 17 2017 7:48 PMInvestors in the Panama Trump Tower Included a Notorious Criminal Who Laundered Drug MoneyThe close ties between Colombian cartels and the Trump Ocean Club.
Jurisprudence
Nov. 17 2017 6:23 PMAnother Obstruction AngleWas Trump intentionally trying to block the investigation into Flynn’s Turkey ties?
Jurisprudence
Nov. 17 2017 9:07 AMThe Kremlin Defense FundRussian money might have gone to Trump’s legal fees.
The Angle
Nov. 16 2017 6:12 PMThe Angle: Scandals and Coups EditionSlate’s daily newsletter on Al Franken, Bill Clinton, and what’s happening in Zimbabwe.
Jurisprudence
Nov. 16 2017 10:35 AMWhen Public Records Aren’t Made PublicThe troubling trend of judges keeping police body camera footage hidden.
Interrogation
Nov. 15 2017 7:42 PMWhat Is Going to Happen to Zimbabwe Now?The ouster of Robert Mugabe could lead to a better future, or more death.
The Angle
Nov. 15 2017 6:10 PMThe Angle: Another Bad Judge EditionSlate’s daily newsletter on the power of the black vote, climate litigation, and Brett Talley’s message board shenanigans.
The Angle
Nov. 22 2017 4:46 PMThe Angle: Future Pain EditionSlate’s daily newsletter on judicial nominees, puddings, and the tax bill’s time bomb.
The Angle
Nov. 21 2017 5:49 PMThe Angle: Me Three EditionSlate’s daily newsletter on Call Me by Your Name, car crashes, and a conversation with a trio of Weinstein accusers.
Jurisprudence
Nov. 21 2017 3:22 PMNice Merger You Got There. Shame if Something Happened to It.Is the Trump administration’s newfound zeal for antitrust just a thinly veiled attack on CNN—and the First Amendment?
Politics
Nov. 21 2017 12:15 PM“There Is No Such Thing as the Bible”The messy Scripture on display at the Museum of the Bible.
The Angle
Nov. 20 2017 6:09 PMThe Angle: National Nightmare EditionSlate’s daily newsletter on life in Puerto Rico, Coco, and the death of Charles Manson.
The World
Nov. 20 2017 1:43 PMThe Deep Roots of Yemen’s FamineThe Saudi-led war has plunged the country into misery, but it was already vulnerable to this kind of disaster.
Roads & Kingdoms
Nov. 20 2017 9:00 AMA People Without RefugeFleeing ethnic cleansing in Myanmar, the Rohingya find no warm welcome in India.
Open Thread
Nov. 20 2017 12:01 AMThe Occupation of AlcatrazJoin Slate’s open thread for the week of Nov 20.
The Angle
Nov. 17 2017 7:08 PMThe Angle: Gray Areas EditionSlate’s daily newsletter on elephant hunting, Doug Jones’ chances, and defining harassment.
Politics
Nov. 17 2017 11:08 AMHow Doug Jones Can WinTo pull off the upset, he’ll need to convert white voters.
The Slate Quiz
Nov. 17 2017 5:52 AMSlate News QuizTest your knowledge of this week’s big stories.
Politics
Nov. 16 2017 12:11 PMAl Franken Should Resign ImmediatelyDemocrats’ credibility on sexual harassment is at stake.
Interrogation
Nov. 16 2017 9:00 AMThe Backlash Is ComingRebecca Traister on the inevitable blowback to our sexual harassment moment.
Politics
Nov. 15 2017 7:42 PMDemocrats Find a Weapon in the Senate Tax BillThe Republican push for tax reform just got complicated.
The Angle
Nov. 14 2017 5:55 PMThe Angle: Where 14 Is OK EditionSlate’s daily newsletter on a scary shark, listening to trauma, and Roy Moore’s beliefs.

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