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July 7 2018 10:00 AMThe Argument That Could Reclaim the Supreme Court for DemocratsSen. Sheldon Whitehouse on the frustrating process of vetting a new Supreme Court justice.
The Gist
July 6 2018 8:27 PMJust Use My Data, PeopleAdvertisers should target us more effectively.
I Have to Ask
July 6 2018 10:00 AMI Have to Ask: The Porochista Khakpour EditionThe author of Sick on illness memoirs and the internet’s role in fostering community.
The Gist
July 5 2018 8:10 PMHow Quickly We ForgetPoland’s authoritarian streak shows how the benefits of democracy are soon forgotten.
Studio 360
July 5 2018 5:00 PMAmerican Icons: MonticelloThis is the home of America’s aspirations and its deepest contradictions.
The Waves
July 5 2018 11:11 AMThe “Big D Energy” EditionThe Waves on Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez, BDE, and trans kids.
If Then
July 5 2018 10:42 AMThe Supreme Court Doesn’t Understand the InternetWhat Anthony Kennedy’s retirement could mean for online speech, privacy, and antitrust.
Mom and Dad Are Fighting
July 4 2018 2:00 PMMom and Dad Are Fighting: The “Co-Parenting Conundrum” EditionDeadbeat dads, screen time modeling, and more on Slate’s parenting podcast.
Culture Gabfest
July 4 2018 7:30 AMThe Culture Gabfest “Unproblematic Trolley” Edition  Slate’s Culture Gabfest on Won’t You Be My Neighbor?, Nanette, and the World Cup.
The Gist
July 2 2018 8:38 PMShameless MitchWhen it comes to Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell, hypocrisy is a built-in feature.
Hang Up And Listen
July 2 2018 6:45 PMHang Up and Listen: The LeBron to the Golden State EditionSlate’s sports podcast on LeBron James’ move to the Lakers, the World Cup, and Luke Heimlich.
July 2 2018 3:28 PMThe Travel Ban Stands and the Legacy of the Roberts CourtHow will we look back on the Supreme Court’s decision on the travel ban?
July 1 2018 2:00 PMWhat’s It Like to Help Children Cope With Hospital Life?In this episode of Working, we talk with a child life specialist at NYU Langone’s Hassenfeld Children’s Hospital.
Slate Money
June 30 2018 2:01 AMThe Germany EditionSlate Money talks everything Germany.
Live at Politics and Prose
June 29 2018 4:24 PMBad BloodJohn Carreyrou covers the rise and fall of Theranos and its founder, Elizabeth Holmes, in his new book.
Slate Money
July 7 2018 2:00 AMThe Just Sign the Check EditionSlate Money on Janus v. AFSCME, installment loans, and AMLO’s election victory.
July 6 2018 11:36 AMLessons From South AfricaWhat the lead-up to apartheid can tell us about the beginnings of the Trump era.
Live at Politics and Prose
July 6 2018 6:01 AMCall Me AmericanAbdi Nor Iftin’s immigration memoir is a counternarrative to the rhetoric of Trump’s travel ban.
Political Gabfest
July 5 2018 7:13 PMThe “Abolish ICE” EditionListen to Slate’s show about potential SCOTUS nominees, the “Abolish ICE” slogan, and Scott Pruitt’s resignation.
The Good Fight Podcast
July 5 2018 3:19 PMThe Case for OptimismFive years ago, Facebook and Twitter were supposed to be democracy’s savior. Today, many blame social media for its ills.
July 5 2018 11:08 AMOvercoming Class CluelessnessWhat can Democrats do to speak to Trump-supporting Obama voters?
Better Life Lab Podcast
July 5 2018 6:00 AMEven Progressive Offices Fail at Work-Life BalanceWhy no-meeting Wednesdays and work-from-home Fridays may not be enough.
Dear Prudence
July 4 2018 8:00 AMDear Prudence: The “Unexpected Inheritance” EditionShould I conceal my mother’s abuse to get a $10 million inheritance? Help!
The Gist
July 3 2018 7:49 PMSong, Dance, and ConfirmationFor all her biases, Amy Coney Barrett could very well survive confirmation to the Supreme Court.
El Gabfest en Español
July 2 2018 8:00 PMDel Nuevo Presidente de México y Pensamientos MágicosMéxico elige un nuevo presidente de la república.
July 2 2018 3:33 PMThe Supreme Court Without Justice KennedyWill the retirement of Justice Kennedy finally motivate the left to vote on the courts?
July 2 2018 11:53 AMCivility as a CudgelHow “civility” has been used in the past to silence those seeking to change the status quo.
June 30 2018 10:00 AMWith Kennedy Gone, What’s on the Chopping Block?Our annual look at the end of the Supreme Court term.
The Gist
June 29 2018 9:39 PMIn 12,000 WordsJesse Singal wrote about children who detransition. But did he do his subjects justice?
Hit Parade
June 29 2018 12:20 PMHit Parade: The Deadbeat Club Edition, Part 1The story of how two very different bands came to define the boundaries of New Wave rock from the college town of Athens, Georgia.