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The Gist
Feb. 8 2017 6:59 PMPlus Jamais Le Fake NewsSlate’s Will Oremus on how Facebook is tackling fake news ahead of the European elections.
Culture Gabfest
Feb. 8 2017 3:44 PMThe Culture Gabfest “Archie Got Hot” EditionSlate’s Culture Gabfest on Riverdale, Hell or High Water, and this year’s Super Bowl ads.
Whistlestop
Feb. 8 2017 10:33 AMWhen a Supreme Court Justice Leaves a Seat Earlier Than ExpectedHow the U.S. government filled the seat Chief Justice Earl Warren left behind.
The Gist
Feb. 7 2017 6:24 PMAn Obamacare Architect Speaks OutFormer HHS Secretary Kathleen Sebelius on the Affordable Care Act and the right-ward tumble of politics in Kansas.
Lexicon Valley
Feb. 7 2017 1:05 PMLike, Why Do We Use Like So Much?John McWhorter talks to sociolinguist Alexandra D’Arcy about the spike in our use of like.
The Gist
Feb. 6 2017 6:16 PMThe Business of Corporate ProtestAdi Ignatius, editor of the Harvard Business Review, on how different business leaders are responding to the Trump presidency.
Trumpcast
Feb. 6 2017 3:18 PMA Time for BromidesA conversation with Yascha Mounk about President Trump’s first two weeks in office.
The Gist
Feb. 3 2017 7:19 PMHe Left the Hold Steady for MongoliaJourneyman musician Franz Nicolay had done the big-band thing. He wanted to go solo. And he wanted to see Ulaanbaatar.
Amicus
Feb. 3 2017 10:46 AMAmicus: Will You Accept This Robe?Is Supreme Court nominee Neil Gorsuch really Scalia 2.0? And the constitutional and human costs of Trump’s Muslim ban.
The Gist
Feb. 2 2017 6:02 PMThe Case of the Frozen TruckerEmily Bazelon of the New York Times Magazine breaks down the decisions and philosophy of SCOTUS nominee Neil Gorsuch.
The Moment
Feb. 2 2017 4:21 PMJosh Ritter on Early Influences and Sermon on the RocksOne of the great living songwriters talks about finding his voice in the music.
Mom and Dad Are Fighting
Feb. 2 2017 10:22 AMMom and Dad Are Fighting: The “Child Care War Machine” EditionListen to Slate’s parenting podcast about the cost of child care, vanishing boy-girl friendships, and sports-parent fails.
Culture Gabfest
Feb. 1 2017 12:52 PMThe Culture Gabfest “We Love Spunk” EditionSlate’s Culture Gabfest on Elle, This Is Us, and Mary Tyler Moore.
The Gist
Jan. 31 2017 7:59 PMThe New Queens of SatireThe founders of Reductress imagine their latest project as a feminist’s how-to manual—written by the most ignorant feminists ever.
Trumpcast
Jan. 31 2017 5:08 PMThe Magnitsky Act and the Looming Russian DangerWhat are the dangers of President Trump repealing sanctions on Russia?
Trumpcast
Feb. 8 2017 3:50 PMTrumpcast Live From WashingtonHow should foreign leaders react to Donald Trump’s 140-character foreign policy?
Working
Feb. 8 2017 3:09 PMThe “How Does a Protest Organizer Work?” TranscriptRead what Eugene Puryear had to say about his experience organizing a rally in opposition to the Trump inauguration.
Dear Prudence
Feb. 8 2017 7:00 AMDear Prudence: The “Line in the Sand” EditionMy sister is accusing our family of homophobia, but her girlfriend is a bigot.
Working
Feb. 7 2017 2:36 PMThe “How Does a Librarian Work?” EditionLaurie Allen is a librarian involved with the effort to preserve climate and environmental data.
The Moment
Feb. 7 2017 10:18 AMEvan McMullin Is Standing Up for Our RepublicThe former independent presidential candidate is leading the charge to fight for our democracy.
Hang Up And Listen
Feb. 6 2017 5:46 PMHang Up and Listen: The Super Bowl of Super Bowls EditionSlate’s sports podcast on the Patriots’ Super Bowl win, Tom Brady’s image, and the Falcons’ collapse.
Slate Money
Feb. 6 2017 11:48 AMThe Cathy’s Dream EditionCathy O’Neil hand-picks all of Slate Money’s topics, including how psychometrics helped shape the recent U.S. election and the safety of statistics in the Trump era.
Live at Politics & Prose
Feb. 3 2017 11:24 AMLessons From Black MothersWhite House correspondent April Ryan compiles warnings and wisdom in her book At Mama’s Knee.
Represent
Feb. 3 2017 10:36 AMFilmmaker Raoul PeckThe Oscar-nominated director on his James Baldwin doc I Am Not Your Negro. Plus, we revisit Dances With Wolves with blogger Adrienne Keene.
Political Gabfest
Feb. 2 2017 5:12 PMThe “Give Me Your Tired, Your Poor, Your Huddled Masses … Ah, Screw It” EditionListen to Slate’s show about President Trump’s immigration order, his nominee to the Supreme Court, and the approaches of Washington’s bureaucrats to Trump.
Trumpcast
Feb. 2 2017 3:20 PMThe SCOTUS DilemmaWhat should the Democrats do about President Trump’s selection for the Supreme Court?
The Gist
Feb. 1 2017 6:21 PMInside the Biggest Pyramid Scheme EverJournalist Steve Fishman on interviewing Bernie Madoff.
Dear Prudence
Feb. 1 2017 9:59 AMDear Prudence: The “Chasing Amy” EditionI’m gay, but I slept with a woman … and I liked it!
Working
Jan. 31 2017 6:05 PMThe “How Does a CIA Analyst Work?” EditionJacob Brogan talks to Aki Peritz, who worked on counterterrorism issues after 9/11.
Live at Politics & Prose
Jan. 31 2017 4:56 PMThe State of Women’s RightsFatima Goss Gaves, Jennifer Klein, and Rebecca Traister discuss feminism with Politics & Prose co-owner Lissa Muscatine.

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