Amicus: Ready for Her Close-UpThe upcoming Ruth Bader Ginsburg biopic is the splashiest dramatization of a Supreme Court justice in recent memory, but it’s hardly the only one.
It’s Letterman’s World. We Just Critique It.What will it mean for Dave to sign off for good after a 33-year run?
Eating Chinese Food Out of the CartonMike Pesca loves The Americans, so when the drama fell victim to the ultimate cliché, he had to challenge the creators.
Another Blow to Bipartisan SpiritA new Senate bill unites Republicans behind an Obama agenda item. Um, what?
The Slate Podcasts Soundboard!All your favorite Slate podcast personalities, saying all your favorite catchphrases.
On Twitter, TV Follows YouHow social media has become a new credible research medium and programming tool for television.
Sweetly Ruining Your MetabolismWhile sipping iced coffees outside, Mike reaches for a NutraSweet packet. Will Maria Konnikova approve?
The Checkup: Power to the PatientSlate and WBUR’s health podcast offers up three ways to take charge of your health care and medical data.
The Shaking Things Up EditionSlate Money asks: How bad are U.S. airports, what just happened in the U.K. election, and what exactly are Elizabeth Warren and David Vitter trying to do to the Fed?
The “Je Suis Pam Geller” EditionListen to Slate’s show about Pamela Geller’s Muslim-baiting “Draw Muhammad” event, the unlikely diversity of the GOP presidential field, and the Jade Helm 15 conspiracy.
The Audio Book Club
The Audio Book Club Flies With H Is for HawkSlate critics debate Helen MacDonald’s shape-shifting grief memoir.
He’s Not God, but He Plays Him on TwitterThe man upstairs takes time out from his busy online life to dish about his Broadway show, Jon Stewart, and his day job as a comedy writer.
The Podcast Fight Takes Its Troll Guest host Zoe Chace of This American Life on the battle for podcasting’s origin story.
The “How Does a Host of Working Work?” EditionFor this season’s finale, the hosts of our podcast about what people do all day discuss their own day jobs.
The “I Don’t Mean to Yell at You, but I Feel Good Doing It” EditionListen to Slate’s show about Seymour Hersh’s conspiratorial counter-narrative of the killing of Osama Bin Laden, the status of the Trans-Pacific Partnership trade agreement, and Jeb Bush’s retrospective view of the Iraq war.
DoubleX Gabfest: Selfish in Thailand EditionListen to Slate’s show about the exploitation of nail salon workers.
Ford, Reagan, and the Halloween MassacreSlate's podcast about campaign history revisits the Republican primary election of 1976.
The Culture Gabfest “Steve Has a Hangover in Toronto” EditionSlate’s Culture Gabfest on Ex Machina, David Letterman, and Lip Sync Battle.
Noah Emmerich on His Journey to The Truman Show and The AmericansThe co-star of FX’s The Americans talks about his career, his craft, and his initial hesitation about pursuing a “badge-and-gun” role on television.
Hang Up And Listen
Hang Up and Listen: The Hours of Something Approaching Pleasure EditionSlate’s sports podcast on the Deflategate report, Bill Simmons’ departure from ESPN, and the rise of daily fantasy sports.
The “How Does a Child-Abuse Detective Work?” EditionDetective Erica Hurley of the Portland Police Bureau investigates the physical and sexual abuse of children.
Restaurants These Days!Guest host David Plotz debates the state of American fine dining with Grantland staffer, Pulitzer Prize–winner, and aggrieved diner Wesley Morris.
Behind the Scenes
The Culture Gabfest Like You’ve Never Heard It BeforeListen to this week's Culture Gabfest "Behold! Ignorance and Want” Edition—complete, unfiltered, and uncut.
Mom and Dad Are Fighting
Mom and Dad Are Fighting: The Xenomorph Mom EditionListen to Slate’s parenting podcast on the best moms in pop culture and talking to your kids about death.
The Slate Archives Podcast: “My Husband’s Other Wife” June Thomas tells us about her favorite Slate piece.