Why the Brett Kavanaugh Hearings Are Nothing More Than a Sham
Slate’s Lili Loofbourow on why we can’t forgive the men of #MeToo yet.
Why the Legal Marijuana Industry Might Be More Responsible Than Silicon ValleySlate’s Jordan Weissmann on covering the emerging marijuana industry.
Is Representation in Hollywood Finally Improving?Slate’s Inkoo Kang on her favorite films and TV shows of the year so far.
How Kavanaugh Will Slowly Kill Roe v. WadeSlate’s Mark Joseph Stern on Trump’s Supreme Court justice nominee and the legacy of Anthony Kennedy.
What Kanye Might Learn From HistorySlate’s Rebecca Onion on the musician’s slavery comments and the politics of anti-immigration views.
Decoding Culture’s Biggest Questions, One Mystery at a TimeSlate’s Willa Paskin on her new Slate podcast, Decoder Ring, and her latest TV reviews.
Trump’s Personal Vendettas Could Hurt His Economic AgendaSlate’s Jordan Weissmann on the global trade war, the U.S. postal service, and the president as a businessman.
What It’s Like Watching All of the OlympicsSlate’s Justin Peters on the must-watch events and athletes this year.
John McCain’s Complicated LegacySlate’s Jim Newell on the late senator and this year’s midterm elections.
Why We Should All Be More Cautious on Social MediaSlate’s Heather Schwedel on following internet trends and the problem with Elon Musk.
Progressive Christianity Is Having a MomentSlate’s Ruth Graham on covering religion in the era of Trump and #MeToo.
In Republican Primaries, Trump’s Still the Winning TicketSlate’s Josh Voorhees on covering the primary elections and looking ahead to 2020.
Why the Democrats Should Turn Left by 2020Slate’s Osita Nwanevu on Paul Ryan’s legacy, covering conservative media, and the challenge for liberals.
Falling Out of Love With the Octopus, and Why Science Needs CriticismSlate’s Daniel Engber on animal favoritism, the replication crisis, and the problems with communicating science.