Slate Voice: “The Trials of Ed Graf”
Listen to Slate’s Jeremy Stahl read his story on how Ed Graf’s new trial pitted modern forensics against old-fashioned Texas justice.
Texas Executed an Almost Certainly Innocent ManThe Texas Forensic Science Commission chairman tried to convince Texas that Cameron Todd Willingham was a monster. Did politics trump truth?
Getting It RightWe ain’t perfect. Corrections czar Miriam Krule on Slate’s policies on factual errors and typos.
"I Feel Particularly Bad About That Last One"When using friends and family to make an argument feels right, and when it feels wrong.
How to Turn a Hotel Room Into an OfficeI spend a lot of my life in hotels. My tips for working on the road.
Why ClickHole Is the Best Thing on the InternetFor the unconvinced, here’s a collection of the best ClickHole stories.
“And Then You March In, According to Your Existential Importance in Life”A day in the life of Slate’s Supreme Court reporter.
Nine Tweets and One SelfieSlate’s editor David Plotz and DoubleX founder Hanna Rosin gave a commencement speech together. Here’s what they said.
Exonerate Cameron Todd WillinghamThe family of a man executed on faulty arson evidence pushes for reform.
Come to Our 10K Celebration!We’re throwing a members-only bash in New York City and Washington, D.C., and you’re invited.
The Great J-School DebateFour Slate-sters (and journalism school grads) dish on the pros and cons of going to journalism school.
“When You Do Something, It Will Follow You”Is the ability to erase your online past a good thing? Slate editors weigh in.
Geeking OutI write about some of the uglier aspects of humanity. Sometimes escapism is exactly what I need.
Mom and Dad Are Fighting: “Voodoo Doll” and “Come on Eileen” Extra EditionSuperchunk’s Mac McCaughan plays a few songs from his life as a dad.
“A Modest Affair in Which I Will Entertain 100 or So People”Two future Slate grooms debate the importance of wedding planning.