When Trump Is Too Profane for Slate’s Comments
How do you keep internet commenting appropriate when the president isn’t?
Why You Might Not Want to Invest in Bitcoin Just YetSlate writer Aaron Mak on the turbulent cryptocurrency market and the next steps for net neutrality.
Dear Prudence: The “Eternally Engaged” EditionMy fiancé has been putting off our wedding for five years. Help!
The “How Does a Bespoke Tailor Work?” TranscriptRead what Daniel Friedman had to say about running Bindle & Keep, a custom suiting company for all bodies.
Dear Prudence: The “Personal ATM” EditionI’ve given my friend thousands of dollars, and she keeps asking for more. Help!
A Radical Right to HappinessThe 19th-century fight over theatergoing that revolutionized human rights.
Dear Prudence: The “Schrödinger’s Stolen Cat” EditionI took in an uncollared, unchipped cat as my own, but then I saw a “missing cat” poster that looked like my pet. Help!
Dear Prudence: The “Dirty Secret” EditionI cheated on my partner, but I want to break up for other reasons. Do I need to come clean? Help!
Help! I’m Tired of Being His Secret Girlfriend.Dear Prudence answers more of your questions—only for Slate Plus members.
Dear Prudence: The “Reverse Kids Get Off My Lawn” EditionMy neighbor loves my cats, but she’s encroaching on my personal space. Help!
The “How Does a Drag Queen Work?” TranscriptRead what Miz Cracker had to say about assembling the perfect look and putting on killer shows.
TV in 2017: “The Show of the Moment Is the News”Television critic Willa Paskin on how politics colored all our screens this year.
Dear Prudence: The “Selfish Sister” EditionMy older sibling wasn’t a part of my life, but now she’s sick and wants to me tend to her every need. Help!
Help! I’m Graduating College. He’s Graduating High School. Should I Ask Him Out?Dear Prudence answers more of your questions—only for Slate Plus members.
The Oppressor’s BookshelfAs formerly enslaved Americans battled to become literate, the only books available to them were written by white supremacists and condescending abolitionists.
Help! I Lost a Tooth, and It’s Ruining My Dating Life.Dear Prudence answers more of your questions—only for Slate Plus members.
The Roots of Jim CrowHow the Supreme Court failed to protect Black Americans’ hard-won rights of citizenship during Reconstruction.
Dear Prudence: The “Oh Roger” EditionHow do I tell my kids that their dad is getting remarried just three weeks after our divorce? Help!