Room for One More?Carpooling can be awkward and irritating. Uber and its competitors want New York to try it anyway.
Uber Won New York Over the last five years, the company has sparred with the city, its competitors, and its own drivers. Here’s why it bested them all.
After Offending All of San Francisco, Airbnb Still Trounced the Hotel Industry on Election Day
Why the Winner of This Year’s Nobel in Economics Thinks We Should Worry About the Super-Rich
The Tree-Shaped Air Fresheners You’ve Seen in Every Cab Ever Are the Subject of a Hilarious Legal Battle
Andrew Cuomo Is Giving Lifeguards, Janitors, and Other New York State Workers a $15 Minimum Wage
McDonald’s Just Had Its First Great Quarter in Two Years. The Turnaround Might Actually Be Working.
Uber’s Siege on San AntonioThe company threw a tantrum in Alamo City—and got everything it wanted.
Ted Cruz Is Not Eligible to Be President, According to the Most Plausible Interpretation of the Constitution
I Was a Super Bowl Concession Worker What it’s like making less than $13 an hour to serve $13 beers at one of the biggest games on Earth.
LED Bulbs Were Once Pricey. Now They’re Cheap, Mass-Produced, and Plentiful. This Is How Efficient Technology Will Take Over.
Inside Higher Ed
For Black Men A race-specific learning community at the University of Connecticut draws praise and criticism.
Cracking Down on Anti-Vaxxers May Be Easier Than We Thought Compulsory vaccination laws may soon become the rule, not the exception.
My Wife Won’t Stop Flirting on Facebook Dear Prudence answers more of your questions—only for Slate Plus members.
The Trailer for Pedro Almodóvar’s Julieta Makes It Look Like a Return to His Classic Women-Centered Dramas
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