Ann Louise Bardach

Ann Louise Bardach has written the "Interrogations" column for Slate and is the author of Without Fidel: A Death Foretold in Miami, Havana, and Washington,to be published in April, and CubaConfidential: Love and Vengeance in Miami and Havana.

Oct. 15 2008 3:40 PMThe GOP's Bill Ayers?The McCain campaign has its own questionable connections to bombers and assassins.
July 11 2005 11:59 AMSlanderThe assassination of Alberto Coll.
Dec. 16 2004 4:04 PMListen to the AdmiralAmerica's most experienced intelligence official on Porter Goss, Donald Rumsfeld, and William Casey's deathbed confessions.
Aug. 24 2004 3:45 PMHoodwinkedWhy is Florida's voting system so corrupt?
April 14 2004 7:44 PMOliver Stone's TwistIs the director's latest film soft on Castro?
Jan. 24 2007 3:12 PME. Howard Hunt's Final ConfessionThe monstrous spymaster gloats over his crimes.
Feb. 25 2005 1:13 PMInterrogating Ahmet ErtegunThe Atlantic Records founder on Ray Charles, Islamic fundamentalism, and his own hipness.
Oct. 6 2004 8:04 AMScavenger HuntE. Howard Hunt talks about Guatemala, the Bay of Pigs, and what really happened to Che.
April 26 2004 6:32 PMKerry's Cuban ProblemHow the Democratic nominee is blowing Florida.


War Stories

The Right Target

Why Obama’s airstrikes against ISIS may be more effective than people expect.

The NFL Has No Business Punishing Players for Off-Field Conduct. Leave That to the Teams.

Meet the Allies the U.S. Won’t Admit It Needs in Its Fight Against ISIS

I Stand With Emma Watson on Women’s Rights

Even though I know I’m going to get flak for it.

Should You Recline Your Seat? Two Economists Weigh In.

Medical Examiner

How to Stop Ebola

Survivors might be immune. Let’s recruit them to care for the infected.


America in Africa

The tragic, misunderstood history of Liberia—and why the United States has a special obligation to help it fight the Ebola epidemic.

New GOP Claim: Hillary Clinton’s Wealth and Celebrity Are Tricks to Disguise Her Socialism

Why the Byzantine Hiring Process at Universities Drives Academics Batty

Sept. 23 2014 3:29 PM The Fascinating Origins of Savannah, Georgia’s Distinctive Typeface
  News & Politics
Sept. 23 2014 11:45 PM America in Africa The tragic, misunderstood history of Liberia—and why the United States has a special obligation to help it fight the Ebola epidemic.
Sept. 23 2014 2:08 PM Home Depot’s Former Lead Security Engineer Had a Legacy of Sabotage
Sept. 23 2014 11:45 PM Why Your Cousin With a Ph.D. Is a Basket Case  Understanding the Byzantine hiring process that drives academics up the wall.
  Double X
The XX Factor
Sept. 23 2014 2:32 PM Politico Asks: Why Is Gabby Giffords So “Ruthless” on Gun Control?
  Slate Plus
Political Gabfest
Sept. 23 2014 3:04 PM Chicago Gabfest How to get your tickets before anyone else.
Brow Beat
Sept. 23 2014 8:38 PM “No One in This World” Is One of Kutiman’s Best, Most Impressive Songs
Future Tense
Sept. 23 2014 5:36 PM This Climate Change Poem Moved World Leaders to Tears Today
  Health & Science
Medical Examiner
Sept. 23 2014 11:37 PM How to Stop Ebola Could survivors safely care for the infected?
Sports Nut
Sept. 23 2014 7:27 PM You’re Fired, Roger Goodell If the commissioner gets the ax, the NFL would still need a better justice system. What would that look like?