The Year Banks Finally PaidFederal prosecutors are finally going after Wall Street’s bad actors in a serious way. Is that enough?
You Don’t Have the Right to Remain SilentThe Supreme Court’s terrible—and dangerous—ruling this week on the Fifth Amendment.
See No EvilJustice Clarence Thomas rehabilitates an eyewitness who may not have seen anything.
Virginia’s Vanishing Death PenaltyA study of every capital case in the past decade shows that a new system is working.
Too Much InformationSupreme Court 2013: Why collecting DNA from people who are arrested won’t help solve more crimes.
Marco Rubio Wants to Assure New Hampshire Voters That He Can Lead The Florida senator is trying to make up for the damage he did at Saturday’s debate.
Ted Cruz Is Not Eligible to Be President, According to the Most Plausible Interpretation of the Constitution
LED Bulbs Were Once Pricey. Now They’re Cheap, Mass-Produced, and Plentiful. This Is How Efficient Technology Will Take Over.
Ted Cruz Loves Small Government So Much He Wants Congress to Force More School Vouchers on D.C.
The XX Factor
This Video of a Mom Getting Her Kids Dressed for Bed Has 45 Million Views and Counting
My Wife Won’t Stop Flirting on Facebook Dear Prudence answers more of your questions—only for Slate Plus members.
Key and Peele Brought Back Their Classic “Hingle McCringleberry” Sketch, With Help From Stephen Colbert
Zero-Rating, Explained Activists are fighting Facebook and T-Mobile over zero-rating. But what is that?
Why You Hated the Super Bowl It was hard to tell if it was a great defensive contest, or a terrible offensive one.