Chad Lorenz
Chad Lorenz Chad Lorenz

Chad Lorenz is Slate's news editor. He has written for the Washington Post and the Washingtonian.

Aug. 31 2015 5:00 AMCan You Believe It?This news media literacy class would teach people how to sort the true from the false.
Slate Plus
April 17 2015 11:37 AMWhat Happened at Slate This Week?Chad Lorenz talks about running the home page, writing headlines, and his favorite picks from the magazine this week. 
Slate Archives
Aug. 29 2014 12:21 PMWhat Happened at Slate This Week?Slate’s news editor Chad Lorenz shares the stories that most intrigued him this week.
Slate Picks
June 11 2014 10:14 AMSome Capital EatsSlate-sters dish on their favorite restaurants in Washington, D.C.
Low Concept
June 7 2013 2:47 PMThose PRISM Slides Are HideousHere, NSA. We redesigned them for you.
Brow Beat
Sept. 21 2010 12:03 PMHow'd Bristol Palin Do on Dancing With the Stars?
Big Sort
Oct. 16 2008 1:45 PMAnswers of a Political Sort
Nov. 14 2007 12:32 PMThe Death of E-MailTeenagers are abandoning their Yahoo! and Hotmail accounts. Do the rest of us have to?
Other Magazines
May 18 2007 3:59 PMBrits for ClintonThe Economist on Hillary Clinton's bid for the White House.
Behind the Scenes
July 10 2015 9:25 AMThe Great J-School DebateFour Slate-sters (and journalism school grads) dish on the pros and cons of going to journalism school.
The Slatest
April 8 2015 5:32 PMNew Rule: If You See Something, Film Something
Behind the Scenes
June 16 2014 11:19 AM“We Get Really Nerdy About Why a Headline Works”Slate’s editors in a roundtable about heds, deks, annoying clickbait, and more.
Sept. 19 2013 7:30 AMEntertaining Rule No. 13: Keep Your Guests Connected
Brow Beat
Feb. 3 2012 4:15 PMThe Most Ordinary Account on Twitter, and Why You Should Follow It
The Happiness Project
Jan. 14 2009 8:12 PMChat Live With Gretchen Rubin About Happiness
Big Sort
Oct. 15 2008 2:44 PMQuestions of a Political Sort
July 10 2007 6:30 AMTop Gun The best weapon for water wars.
  Slate Plus
Nov. 25 2015 3:40 PM How Does the Head of HR Work? Read what L.V. Anderson asked Kevin Fanning about his experience in human resources departments—from startup companies to more hierarchical environments.