“I Don’t Believe in Magic Potions, But My Friend Used Some To Turn Into a Fly”Making sense of traditional healing culture in South Africa.
Questions for Jonathan Gruber The MIT professor explains his approach to health care and what he is up to next.
Thomas the Imperialist Tank Engine, Christian Terrorism, and DebtpocalypseThe week's most interesting Slate stories.
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The Brain Fag Syndrome, Cuddly Men and Harry Potter VirginsThe week's most interesting Slate stories.
Jonathan Gruber, Professor of Economics, MIT The economics professor who is shaping health care reform at the national and state level.
Gay Bars, Sharkonomics, and Living on GrouponThe week's most interesting Slate stories.
Netanyahu’s Deadly Gambit The Israeli prime minister is insincere. The only outcomes that would please him are Iranian regime change or outright war.
The Tamir Rice Case Is Another Example of Good Police Standing Behind Reckless, Dangerous Colleagues
The “Most Pleasurable Portrayal of Libertarianism“ Bonus Segment David, Emily, and John discuss what Parks and Recreation got right about government.