Double GenocideLithuania wants to erase its ugly history of Nazi collaboration—by accusing Jewish partisans who fought the Germans of war crimes.
Slumdogs, MillionairesThanks to Mumbai’s land reform act, the very rich and very poor have become next-door neighbors.
The Wire vs. TremeDavid Simon hosts a battle of the bands between Baltimore and New Orleans.
Hey, Wait A Minute
Wedge IssueTrump has said running America would be a lot like running one of his golf courses. Is that true?
New York Should Hate the Voting Rights ActWhy the city is taking a principled stand to defend it.
Foreign InfluenceCan a death row inmate in Virginia save his life by claiming he’s Ukrainian?
Europe’s Other Crackdown Azerbaijan is decimating its human rights activists, and why not? It’s faced almost no consequences for its repression.
The Grandparent Trap The shameful problem of elder financial abuse is only going to get worse.
Inside Higher Ed
How Unemployment Rates Shift Choices of Majors When the economy is weak, college students flee liberal arts.
What We Like Right Now Our favorite picks for the week of July 27, curated by Slate writers and editors.
Inside Out Director Pete Docter Explains Why Pixar Remade Certain Scenes for Foreign Viewers
Why Cecil Was Such an Important Lion In videos, photos, and scientific research papers, he was a star.
It Took 22 Years for the Women’s 1,500-Meters Record to Fall. What's the Fastest Humans Can Possibly Run?