Tasty DeliteThe American Museum of Natural History's "Chocolate" show is full of empty calories.
Don Your Snark, Get Set, Go!Critics savage Eddie Murphy, Neil LaBute, and Heidi Julavits in SJ's first All-Snark Edition.
Identity CrisisCritics sneer—or yawn, or laugh out loud—at the would-be thriller. And none of them like The Real Cancun.
Jack Be TickedNicholson and Sandler make Anger Management less painful than anticipated.
Nemo's RulesThe next kids' movie that grown-ups should see, plus a farewell from our columnist.
The Queen of 'TweensCritics wince as Hilary Duff makes like Britney in a sugary film, plus one writer's recipe for revenge.
Easy TargetsA sniper tries to pick off Colin Farrell in Phone Booth; critics take aim at Vin Diesel in A Man Apart.
Arch EnemiesDaniel Libeskind's fans have had it with two-faced critic Herbert Muschamp.
Command, Control, Delete How Clinton’s team responds to questions about her private email account will tell us a lot about how the Clinton White House would operate.
The Tamir Rice Case Is Another Example of Good Police Standing Behind Reckless, Dangerous Colleagues
Slate Voice: “Shag the Dog” Listen to Will Saletan read his 2001 essay about the merits of zoophilia.
The Good Word
Rohds. Rowds. Row-ads? Rhowds??? Oh, wait, roads. The weird agonies and little-known science of wordnesia.
A New Approach to Designing Educational Technology Is the biggest learning disability an emotional one?