Drive-By BountyPrudie advises a woman whose boyfriend demands she flash truckers on the highway.
Etiquette for Loaning Your PhoneSomeone borrowed my phone to chat instead of make a call. Is that weird?
Killing With KindnessPrudie counsels a woman whose in-laws want to throw a big, exhausting get-well-from-cancer party.
All Shook UpMy 11-year-old has been exploring herself with my “back massager.” Should I stop her?
Can of WormsPrudie offers advice to a letter writer who wants to blackmail a famous ex with tapes of his fetish.
Babysitting ConundrumHow do I find out if my neighbors are really willing to watch my kid?
Bedtime StoriesPrudie advises a letter writer whose 13-year-old daughter reads pornographic fan fiction.
Dad Who’s Deep in the WeedMy wife wants me to stop smoking pot now that we’ve had a baby.
Either the Dog Goes …Prudie offers advice on whether a pet with bad behavioral issues should be put down.
Dial M for MatricideA friend just confessed she may have killed her mother. Do I tell someone?
The Lonely TeetotalerPrudie counsels a letter writer who doesn’t drink alcohol—and is constantly harassed by others for it.
Naked and AfraidPrudie offers advice on whether a young boy should sleep in the same room with his nude grandfather.
Home WorkPrudie advises a man who wants to be a stay-at-home dad, but his wife refuses.
Imprudently YoursLeave a question for Emily Yoffe’s September 11 conversation club. Just don’t come looking for advice.
Back That Seat UpPrudie advises a letter writer who doesn’t let passengers recline their seats on planes.
Private BiPrudie advises a woman married to a man on whether she should tell people she’s bisexual.
What Goes AroundIn a live chat, Prudie offers advice on whether a homewrecker who died of cancer deserved it.
TODAY IN SLATE
The Democrats’ War at Home
How can the president’s party defend itself from the president’s foreign policy blunders?
The Democrats’ War at Home How can the president’s party defend itself from the president’s foreign policy blunders?
Congress’ Public Shaming of the Secret Service Was Political Grandstanding at Its Best
Congress’ Public Shaming of the Secret Service Was Political Grandstanding at Its Best Darrell Issa’s public shaming of the head of the Secret Service was congressional grandstanding at its best.
Michigan’s Tradition of Football “Toughness” Needs to Go—Starting With Coach Hoke
A Plentiful, Renewable Resource That America Keeps Overlooking
Windows 8 Was So Bad That Microsoft Will Skip Straight to Windows 10
Cringing. Ducking. Mumbling.
How GOP candidates react whenever someone brings up reproductive rights or gay marriage.
Building a Better Workplace
You Deserve a Pre-cation
The smartest job perk you’ve never heard of.
Hasbro Is Cracking Down on Scrabble Players Who Turn Its Official Word List Into Popular Apps
Florida State’s New President Is Underqualified and Mistrusted. He Just Might Save the University.
This Court Erred The Supreme Court has almost always sided with the wealthy, the privileged, and the powerful, a new book argues.
Going Private To undertake a massively ambitious energy project, you don’t need the government anymore.
Behind the Scenes
Meet Jordan Weissmann Five questions with Slate’s senior business and economics correspondent.
NFL Players Die Young. Or Maybe They Live Long Lives. Why it’s so hard to pin down the effects of football on players’ lives.