Here Come the BridesPrudie advises a woman whose future mother-in-law also wants to wear her wedding dress at the wedding.
The Marriage Has Two FacesMy wife flirts with my brothers and trashes my sisters-in-law.
Better Left UnsaidPrudie counsels a letter writer who kept a brother’s suicide note secret from their parents.
The Slate Archives Podcast: “My Husband’s Other Wife” June Thomas tells us about her favorite Slate piece.
My Mommy Lies Over the OceanPrudie advises a recent mother whose work travel would mean leaving her baby for three months.
Run-at-the-Mouth Dental HygienistThe woman who cleans my teeth won’t stop asking me personal questions.
Mine, All MinePrudie advises a letter writer who wants to cut a brother out of their mother’s will.
Predator in the FamilyMy husband had a long affair with his aunt—starting when he was 16.
The Time Prudie Got Faked OutShe gets 400 letters a week—and reads them all on her own.
Office Toilet Paper DramaMy co-workers blow through bathroom materials and even leave the water running.
Sad Birthday to YouPrudie counsels a letter writer whose girlfriend wants to disinvite a grieving party guest.
Should I Reconcile With My Terrible Father?Dear Prudence calls in on The Gist to counsel a letter writer.
Romantic Triangle at WorkThe woman my boyfriend left me for has applied for a job in my department.
From Bat to WorsePrudie counsels a college student whose bad year has included being bitten by a bat and charged with solicitation.
Youth in ReposePrudie advises a woman whose son found nude photos of her as a teenager.
The Best Police Blotter in America The procedural poetry of the Sheriff’s Calls column in the Point Reyes Light.
McDonald’s, Unable to Fix Its Dismal Monthly Sales Numbers, Will Now Just Stop Sharing Them
It's Not Just Josh Duggar—A String of Sex-Abuse Scandals Have Recently Rocked Christian Fundamentalism
Behind the Scenes
A Day in the Life A behind-the-scenes look into how Slate’s daily podcast, The Gist, is made.
The NYT’s Summer Reading List Is All Books From White Writers. That’s Not Its Only Problem.
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How Things Break Ali fought Liston 50 years ago. Two legends were born, but another was broken.