Mom and Dad Are Fighting
Getting Kids to Open Their Minds (and Mouths)Tried everything to get your kid to eat? Try this.
What Happened at Slate This Week?Marie Kondo isn’t a tedious fad, Tristram Shandy isn’t a short book, and everything’s more complicated than you think.
Year of Great Books
Introducing “A Year of Great Books”A new Slate Academy goes back to the classics.
“Is It Too Late to Back Out Now?”Katy Waldman discusses writing about anorexia and literature.
Dear Mallory“It was like being asked if I wanted to be Santa Claus, or happiness.” The new Prudence tells all.
Burning Money, Trashing Restaurants, and Maybe That Thing With the Pig: The Horrible Stuff Oxford Men Do
Donald Trump, Flat Earthers, and Men in Book ClubsThe Slate Plus Digest for the weekend of Jan. 29.
What to Read While You’re Snowed InThe Slate Plus Digest for the weather-addled weekend of Jan. 22.
Everything You Should Read This WeekSlate Plus Digest: These were our favorite stories for the week of Jan. 11.
Cards Against Humanity Is Threatening to Destroy a 1962 Picasso. That’s Not Going Far Enough.
The NYT’s “27 Ways to Be a Modern Man” Has an Extraordinarily Strange Idea of Modern Manhood
What Happened at Slate Since I Got Here?How I went from new guy who somehow got a key to the building to actual real deal Slate editor.
Ted Cruz Is Not Eligible to Be President, According to the Most Plausible Interpretation of the Constitution
LED Bulbs Were Once Pricey. Now They’re Cheap, Mass-Produced, and Plentiful. This Is How Efficient Technology Will Take Over.
You, Me, and … Him? Prudie advises a woman whose husband wants to have a threesome with his unattractive best friend.
My Wife Won’t Stop Flirting on Facebook Dear Prudence answers more of your questions—only for Slate Plus members.
Full Frontal with Samantha Bee In her debut, Bee at once embraced and impaled the gendered expectations around her show. It’s hard to imagine a better start.
Rick Rubin Is Making a Star Wars-Themed Album Featuring Lin-Manuel Miranda and More. Hear Songs Now.
Indian Facebook Users School Mark Zuckerberg on the Kind of Internet Their Country Needs
Why You Hated the Super Bowl It was hard to tell if it was a great defensive contest, or a terrible offensive one.