Jeffrey Goldberg

Jeffrey Goldberg is a national correspondent for the Atlantic and the author of Prisoners: A Story of Friendship and Terror.

Political Gabfest
July 11 2014 10:27 AMThe “May I Introduce You to President Harding and His Friend Jerry” EditionListen to Slate's show about the cycle of violence in Gaza, a possible new generation of conservatives, and Warren Harding’s steamy letters.
Tv Club
March 10 2008 6:22 PMWeek 10: Can You Imagine Lester Listening In to the Spitzer Call?
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March 10 2008 7:19 AMIt's Time for the Cheese Course!
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March 4 2008 10:34 AMWeek 9: Mixed Feelings About Kima
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Feb. 25 2008 3:50 PMWeek 8: If The Wire Doesn't Give Bunk a Victory, I'm Canceling HBO
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Feb. 19 2008 4:17 PMWeek 7: David Simon's Traumatic Shopping Experience at Ikea
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Feb. 18 2008 11:21 AMWeek 7: No Room for Robin Hood in Marlo's Baltimore
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Feb. 11 2008 11:21 AMWeek 6: Death of the Co-Op, Death of The Wire
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Feb. 5 2008 11:07 AMWeek 5: Hopes for the Second Half
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Feb. 4 2008 11:22 AMWeek 5: I Called Marlo
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Jan. 28 2008 12:06 PMWeek 4: Is My Intuition Growing Stronger, or Is The Wire Just Getting More Obvious?
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Jan. 22 2008 4:52 PMWeek 3: Who Doesn't Like a Blind Bartender?
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Jan. 21 2008 10:35 AMWeek 3: Does the Baltimore Sun Not Have a Web Site?
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Jan. 14 2008 11:01 AMWeek 2: Give Me More Clay Davis!
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Jan. 7 2008 4:47 PMWeek 1: I Get Why David Simon Is Angry
Politics
March 19 2008 2:48 PMHow Did I Get Iraq Wrong?I didn't realize how incompetent the Bush administration could be.
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March 10 2008 1:27 PMWeek 10: The Major Flaw of the Final Episode
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March 4 2008 1:17 PMWeek 9: Bunk, Kima, and Loyalty
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March 3 2008 10:28 AMWeek 9: Reassessing Marlo's Putative Punk-Assedness
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Feb. 25 2008 10:42 AMWeek 8: Is The Wire Back or What? 
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Feb. 18 2008 12:41 PMWeek 7: What's More Outrageous, Hamsterdam or Bitey?
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Feb. 11 2008 4:14 PMWeek 6: Predicting Who Lives and Who Dies
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Feb. 11 2008 7:27 AMWeek 6: What the Hell Is Going On?
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Feb. 4 2008 5:11 PMWeek 5: What, If Anything, Will Be Templeton's Undoing?
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Jan. 28 2008 4:59 PMWeek 4: Copy Desks: Indispensable in Real Life, Not Thrilling on TV
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Jan. 28 2008 10:29 AMWeek 4: Cheese Must Die!
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Jan. 22 2008 11:38 AMWeek 3: I Will Not Be Criticizing the Baltimore Sun Plot Today 
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Jan. 14 2008 1:30 PMWeek 2: Templeton Needs a Big Story and McNulty's Selling One
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Jan. 14 2008 7:42 AMWeek 2: All Thrust, No Vector
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Jan. 7 2008 2:14 PMWeek 1: Baltimore Is No Longer a Viable Enterprise

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  Life
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  Double X
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  Slate Plus
Behind the Scenes
Sept. 30 2014 10:59 AM “For People, Food Is Heaven” Boer Deng on the story behind her piece “How to Order Chinese Food.”
  Arts
Brow Beat
Sept. 30 2014 10:48 AM One of Last Year’s Best Animated Shorts Is Finally Online for Free
  Technology
Future Tense
Sept. 30 2014 7:36 AM Almost Humane What sci-fi can teach us about our treatment of prisoners of war.
  Health & Science
Bad Astronomy
Sept. 30 2014 7:30 AM What Lurks Beneath the Methane Lakes of Titan?
  Sports
Sports Nut
Sept. 28 2014 8:30 PM 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.