Jeremy Stahl

Jeremy Stahl is a Slate senior editor. You can follow him on Twitter.

 

The Spot
May 23 2014 5:21 PMCan You Really Get Off Work in Brazil by Claiming Your Religion Is “Football”?
The Spot
May 18 2014 11:16 PMNike’s “Winner Stays” Is the Epic, Beautiful Short Film the 2014 World Cup Deserves
Slate Plus
May 9 2014 10:59 AMWhat Slate’s Millennials Remember About Monica LewinskyRead what Slate’s millennials said when Jeremy Stahl asked them about Bill Clinton’s impeachment.
Brow Beat
March 4 2014 1:37 PMTrue Detective: The Boston Years
Weigel
Feb. 24 2014 6:26 PMPiers Morgan Loves Slate. No Wait, He Hates Us.
Outward
Feb. 6 2014 8:00 AMA Sad, Sweet, Hilarious Voicemail From an Overprotective Jewish Grandma to Her Gay Grandson
Politics
Jan. 28 2014 6:03 PMThe Instant Spin RoomThe dueling conservative and liberal Twitter responses to the State of the Union.
Brow Beat
Jan. 6 2014 5:18 PMLarry David and Jerry Seinfeld Are Working on a Top Secret Project
Weigel
Nov. 22 2013 8:02 AMHow JFK Conspiracy Theorists Are Commemorating the 50th Anniversary of His Assassination
Brow Beat
Sept. 27 2013 6:52 PMDid the First Episodes of Breaking Bad Scare You Off? Watch This One. You’ll Be Hooked.
Culturebox
Sept. 19 2013 5:39 AMNo Hugging, No Learning, No Spelling@Seinfeld2000 perfectly skewers our petty, narcissistic age.
Foreigners
Aug. 27 2013 5:22 PMCan an American Sex Toy Magnate Persuade Pakistanis to Use a Condom?Phil Harvey will certainly try, even if it means making people blush.
Weigel
Aug. 22 2013 3:52 PMErick Erickson Leads the Conservative Charge Against Chelsea Manning on Twitter
Transportation
Aug. 9 2013 10:15 AMThe Concorde’s CousinsWhy there hasn’t been a successor to the aviation world’s greatest engineering marvel and probably won’t be any time soon.
Brow Beat
July 19 2013 12:46 PMNorm Macdonald’s Boring, Genius Twitter Golf Commentary   
The Spot
May 20 2014 9:30 PMA Brazilian Street Artist Has Created the World Cup's First Viral Image
The World
May 14 2014 4:13 PMThe Qatar World Cup Is a Human Rights Catastrophe. It’s Time to Do Something About It.
Politics
May 9 2014 10:57 AMWhy Millennials Don’t Care About Monica LewinskyNeither should the rest of us.
Culturebox
March 2 2014 6:00 PMThe Snark MachineWhat Twitter’s smartest critics and funniest comics are saying about the Oscars.
Five-ring Circus
Feb. 7 2014 6:02 PMSochi Night LiveThe best Olympic opening ceremony tweets in real time.
Sports Nut
Feb. 2 2014 12:00 PMWorst/Best Call Ever!The biggest Broncos and Seahawks fans on Twitter, side by side.
Brow Beat
Jan. 17 2014 6:47 PMHere Are the Unretouched Photos of Obama’s Big NSA Speech
Holidays
Dec. 21 2013 11:15 AMNordic QuackSweden's bizarre tradition of watching Donald Duck cartoons on Christmas Eve.
Moneybox
Nov. 14 2013 11:42 PMBoingo Has an Image ProblemHere's how the Wi-Fi provider could fix it.
Brow Beat
Sept. 20 2013 11:37 AMA Q&A With Seinfeld2000
Weigel
Aug. 28 2013 4:38 PMA Case Study in Desperate Attempts To Change the Subject from Ken Cuccinelli
Weigel
Aug. 27 2013 4:08 PMJames O’Keefe “Assaulted” in Entertaining New Video
Map of the Week
Aug. 15 2013 2:45 PMThis Amazing Map Shows Every Person in AmericaSegregation, diversity, and clustering become very clear when every human becomes a dot.
Moneybox
July 31 2013 1:32 PMSuper Size the Minimum WageFast food workers are striking for better pay. Will the industry start listening?
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July 15 2013 12:17 PM“The Maw of This Cuisinart of Fraud”Meet Max Keiser, the thinking man’s Alex Jones.

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