Jodie T. Allen

Jodie T. Allen is the senior editor at the Pew Research Center.

Aug. 20 2010 2:28 PMLetters to the Summer TenantsThe lament of a self-martyred landlord.
The Slate60
Feb. 28 2005 5:29 AMThe Ninth Annual Slate 60America's most generous philanthropists, and where they gave.
High Concept
Jan. 3 2002 2:55 PMPick Your PersonaDo it now, before you get old and somebody picks it for you.
Press Box
Dec. 31 1999 2:42 AM
This Just In
Dec. 10 1999 1:27 AM
The Best Policy
July 27 1999 3:30 AM Do Nothing, Congress!In times like these, that government really is best that governs least.
The Slate60
Jan. 28 1999 3:30 AMThe 1998 Slate 60Introduction 
Nov. 13 1998 9:30 PMThe Microsoft Trial
Aug. 2 1998 3:30 AMMillennium VerbotenAn exchange of Cabinet-level e-mail in response to the latest White House directive.
A Fine Whine
June 26 1998 3:30 AMLiving in a Second-Best WorldWe disgruntled telephone and airline users are victims of a theory that doesn't apply.
The Breakfast Table
June 23 1999 1:06 AMDissecting the Day's News
The Best Policy
March 8 1998 3:30 AMGroping Toward a New LiberalismWhat's good for Monica Lewinsky is good for America.
Feb. 14 1998 3:30 AMThe Republican EndgameSure, they back Bill on Iraq--but only if he does the impossible.
Not The Best Policy
Nov. 20 1997 3:30 AMThis Is (Not Quite) Your LifeWhy do public figures pad their autobiographies?
A Fine Whine
Sept. 13 1997 3:30 AMLetters to the Summer TenantsThe lament of a self-martyred landlord.
July 6 2007 3:53 PMLetters to the Summer TenantsRenting to the wrong people.
The Bottom Line
March 1 2002 11:11 AMEnron and the Swindle CycleLike clockwork, rip-offs follow the booms.
Oct. 25 2001 12:39 AMA Sept. 11 ProspectusThe folks at RearGuard tell you how to turn trauma into money.  
Dec. 13 1999 9:56 AMPresent at the Creation
Sept. 9 1999 4:30 AM Remembering HerbHerbert Stein, 1916-1999.
The Best Policy
April 17 1999 3:30 AM War by NumbersThe president may grow faint at the sight of blood, but the polls show that the people don't.
Other Magazines
Jan. 10 1999 3:30 AM
The Best Policy
Nov. 13 1998 3:30 AMThe Message TrapVoters' little secret: We like a do-nothing Congress.
July 4 1998 3:30 AMPointillismA Talmudic exegesis of the "Talking Points."
July 1 1999 12:28 AMPolitical Scuttlebutt
March 27 1998 3:30 AMCan Newt Gingrich Save Social Security?His approach looks positively moderate compared with the radical one being offered by Sen. Moynihan.
The Slate60
Feb. 22 1998 3:30 AMThe largest American charitable contributions of 1997 and early 1998.Introduction
Hey, Wait A Minute
Jan. 31 1998 3:30 AMBill Clinton: My StorySlate's Washington editor attempts to clear the air.
The Slate60
Nov. 16 1997 3:30 AMIntroduction by Jodie T. Allen
The Best Policy
Aug. 31 1997 3:30 AMA Brief History of TaxesAre tax cuts good (and tax hikes bad) for the economy? You sure can't prove it from the data.




The End of Pregnancy

And the inevitable rise of the artificial womb.

Doctor Tests Positive for Ebola in New York City

How a Company You’ve Never Heard of Took Control of the Entire Porn Industry

The Hot New Strategy for Desperate Democrats

Blame China for everything.

The Questions That Michael Brown’s Autopsies Can’t Answer


Kiev Used to Be an Easygoing Place

Now it’s descending into madness.


Don’t Just Sit There

How to be more productive during your commute.

There Has Never Been a Comic Book Character Like John Constantine

Which Came First, the Word Chicken or the Word Egg?

  News & Politics
The Slate Quiz
Oct. 24 2014 12:10 AM Play the Slate News Quiz With Jeopardy! superchampion Ken Jennings.
Oct. 23 2014 5:53 PM Amazon Investors Suddenly Bearish on Losing Money
Oct. 23 2014 5:08 PM Why Is an Obscure 1968 Documentary in the Opening Credits of Transparent?
  Double X
The XX Factor
Oct. 23 2014 11:33 AM Watch Little Princesses Curse for the Feminist Cause
  Slate Plus
Oct. 23 2014 11:28 AM Slate’s Working Podcast: Episode 2 Transcript Read what David Plotz asked Dr. Meri Kolbrener about her workday.
Brow Beat
Oct. 23 2014 6:55 PM A Goodfellas Actor Sued The Simpsons for Stealing His Likeness. Does He Have a Case?
Oct. 23 2014 11:47 PM Don’t Just Sit There How to be more productive during your commute.
  Health & Science
Oct. 23 2014 5:42 PM Seriously, Evolution: WTF? Why I love the most awkward, absurd, hacked-together species.
Sports Nut
Oct. 20 2014 5:09 PM Keepaway, on Three. Ready—Break! On his record-breaking touchdown pass, Peyton Manning couldn’t even leave the celebration to chance.