Kentucky Law Bars Rand Paul From Running For Both Senate and President. Here’s How He Can Do It Anyway.
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Voters Want a President Who Believes in Climate ChangeThey just don’t care enough to make it happen.
The DOJ Is About to Release Its Ferguson Report. Here’s How Obama Will Use It as a Hammer.
Big BeefA nutrition panel’s common-sense advice could spark Washington’s next major climate fight.
The Most Fascinating, Complicated, Important Thing to Happen at U.S. Ports Since Season 2 of The Wire
Ex-Cop, Already Convicted of Killing Wife, Now Charged With Putting Hit Out on Prosecutor
The Next KeystoneNow that the GOP has taken the pipeline fight as far as it can, where to next? Nevada.
Cleveland’s Worst In the Tamir Rice shooting and other travesties, why do good police officers stand behind their reckless colleagues?
The Semi-Retirement Myth Don’t buy the tales of meaningful work into your 70s. Your retirement is inevitable—and bleaker than the last generation’s.
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CPS Finds "Free-Range" Parents Responsible for Unsubstantiated Child Neglect. Now What?
The Walking Dead Podcast Listen to an early release of Slate's recap of Episode 12, "Remember."
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