Cats Are EvilWhy New Zealand is right to consider banning them in order to save its wildlife.
Is The Impossible Reprehensible?Laura Helmuth and Dan Kois argue about the new movie based on the 2004 tsunami.
How Did Science, Medicine, and the Environment Do in the Elections?Your House of Representatives now has twice as many physicists.
Why Is Romney Campaigning on Medical Quackery?He's going after the ultimate niche voter: Virginia’s Lyme disease conspiracy theorists.
So Robert F. Kennedy Jr. Called Us to Complain …He says scientists lie, journalists are scared of the CDC, and the government is poisoning children.
What’s the Worst Thing a Teacher Ever Said to You?We thanked the good teachers yesterday. Now let’s remember the ones we hated.
Danica Patrick, Shut Up and DriveRacing’s fastest female is throwing the women’s movement into reverse.
The XX Factor
New Blow To Evolutionary Psychology is Good News for Women Who Want Men Who Cook and Clean
Roads & Kingdoms
Everybody in Uganda Is Kung Fu Fighting A rising generation of young martial artists are hoping to drop kick their way onto the big screen.
Listen to Our January Music Roundup Beat the chill with our winter playlist, exclusively for Slate Plus members.
Soft Football, Hard Science A rumble over physics and statistics has turned this year’s pregame hype into a classic test of mental toughness.
He Never Touches the Balls Tom Brady may be the handsome face of the Pats, but the team’s heart and soul belong to defensive tackle Vince Wilfork.