Rebecca Onion
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Rebecca Onion is a Slate staff writer.

The Angle
May 26 2016 5:33 PMThe Angle: Doorstop Edition Slate’s daily newsletter on arguments among liberals, the collapsing Warriors, and tributes to a beloved character from Game of Thrones.
The Vault
May 25 2016 2:37 PMPretty Portraits of the Tiny, Lumpy, Sweet Strawberries of the Early 20th Century
The Angle
May 23 2016 6:07 PMThe Angle: Dr. Fake EditionSlate’s daily newsletter on Trump’s possible path to victory, racism and jury selection, and Russia’s dissertation plagiarists. 
The Angle
May 19 2016 4:53 PMThe Angle: Why Not Be Scared? EditionSlate's daily newsletter on the shorthanded Supreme Court, the nature of “public” data, and a new poll showing Trump gaining ground. 
The Vault
May 18 2016 2:49 PMA 1942 List of Hitler’s Lies
The Angle
May 12 2016 4:44 PMThe Angle: Set Free the Pregnant EditionSlate's daily newsletter on American and Japanese memories of World War II, the drift away from excessive caution around pregnancy, and the best of Toonces. 
The Vault
May 11 2016 12:34 PMAdorable Depression-Era Posters Promoting Kindness to Animals
The Angle
May 9 2016 5:20 PMThe Angle: True Grit EditionSlate’s daily newsletter on Republicans who won't stand up to Trump, the Great Barrier Reef, and the murky science behind “grit.”
The Angle
May 5 2016 4:08 PMThe Angle: Neither Nor EditionSlate’s daily newsletter on kid-planned vacations, food labeling, and the voting abstention option. 
The Angle
May 4 2016 5:47 PMThe Angle: It’s All Happening EditionSlate’s daily newsletter on done lists, dropped pronouns, and the end of Ted Cruz’s presidential campaign.
The Angle
May 2 2016 5:30 PMThe Angle: The Generational Hypothesis EditionSlate’s daily newsletter on Donald Trump as boomer, childbirth in fiction, and the new Slate Academy, The United States of Debt. 
The Angle
April 29 2016 6:27 PMThe Angle: That Future’s Too Real EditionSlate’s daily newsletter on racism in Baltimore, the weather and the climate, and Andrew Jackson’s Creek “son.”
The Angle
April 28 2016 5:47 PMThe Angle: Consultant to Tyrants EditionSlate’s daily newsletter on Prince’s guitar genius, this year’s bad political speeches, and the career of Paul Manafort. 
The Angle
April 27 2016 5:53 PMThe Angle: Disbelief Won’t Save You Now EditionSlate’s daily newsletter on Twitter’s troubles, naked saunas, and processing the realness that is Trump. 
The Angle
April 26 2016 4:47 PMThe Angle: Ditch Your Trump-Loving Friend EditionSlate’s daily newsletter on Prince’s fashion genius, Tidal’s troubles, and ending friendships over Trump. 
The Angle
May 25 2016 6:11 PMThe Angle: Draft Newt Edition Slate’s daily newsletter on education in Texas, content vs. journalism, and Newt Gingrich as a possible Trump running mate. 
The Angle
May 24 2016 5:30 PMThe Angle: We’re Not Kissing Edition Slate’s daily newsletter on perspective for Bernie voters, the Nigerian Scrabble strategy, and unwanted public kiss attacks.
The Angle
May 20 2016 4:53 PMThe Angle: Explain Yourself Edition Slate’s daily newsletter on California’s water problems, Bernie’s scorched-earth tactics, and questions for politicians endorsing Trump. 
The Angle
May 18 2016 5:48 PMThe Angle: Unbought Chaos EditionSlate’s daily newsletter on Kelly–Trump, Maria Bamford's new show, and the Koch Brothers’ pullback from the 2016 election. 
History
May 13 2016 5:45 AMSome Things Are Worth Forgetting In a provocative new book, David Rieff questions whether remembering the past can really spare us from repeating it.
The Angle
May 11 2016 5:32 PMThe Angle: Cellists Unchained EditionSlate’s daily newsletter on Facebook’s bias, Trumpsplaining, and rebellious cello players. 
The Angle
May 10 2016 5:18 PMThe Angle: Early to Bed Edition Slate’s daily newsletter on drone myths, Loretta Lynch’s defense of trans rights, and early bedtimes for kids. 
The Angle
May 6 2016 5:20 PMThe Angle: Call Your Mom Edition Slate’s daily newsletter on the virtues of the auntie, women with PTSD, and the not-white “working class.”
History
May 5 2016 5:55 AMAmerica’s Lost History of Border ViolenceTexas Rangers and civilian vigilantes killed thousands of Mexican-Americans in a campaign of terror. A century later, will the state finally acknowledge the bloodshed?
The Angle
May 3 2016 6:05 PMThe Angle: Does Not Mean What You Think It Means EditionSlate’s daily newsletter on Bernie’s electability, Trump’s unpredictability dodge, and a plague of false “allegories.”
The Vault
May 2 2016 2:20 PMFinding the Poetry in Walt Whitman’s Newly Rediscovered Health Advice
History
April 29 2016 4:43 PMAndrew Jackson’s Adopted Indian SonWas bringing home an Indian boy—after slaughtering his family—an act of compassion or of political expedience?
Doublex
April 28 2016 10:00 AMToward a New Theory of the Bad Dad and HusbandAnd a new history of the women whose names and work will never be known.
The Vault
April 27 2016 2:33 PMA WWI–Era Memo Asking French Officers to Practice Jim Crow With Black American Troops
The Angle
April 25 2016 5:31 PMThe Angle: Sounds of Lemonade EditionSlate’s daily newsletter on the smugness of liberals, Facebook’s next phase, and Beyoncé’s new album.

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