Rebecca Onion
Rebecca Onion Rebecca Onion

Rebecca Onion is a Slate staff writer and the author of Innocent Experiments.

Life
Oct. 3 2018 11:08 AMPoor Little Rich JudgeThe GoFundMe campaigns for the Kavanaugh family are a disturbing reminder of the nomination’s forgotten controversy.
The Angle
Oct. 1 2018 5:47 PMThe Angle: No Fury EditionSlate’s daily newsletter on the Devil’s Triangle, the history of sexual assault, and Kavanaugh’s anger.
The Angle
Sept. 28 2018 5:25 PMThe Angle: Lie Lie Lie EditionSlate’s daily newsletter on Ford’s credibility, Democrats’ failures, and Kavanaugh’s untruths.
The Angle
Sept. 27 2018 6:00 PMThe Angle: Quite the Day EditionSlate’s daily newsletter on the Kavanaugh show.
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Sept. 25 2018 5:33 PMThe Angle: I Know That Place EditionSlate’s daily newsletter on D.C. prep schools, Kavanaugh and male bonding, and mourning at Disney.
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Sept. 21 2018 5:50 PMThe Angle: Rock, Hard Place EditionSlate’s daily newsletter on Beto’s chances, this year’s viral costume, and the GOP’s Kavanaugh bind.
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Sept. 19 2018 5:57 PMThe Angle: Cowering Men EditionSlate’s daily newsletter on two murders in Iowa, the court’s docket, and male fear.
The Angle
Sept. 18 2018 6:14 PMThe Angle: Loutish Pals EditionSlate’s daily newsletter on excess rain, the virtues of Toad, and what Mark Judge saw.
Relationships
Sept. 17 2018 7:24 PMWhat Would It Be Like if a Super Hot Rock Star Fell in Love With You?“Celebrity falls for a normie” romance novels are an irresistible window into our twisted cultural relationship to power and fame.
The Angle
Sept. 14 2018 5:21 PMThe Angle: People Power EditionSlate’s daily newsletter on Jeff Bezos, voting in New York, and democracy’s future.
The Angle
Sept. 12 2018 5:57 PMThe Angle: Small Donations EditionSlate’s daily newsletter on Trump’s economy, celebrity dating, and Collins’ “bribe.”
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Sept. 10 2018 5:26 PMThe Angle: No Help There EditionSlate’s daily newsletter on Trump’s staffers, the Kaepernick Nike ad, and Kavanaugh’s evasions.
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Sept. 7 2018 4:35 PMThe Angle: Unmasking EditionSlate’s daily newsletter on the anonymous author, Kavanaugh’s perjury, and QAnon’s bots.
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Sept. 6 2018 5:50 PMThe Angle: Not a Game EditionSlate’s daily newsletter on Booker’s revolt, the Athletic, and right-wing trolls visiting Congress.
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Sept. 5 2018 5:25 PMThe Angle: Bad Decency EditionSlate’s daily newsletter on civility at the Kavanaugh hearings, Susan Collins’ watershed moment, and good beavers.
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Oct. 2 2018 6:04 PMThe Angle: Drinking Problem EditionSlate’s daily newsletter on Stormy’s memoir, a child star’s experience, and why Kavanaugh’s relationship to alcohol matters.
Family
Oct. 1 2018 9:00 AMShould We Force Shy Kids to Do Class Presentations?Here’s what experts say.
Life
Sept. 28 2018 3:12 PMChristine Blasey Ford Fan Art Is the Only Good Part of the Internet Right Now
The Angle
Sept. 26 2018 5:45 PMThe Angle: Investigations Needed EditionSlate’s daily newsletter on dog booties, Apple News, and the new Kavanaugh allegations.
The Angle
Sept. 24 2018 6:02 PMThe Angle: Resignation Confusion EditionSlate’s daily newsletter on #WhyIDidntReport, the doppelganger, and the Rosenstein mess.
The Angle
Sept. 20 2018 5:50 PMThe Angle: Working Through Trauma EditionSlate’s daily newsletter on Tiger Woods, Ford’s request, and teachers after shootings.
Life
Sept. 19 2018 12:28 PMWhy Caitlin Flanagan’s Powerful Essay on Teen Sexual Assault Is So Appealing to #MeToo Skeptics
School
Sept. 18 2018 9:30 AMWe’re Teaching History WrongToday’s students could be so much better prepared to navigate the online glut of facts and misinformation.
The Angle
Sept. 17 2018 5:50 PMThe Angle: Speaking Up EditionSlate’s daily newsletter on the Kavanaugh accusations, Howard Zinn, and office dogs.
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Sept. 13 2018 5:42 PMThe Angle: Dangerous Advice EditionSlate’s daily newsletter on publications as fact-checkers, harassment in medicine, and Lindsey Graham’s scary ideas.
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Sept. 11 2018 5:35 PMThe Angle: Voting Isn’t Enough EditionSlate’s daily newsletter on Australian racism, Les Moonves’ resignation, and Obama’s message.
Life
Sept. 10 2018 5:55 AMThe Phrase “Adults in the Room” Is MisguidedYet it’s become a well-worn Trump-era trope.
Relationships
Sept. 7 2018 3:39 PMThat Burt Reynolds Cosmo Centerfold Was a Game-Changer for My Teenage SelfThe image is still burned in my brain.
Future Tense
Sept. 6 2018 5:01 PMWhy Is It So Hard to Find Old National Enquirer Stories?Libraries have their reasons, but it’s a loss.
The Angle
Sept. 4 2018 5:46 PMThe Angle: Trying Things EditionSlate’s daily newsletter on the Kavanaugh hearings, the Brazil museum fire, and Steve Bannon and the New Yorker.

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