Rebecca Onion
Rebecca Onion Rebecca Onion

Rebecca Onion is a Slate staff writer.

The Angle
April 20 2016 5:52 PMThe Angle: Old Hickory to the Back Edition Slate's daily newsletter on Hillary's win in New York, the obstacles to organic weed, and the new Tubman $20 bill. 
The Angle
April 19 2016 3:16 PMThe Angle: Cats Continuous EditionSlate’s daily newsletter on Bernie Sanders and the Southern voter, Justin Trudeau’s social media moment, and cat journalism past. 
The Vault
April 18 2016 2:13 PMSome Surviving Receipts for Taxes Paid in 18th-Century England and Scotland
The Angle
April 15 2016 12:45 PMThe Angle: Open Up the Tanks Edition Slate’s daily newsletter on SeaWorld’s next phase, cholera in Haiti, and Bernie’s influence on the race.
The Angle
April 13 2016 11:44 AMThe Angle: Now I Don’t Even Know If I Have Impostor Syndrome EditionSlate’s daily newsletter on the new Kindle, Pennsylvania’s unbound delegates, and the dubious merits of the science fair.
The Angle
April 11 2016 12:20 PMThe Angle: Tune In Later EditionSlate’s daily newsletter on the dubious future of NPR, Manny Pacquiao’s homophobia problem, and Rachel Maddow’s thoughts on how interviewers should handle Trump. 
The Angle
April 8 2016 4:43 PMThe Angle: Bill Clinton, Take a Seat EditionSlate’s daily newsletter on Chuck Grassley and the Supreme Court, the Scar-Jo robot, and how Bill Clinton harms Hillary’s campaign. 
The Angle
April 6 2016 4:27 PMThe Angle: Bernie vs. the Developing World EditionSlate’s daily newsletter on Ted Cruz’s victory in the Wisconsin primary, Bernie Sanders’ views on trade, and Sterling K. Brown’s excellent performance as Chris Darden. 
The Angle
April 5 2016 4:25 PMThe Angle: Pretentious Is as Pretentious Does EditionSlate’s daily newsletter on sexual harassment in yoga, the anti-abortion movement’s double bind, and a new book about pretension. 
Culturebox
April 5 2016 5:30 AMA Hamilton Skeptic on Why the Show Isn’t As Revolutionary As It Seems“It’s still white history. And no amount of casting people of color disguises the fact that they’re erasing people of color from the actual narrative.”
Doublex
April 4 2016 1:52 PMHow “She Just Wants Attention” Became America’s Hottest Sexist InsultThe diabolical potency of a misogynist stereotype.
The Vault
April 1 2016 11:07 AMA ’70s Board Game Designed to Teach Players About Race, Housing, and Privilege
History
March 31 2016 6:00 AMThe Art of the New DealHow an inexperienced New Yorker famous for his name emerged from the contested 1932 convention to win the presidency.
Quizzical
March 30 2016 12:22 PMCan You Tell When This Vintage Home Movie Was Filmed?1955? 1965? 1975?
The Angle
March 28 2016 4:21 PMThe Angle: Bring Back That Book EditionSlate’s daily newsletter on the erosion of Roe v. Wade, the advent of widespread GMO labeling, and libraries’ approaches to delinquent patrons. 
Brow Beat
April 20 2016 3:47 PMWatch an Excellent Drunk History Tell the Story of One of Harriet Tubman’s Most Amazing Exploits
The Angle
April 18 2016 5:09 PMThe Angle: Unnecessarily Complex Edition Slate’s daily newsletter on the intelligence of apes, the superiority of Better Call Saul, and our complicated taxes.
The Vault
April 15 2016 2:09 PMAn Affectionate 1932 Illustrated Map of Harlem Nightlife
The Angle
April 14 2016 12:28 PMThe Angle: $10 Founding Father EditionSlate's daily newsletter on Hamilton and the $10 bill, Ted Cruz in the National Enquirer, and Hillary's superdelegate problem. 
The Angle
April 12 2016 10:50 AMThe Angle: Preaching Prosperity Edition Slate’s daily newsletter on Bill Clinton’s crime bill, Trump and the prosperity gospel, and mice, rats, and animal welfare.
The Vault
April 11 2016 8:58 AMSome Delightfully Scatological and Cruel Nursery Rhymes, From the Oldest Surviving Book of Them
The Angle
April 7 2016 12:15 PMThe Angle: Robed Crusaders EditionSlate’s daily newsletter on voter ID laws, the death of Merle Haggard, and one judge’s work to curb prosecutorial misconduct. 
The Vault
April 6 2016 2:26 PMPoignant Petitions From 19th-Century Mothers Hoping to Surrender Illegitimate Children
The Vault
April 5 2016 10:10 AMA 19th-Century 3-D Bird’s-Eye Map of Mt. Fuji, With All the Bells and Whistles  
The Angle
April 4 2016 5:33 PMThe Angle: Down to the Bat-Cave EditionSlate's daily newsletter on the rise of digital personal assistants, Batman’s hidden gayness, and a new perspective on addiction. 
The Angle
April 1 2016 5:11 PMThe Angle: Sadly Humorless EditionSlate's daily newsletter on the D.C. Metro shutdown, the life and work of Zaha Hadid, and Trump vs. Cruz on foreign policy. 
The Angle
March 31 2016 4:45 PMThe Angle: More Punishment for All! EditionSlate’s daily newsletter on conservative critiques of impoverished white communities, Barney Frank vs. Bernie, and Donald Trump’s comments on women who get abortions. 
The Angle
March 30 2016 4:35 PMThe Angle: Just Sit Down EditionSlate’s daily newsletter on Anderson Cooper’s good night, a modest proposal for Merrick Garland, and the best hummus.
The Angle
March 29 2016 4:36 PMThe Angle: No Imposters Here Edition Slate’s daily newsletter on one reason people mistrust Hillary Clinton, China’s uneasy relationship with e-sports, and Susan Sarandon’s recent folly.
The Vault
March 28 2016 1:17 PM100-Year-Old Frost Maps Show How Climate Change Has Shifted the Growing Season in the United States

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