“The Terrorism Is Starting”Egypt is tearing itself apart, as both sides view themselves as victims in the fight of their life.
Guns on ParadeQaddafi’s gone but his weapons aren’t, and they make the new Libya a very dangerous place.
Bahrain's Protesters Hope There Is Safety in NumbersNow their biggest worry is that the international media will forget them as Libya takes center stage.
Why Lara Logan's Sexual Assault Is Demoralizing for Egyptian WomenIt comes at a time when many women feel that street harassment is on the wane.
Rage Against the RegimeA report from Cairo as jubilation turns to disappointment and anger.
Thousands of Men and No Groping!Egypt's protests were a safe space for women. Until things turned violent.
Egypt's Command EconomyA WikiLeaks cable shows how the regime has bought off the military.
In Qaddafi CountryMost of Libya is glad to be rid of him, but the slain dictator remains popular in his hometown.
Egypt's Fundamentalist Summer Could an ultraconservative religious ideology be the biggest beneficiary of the Egyptian revolution?
Bullet Holes in the Bumper, Threats in the MailThe hard lives of the Pakistani truck drivers who ferry supplies and fuel to U.S. and NATO forces in Afghanistan.
Sibling RivalriesAs the protests in Cairo continue, the Muslim Brotherhood faces internal tension and a generational divide.
Revolutionary LogisticsWhere do the thousands of people gathered in Tahrir Square go to the bathroom?
Tahrir Square Is a BattlegroundDespite the violence, anti-Mubarak protesters are still convinced they will prevail.
In Pakistan, the Shooter Is the HeroThe depressing public reaction to the assassination of Pakistani politician Salman Taseer.
Still Swimming With SharksDeadly maulings at an Egyptian resort lead to a clumsy government response.
Diversity Won’t Help the GOP Its problems with minority voters go much deeper than its candidates.
Safeway Almost Made a Massive Deal With Theranos. Now It’s Teaming Up With Theranos’ Biggest Rival.
Cards Against Humanity Asked People to Give It $5 on Black Friday for Nothing in Return. The Stunt Worked.
Girl, Uninterruptible Prudie advises a letter writer upset over a college freshman daughter’s lack of contact.
A New Statue in Edinburgh Honors a Bear Named Wojtek That Served in the Polish Military During World War II
Attacks on Abortion Clinics Should Be Prosecuted as Terrorism It’s the right thing, both practically and philosophically.
A Radical Experiment in Democracy Is Happening in Northern Syria. Americans Need to Start Paying Attention.
Help! I Can’t Get Enough Dear Prudence. Prudie answers more of your questions, only for Slate Plus members.
The Best (and Only) Nigerien Remake of Purple Rain: “Rain the Color of Blue With a Little Red in It”
Internet-Connected Toys Are Getting Hacked, and It’s As Creepy As We Feared It Would Be
The Fossil of the Day Award Is the Best Part of the Paris Climate Summit Activists name and shame, with humor.
Warrior Kings Golden State is currently playing better than any basketball team in history. You might want to watch them.