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In All Good Things, Andrew Jarecki Revealed the Real Reason He’s Obsessed With Robert Durst
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Better Call Saul, Ep. 1: “Uno”Slate’s TV Club recaps the pilot episode of the much-anticipated Breaking Bad spin-off.
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Are the Greeks Sound Negotiators?The country owes 300 billion euros, and its leader is talking about Nazi war crimes. That might not be the worst tactic.
Better Call Saul, Episode 2: “Mijo”When the Breaking Bad spinoff heads into to the desert, Slate’s TV Club knows nothing good will come of it.
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Democrats Agreed to Have Their Debate Broadcast Live in Virtual Reality That’s a terrible idea.
“I Had the Patron Saint of Dads for Sissies”: A Gay Son Recounts His Father’s Unlikely Kindness in 1959
The “Turn Up Your Drawl” Bonus Segment Emily Bazelon, John Dickerson, and David Plotz debate the influence of regionalized accents in the political arena.
Sick and Far From Home Mormons who fell dangerously ill on their missions say the church denied them access to medical care.