Timothy Noah

Timothy Noah is a former Slate staffer. His  book about income inequality is The Great Divergence.

The Customer
Jan. 28 2011 6:16 PMTyranny of the AlphabetA new study explores how your last name influences how fast you buy stuff.
The Customer
Jan. 24 2011 7:33 PMDoes Your Broker Love You?Brokers, astonishingly, have no fiduciary duty to their clients. Maybe they should.
The Customer
Jan. 20 2011 7:39 PMThe Gripe SweepstakesCustomer complaint letters: Pick the winner!
The Customer
Jan. 14 2011 6:24 PMThe Art of the GripeCustomer complaint letters: A reader contest.
The Customer
Jan. 10 2011 7:49 PMClass ClownWhy was it so hard to kick Loughner out of Pima Community College?
Politics
Jan. 6 2011 7:10 PMReturn of the Nuclear OptionThe Senate may finally curb the filibuster. Hallelujah.
The Customer
Dec. 16 2010 7:57 PMToy StoryWhy self-regulation of children's advertising is a joke.
The Customer
Dec. 9 2010 6:48 PMBan the Benjamins!Hundred-dollar bills are for criminals and sociopaths. Why do we still print them?
The Customer
Dec. 2 2010 6:39 PMThe Sky Mall StimulusThis Christmas, why not make your gifts especially expensive and thoughtless?
The Customer
Dec. 1 2010 1:32 PMDraw This Cadaver!, Part 2Slate readers' alternatives to the FDA's proposed anti-smoking graphics.
The Customer
Nov. 22 2010 7:30 PMDon't Freeze My Junk!Slate's guide to sneaky airline fees.
Politics
Nov. 18 2010 6:30 PMForget Tax SimplificationWhat America needs is more tax brackets, not fewer.
Moneybox
Nov. 12 2010 5:50 PMDraw This Cadaver!Do-it-yourself anti-smoking propaganda.
The Customer
Nov. 6 2010 11:10 PMPopulists v. ConsumersWill GOP gains halt a regulatory renaissance?
The Customer
Oct. 28 2010 5:52 PMPower TripWhy the government is making TV manufacturers disclose energy use.
Politics
Jan. 25 2011 6:10 PMComity TonightSenate filibuster reform yields to stupid bipartisan pantomime.
The Customer
Jan. 21 2011 5:16 PMGriper of the YearWe have a winner in the customer-complaint contest!
The Customer
Jan. 18 2011 8:37 PMRepeal ThisA pre-existing health-conditions study says half the country is uninsurable.
The Customer
Jan. 11 2011 7:18 PMPool FoolsRepublicans are right: Obamacare's high-risk pools were a dumb idea. But it was their dumb idea.
Culturebox
Jan. 7 2011 7:45 PMI Like DwightLet us now praise Dwight Garner, New York Times daily book critic.
The Customer
Dec. 17 2010 9:07 PMSwipedThe Fed enters the skirmish over debit card fees.
The Customer
Dec. 14 2010 7:32 PMDefensive SellingHow businesses cope with rage-filled customers.
The Customer
Dec. 7 2010 7:38 PMBusted WatchdogIs the Better Business Bureau a protection racket?
The Customer
Dec. 1 2010 9:00 PMMcSurance on TrialA Senate committee puts the spotlight on the crap health insurance given fast-food workers.
The Customer
Nov. 23 2010 6:40 PMMcSuranceCrap health coverage wins a regulatory victory.
The Customer
Nov. 19 2010 6:01 PMThe Mortgage-Relief ConHow "mortgage assistance relief" companies prey on homeowners facing foreclosure.
The Customer
Nov. 17 2010 5:20 PMWise Up, Print Addicts!How to avoid paying the sucker rate for a New York Times subscription.
The Customer
Nov. 10 2010 7:18 PMAnesthsleaziologyThe Alabama pain-relief cartel.
Politics
Nov. 3 2010 6:48 PMCorrupting CommitteesSen. Jim DeMint's cynical advice to incoming Tea Partiers.
The Customer
Oct. 22 2010 6:47 PMForeclosure Fairy DustDid Bank of America really review 102,000 foreclosures in two and a half weeks? Yeah, right.

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Sept. 21 2014 9:00 PM Attractive People Being Funny While Doing Amusing and Sometimes Romantic Things Don’t dismiss it. Friends was a truly great show.
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