Why Abortions Are DownIs it birth control or moral aversion? Maybe both. Some lessons for pro-lifers.
More Is LesbianNearly 20 percent of young British women say they’ve had a same-sex experience. What’s going on?
The Dallas DoubtersMost Americans don’t believe conspiracy theories about JFK or UFOs. But they don’t trust the government’s story, either.
The End of the ENDA DebateIn 1996, opponents spoke on the Senate floor against ENDA. In 2013, they went silent.
The Work EthicObama is betting that Americans will side with labor over capitalism. He’s right.
The Three Jews, Two-and-a-Half Opinions GabfestListen to Slate's show about the minimum wage fight, the threat of violence in Sochi, and the campus politics of criticizing Israel.
Conspiracy Theorists Aren’t Really SkepticsThe fascinating psychology of people who know the real truth about JFK, UFOs, and 9/11.
Pain vs. PollsThe 20-week abortion ban isn’t designed to fit the science of fetal pain. It’s designed to fit the polls.
The Patient EnglishThe British Parliament’s interrogation of spy agencies about domestic surveillance is a joke.
An Israeli Insult Benjamin Netanyahu is risking U.S.-Israeli relations on partisan politics. It’s revolting and dangerous.
What Happened at Slate This Week? Josh Keating read about making music in the Anthropocene and journeyed into the heart of coding darkness.
House of Cards Showrunner Beau Willimon on Morality, Netflix Leaks, and Frank Underwood’s Presidency