The Skeletons in Ahmadinejad's ClosetHow Iran's president once prepared young soldiers for martyrdom.
Hero, Victim, Schemer, StoogeThe press takes a final look at Slobodan Milosevic.
Is Michael Crichton Right?The New Republic examines the author's "hectoring contrarianism."
Is India the New China?Investment opportunities abound but so do bureaucratic hurdles.
How Iraq Is Not Like Amazon.comRumsfeld's failed attempt to run the Pentagon on the new-economy model.
We Need to Spend More on Our Soldiers and Sailors Yes, the U.S. already spends a lot on our military. But our people are more valuable—and cost more—than any other armed force in the world.
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.
Internet-Connected Toys Are Getting Hacked, and It’s As Creepy As We Feared It Would Be
Warrior Kings Golden State is currently playing better than any basketball team in history. You might want to watch them.