Later today I'll be flying down to Waco, Texas, for a post-election forum held at Baylor University. It's mostly on Saturday. Come by!
I'm a bit late to this, but Brian Doherty's thumbsucker about the Second Amendment implications of 3-D printing is fascinating.
Could ending the war on drugs curb violence in America? (Answer: Yes, of course.)
Andrew Stiles previews the questions that'll be coming at Jack Lew.
Virginia's GOP gubernatorial candidate, probably a bit tired of explaining why he's trying to block climate change research at public universities, muses about marijuana legalization.
John Cassidy shames the U.K. over its austerity policies.
Time talks to Kris Kobach, who is understandably skittish about this whole "Republicans giving up on self-deportation" wackiness.
TODAY IN SLATE
The Most Terrifying Thing About Ebola
The disease threatens humanity by preying on humanity.
I Bought the Huge iPhone. I’m Already Thinking of Returning It.
Scotland Is Just the Beginning. Expect More Political Earthquakes in Europe.
Students Aren’t Going to College Football Games as Much Anymore
And schools are getting worried.
160 Countries Host Marches to Demand Action on Climate Change
- Protesters Take to the Streets to Sound Alarm on Climate Change in New York, Across the World
- Knife-Carrying White House Jumper is Vet who Feared “Atmosphere Was Collapsing”
- North Korea: American Sentenced to Hard Labor Wanted to Become “Second Snowden”
- Almost One in Four Americans Support Idea of Splitting From the Union