Tab Roulette!Slate’s business and tech writers share what they’re reading, whether they want to or not.
The Lemons EditionSlate Money on why college is so expensive, the economics of the California drought, and letters from listeners.
Inside the Box
Sock-of-the-Month Clubs, ReviewedTwo skeptical Slate writers find their own personal sock happiness.
The Revolting EditionSlate Money on subprime auto loans, CEOs vs. states, and the biggest fund to divest from fossil fuels.
The Trying to Be Clever Edition Author and “Sketch Guy” columnist Carl Richards joins Slate Money to talk about financial planning, billionaire whimsy, and the flash crash.
One of Monday’s Pulitzer Prize Winners Left Journalism Because It Couldn’t Pay His Rent. Now He’s in PR.
The Warren Buffett EditionSlate Money on the man, the fortune, and the future of Berkshire Hathaway.
Someone Calculated How Many Adjunct Professors Are on Public Assistance, and the Number Is Startling
Young Adults Are Getting More Suburban. So Why Does Your City Seem Full of Twentysomethings?
The New York Times Offers One of the Worst Explanations You’ll Read of Why College Is So Expensive
A Smorgasbord of Excuses The defense tries a little of everything to save Dzhokhar Tsarnaev from the death penalty.
Even by the Standards of Baltimore, Freddie Gray’s Neighborhood Is Shockingly Impoverished and Violent
If You Want to Witness the Most Important Supreme Court Argument in Recent History, You’ll Have to Pay Up
Harvard Students Are Clueless About Fighting Fossil Fuels. They Could Learn a Thing or Two From Stanford.
Tab Roulette! Slate’s business and tech writers share what they’re reading, whether they want to or not.