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Trumpcast Jul 20, 10:30 AM
The Pieces of the Mueller Puzzle Is the special counsel’s indictment of 12 Russian officers a corner piece in a potentially larger conspiracy?
Work Jul 20, 10:05 AM
The Allure of Small Towns for Big City Freelancers It’s harder for creative professionals to make a living in big cities. Many are looking elsewhere.
I Have to Ask Jul 20, 10:00 AM
I Have to Ask: The Annie Lowrey Edition The author of Give People Money on whether America needs a universal basic income.
Pre-Woke Watching Jul 20, 9:41 AM
No, My Life Is Not Just Like The Kids Are All Right As the child of lesbians, I was thrilled by the movie. After I met my sperm donor, I saw it much differently.
Family Jul 20, 9:30 AM
“There Is Motion at Your Front Door” How a seemingly innocuous “video doorbell” app turned my life into a domestic horror movie.
Television Jul 20, 9:00 AM
UnReal Drops One More Bomb on Its Way Out the Door The behind-the-scenes drama goes after Bachelor in Paradise in its final season.
Users Jul 20, 8:00 AM
Caption This For a growing number of Instagrammers, the caption, not the photo, is the hardest part. An entire cottage industry is cropping up to provide support.
Brow Beat Jul 20, 7:30 AM
Mamma Mia! Here We Go Again Shows Plenty of ABBA Songs Are As Good As Gold There’s more to the group than their greatest hits.
Live at Politics and Prose Jul 20, 7:00 AM
From the Corner of the Oval Beck Dorey-Stein shares her unlikely journey from D.C. outsider to working for President Obama and, briefly, President Trump.
Picks Jul 20, 6:45 AM
The Best Compost Bins, According to Environmental Experts Whether you want to do the bare minimum or commit to having worms as roommates.
Care and Feeding Jul 20, 6:00 AM
Liberty, Anxiety, Paternity An anxiety disorder has me convinced my beautiful son isn’t actually mine.
Science Jul 20, 5:55 AM
The Sierra Club Declared War on Scott Pruitt—and Won An inside look at how the environmental group’s campaign against Pruitt ended up uncovering his wildest misconduct.
The Slate Quiz Jul 20, 5:53 AM
Slate News Quiz Test your knowledge of this week’s big stories.
Politics Jul 20, 5:50 AM
The Hot Seats: Bernie and Alexandria Barnstorm in Kansas A weekly guide to the midterms races everyone is talking about.
Sports Jul 20, 5:45 AM
Kick Her Off By giving Jaelene Hinkle a roster spot, U.S. Soccer sold out its LGBTQ fans and players for a better shot at the Women’s World Cup.
Corrections Jul 20, 4:03 AM
Slate’s Mistakes for the Week of July 16
The Gist Jul 19, 8:22 PM
Democracy Dies in Dark Money How Montana—and America—got warped by anonymous campaign funds and baseless attack ads.
Jurisprudence Jul 19, 8:21 PM
Michael Anton’s Op-Ed on Ending Birthright Citizenship Is Racist, Ahistorical Gobbledygook
The Slatest Jul 19, 8:05 PM
Miami Dolphins Says It Will Suspend Players up to Four Games for Kneeling During Anthem Next Season
Science Jul 19, 6:45 PM
The Trump Administration Is Neutering the Endangered Species Act Its proposal is supposed to sound common-sense. But it prioritizes industry over wildlife.
The Industry Jul 19, 6:23 PM
Repeat After Me: Facebook Is an Ad Business Of course Mark Zuckerberg congratulated President-elect Trump.
The Slatest Jul 19, 6:20 PM
More Evidence Emerges That Trump Intended for Family Separation to Be Permanent
The Angle Jul 19, 6:05 PM
The Angle: Want to Believe Edition Slate’s daily newsletter on incel memes, curbside real estate, and Trump’s delusions.
The Slatest Jul 19, 5:50 PM
House Progressives Launch the Medicare for All Caucus
Political Gabfest Jul 19, 5:30 PM
The “Double Negative” Edition Listen to Slate’s show about Trump’s meeting with Putin, the latest Russia-investigation indictments, and Democrats in 2020.
The Slatest Jul 19, 5:27 PM
Initiative to Split California Into Three States Blocked From November Ballot
The Slatest Jul 19, 5:22 PM
Trump Invited Putin to Visit the White House This Fall So We Can Do This Whole Dumb Week All Over Again
Politics Jul 19, 5:16 PM
Why Anti-Abortion Groups Love Arizona’s New Frozen-Embryo Law Pro-lifers are thrilled. Infertility advocates think it’s a portent of a dystopian future.
Work Jul 19, 5:08 PM
Donating Paid Leave Time to Pregnant Co-Workers Isn’t a Trend. It’s a Travesty.
Studio 360 Jul 19, 5:04 PM
Making It in Cleveland A citywide art survey in Ohio, a biblical reading on Beyoncé, and the mastery—and misery—of a quality control technician.
Moneybox Jul 19, 4:58 PM
Donald Trump Is Pissed Off at the Fed Chair for Basically Coherent Reasons
Future Tense Jul 19, 4:33 PM
Come to a Free Screening of Network Hosted by Slate’s Julia Turner
Brow Beat Jul 19, 4:32 PM
Sacha Baron Cohen’s Art-Gallery Dupe Regrets Nothing (Except Her Dress) “I just don’t take myself as seriously as the politicians.”
Movies Jul 19, 4:05 PM
Mamma Mia! Here We Go Again How can I resist this glitter-pantsuited sequel?
Brow Beat Jul 19, 3:47 PM
Samantha Bee Gets “Hysterical” About the Future of Roe v. Wade, and You Should Too
Brow Beat Jul 19, 3:38 PM
Lin-Manuel Miranda’s Directorial Debut Will Unite Talent From Rent, Dear Evan Hansen, and Hamilton
The Slatest Jul 19, 3:38 PM
GOP Senator Defects, Sinks Trump Judicial Nominee With History of Racist Writings
Mom and Dad Are Fighting Jul 19, 3:05 PM
Mom and Dad Are Fighting: The “Blockchain Baby Names” Edition Slate’s parenting podcast on what to do when your son’s friends call him a girl.
Future Tense Jul 19, 2:58 PM
Could Emergency Alerts Come to Netflix and Spotify?
Better Life Lab Podcast Jul 19, 2:52 PM
The Gender Pay Gap Was on Track to Shrink in America. Here’s Why It Hasn’t. If it wasn’t for the phenomenon of overwork and a shift to the 60-hour workweek, the gender pay gap actually would have shrunk by 10 percent in recent decades.