Dyke Marches, a Powerful Statement of Visibility for Queer Women, Are Struggling to Move Forward
Food Evolution Is Scientifically Accurate. Too Bad It Won’t Convince Anyone. The new documentary misses that the debate over GMOs isn’t about facts. It’s about values.
Eye-Popping Washington Post Report Explains Why Obama’s Retaliation Against Putin Was So Weak
How to Persuade Trump’s Most Loyal Supporters Make a moral argument, but choose the right morals.
The Bill That Gets Worse and Worse The new health care bill is nothing short of a nightmare.
Live at Politics and Prose
The Accidental Activist Manal al-Sharif was arrested for driving in Saudi Arabia.
Mother-Stung Sherman Alexie’s terrific book is the latest entry in a burgeoning genre: memoirs of moms.
Grindr and Other Gay Dating Apps Want to Create Connections Beyond the Bedroom From private hookups to public affairs.
A More Outspoken Jay Z Seems to Have Taken Harry Belafonte’s Criticisms About Celebrity Activism to Heart
GLOW Star Betty Gilpin On her new Netflix comedy, being typecast in Hollywood, and finding empowerment through wrestling.
Was This It? Every generation of New York rockers romanticizes its era. In the juicy new book Meet Me in the Bathroom, the early 2000s was the golden age.
He Moved Fast and Broke Uber But is the mess at the company all Travis Kalanick’s fault?
It Really Is Meaner Both the House and Senate health care bills would cause a generational disaster for lower-income Americans. But Mitch McConnell’s plan achieves a special cruelty.
The Breakfast Table
Supreme Court Breakfast Table Entry 6: What to do about the problem of overzealous prosecutors.
My Patients Need Medicaid The Republican health care plan will ensure that millions of low-income Americans never get it.
The Angle: Another Day, Another Health Care Bill Slate’s daily newsletter on the Senate’s take on Trumpcare, fake news on Twitter, and GLOW.
The Breakfast Table
Supreme Court Breakfast Table Entry 5: When the solicitor general has to defend the indefensible.
We Know How This Ends Dissent is all part of the script. Trumpcare is right where Republicans want it.
How to Build a New Republican Coalition A genius plan that will appeal to tax-averse rich people as well as working- and lower-middle-class voters.
Today's Impeach-O-Meter: Comey Better Hope There Aren't Tapes! Also, There Aren't Tapes.
Why the Los Angeles Times Accidentally Tweeted About an Earthquake That Happened 90 Years Ago
The XX Factor
Bill Cosby Wants to Teach Cheating Husbands and Male Athletes How Not to Get Accused of Rape
Arizona Already Tried What the GOP Wants to Do to Medicaid. It Was a Disaster. Several years ago, Arizona froze Medicaid enrollment, as AHCA now proposes. The results were disturbing.
The “Lump of Coal” Edition Listen to Slate’s show about the Georgia congressional race, the Senate health care bill, and a Supreme Court case on gerrymandering.
GLOW Netflix’s charming new show, executive-produced by Jenji Kohan, takes gender and racial stereotypes and body-slams them into the mat.
Snowflake, Loser, and Other Political Jabs The Culture Gabfest on the insults and name-calling that have derailed our civic discourse.
America Is a Tough Place for Older People. The GOP Health Care Plan Will Make It Much Worse.
LGBTQ Adults With Developmental Disabilities Need Support Expressing Themselves, Not Erasure
This Year’s NYC Pride Parade Will Be Televised, Fulfilling the Original Parade’s Mission of Queer Visibility
The XX Factor
“It Could Have Been Any One of Us”: Muslim Community Mourns Murdered Teen Nabra Hassanen