Aaron Sorkin Shocked to Discover Hollywood Might Not Be a Gender- and Race-Blind Meritocracy
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A Vermont Dairy Farm and Museum Has Successfully Baited Nintendo Into a Cow-Milking Contest
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Not the President’s Fault, but Exactly What He Wanted Trump is trapped between the myth of his omnipotence and a desperate need to evade accountability for his administration’s failures.
Feet off the Couch, Please Alyssa Mastromonaco, who served as deputy chief of staff in Obama’s White House, on why mess ups like the Kellyanne Conway couch photo actually matter.
Locker Room Talk at the Capitol Hill Boys Club Neil Gorsuch’s chummy, back-slapping Supreme Court confirmation hearings should’ve been held beside a keg.
The Angle: Goodbye Trumpcare Edition Slate’s daily newsletter on the death of the AHCA, Kellyanne Conway’s conflict, and everyone calling Trump a liar.
Don’t Blame the Freedom Caucus The House’s hard-liners didn’t sink the American Health Care Act. The bill’s failures belong to Paul Ryan alone.
The Democrats Must Filibuster Neil Gorsuch President Obama’s senior aide Ronald Klain tells Dahlia Lithwick why it’s time for the Dems to take a stand.
The Biggest Lesson From the Trumpcare Debacle It showed us how government by misogynists actually translates into policy.
Trump Says He Never Promised to Quickly Repeal Obamacare. Here’s a Bunch of Times He Promised Exactly That.
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Is Kellyanne Conway Breaking the Law? It appears as though she hasn’t yet divested her polling firm. If that’s the case, it’s possible she’s committing a serious federal crime.
Republicans Spent the Gorsuch Hearing Chatting About Sheep and Basketball Did you think confirmation hearings were for real questions?