The Peculiar Endurance of the Physical Signature Why do we still have to print out forms, sign them, and scan them back in?
Nothing but a Number? Prudie advises a letter writer whose 66-year-old mother is moving in with her hot 30-year-old boyfriend.
Why Did a Swiss Artist Build Seven Giant, Technicolor “Magic Mountains” in the Nevada Desert?
Will Paul Ryan Vote for Donald Trump? Yuval Levin on whether conservatives are to blame for Trump—and what they should do about him now that he’s here.
The Autonomous Vehicle Revolution Will Be Underwhelming We still need to prepare for it today.
Mississippi Clerks Can’t Cite Religious Beliefs to Avoid Issuing Gay Couples’ Marriage Licenses
Brittle England The Brexit vote let supporters of the “Leave” campaign stick it to the elites. What’s the value of their collective primal scream?
The Breakfast Table
Supreme Court Breakfast Table Entry 21: Dietary supplement peddlers: They’re just like you and me.
Iceland Keeps Winning, and Newly Famous Icelandic Announcer Might Not Survive the Excitement
Is Elizabeth Warren Really the Best Choice for Vice President? Only if you think the symbolism of her nomination is bigger than the hole she’ll leave in the Senate.
The XX Factor
The Daily Show Had the Worst Possible Response to the Supreme Court’s Texas Abortion Decision
The Angle: Friends Like These Edition Slate's daily newsletter on the Game of Thrones finale, zoos of the future, and two Supreme Court decisions.
Labour’s Love’s Lost How accidental leader Jeremy Corbyn got left behind in the age of accidental politics.
Hang Up And Listen
Hang Up and Listen: The Cry for Argentina Edition Slate’s sports podcast on Argentina’s Copa America loss and Lionel Messi’s retirement announcement, a record class of foreign players in the NBA draft, and an interview with boxer Claressa Shields.
Just When I Thought I Was Out Prudie counsels a woman who left her daughter as a baby—only to hear from her years later.