Damon Lindelof Sends “Bingeing Is Bad” Letter to Critics Before The Leftovers’ Final Season
Oil Will Run Through the Dakota Access Pipeline This Week The courts seem to be replying to the Sioux’s continued religious concerns by questioning whether the tribe really believes in its own faith.
Trials and Error
A “Reformer” Who Reformed Nothing The shameful legacy of Philadelphia District Attorney Seth Williams.
Trevor Noah Defends Conservative Tomi Lahren, the Bill O’Reilly to His Jon Stewart, After Her Blaze Suspension
The DoubleX Gabfest “She-E-Uh-O” Edition Listen to the DoubleX Gabfest on Neil Gorsuch, former Thinx CEO Miki Agrawal, and when women compete.
I Have to Ask
I Have to Ask: The Chris Hayes Edition Isaac Chotiner speaks with Emmy Award–winning news anchor Chris Hayes about his new book A Colony in a Nation.
The Terrestrial Challenges to Nigeria’s Ambitious Space Program The country had early success with satellite launches, but it’s since been thwarted.
The “How Does a Labor Organizer Work?” Transcript Read what David Mott had to say about his work with SEIU.
The Good Fight
How the West Can Defend Itself From Putin’s Russia It’s time to return to a Cold War mentality.
Energy Secretary Rick Perry Just Weighed in on a Student Body Election That Hinged on Glow Sticks
New Poll Shows Trump’s Base Eroding, Approval Rating Sliding, as 60 Percent Find Him Dishonest
Health Care! It’s Trump’s Problem Now. Slate’s Jordan Weissmann and Jim Newell look at Trump’s no-win situation, a day before the AHCA gets a House vote.
The Angle: Witches Who Resist Edition Slate’s daily newsletter on the GOP’s Trumpcare conundrum, Disney’s “exclusively gay” moment, and witches opposing fascism.
Trump Has a Debt Ceiling Problem Like any real estate mogul, he loves spending other people’s money. He’s about to find out how painful that will be.
The Bricker Amendment and Stories of Migratory Birds Whistlestop travels back to Jan. 7, 1953, and the introduction of the Bricker Amendment.
One Day After White Terrorist Murder in New York, NYPD Beefs Up Security Over Possible Jihadism in London
Future Tense Newsletter: a New Short Story From Station Eleven Author Emily St. John Mandel
Watch the Trailer for the New Mystery Science Theater 3000, Netflix’s Latest Revival of a Fan Favorite