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The Mormon Church Condemned White Supremacists, and This White Supremacist Mom Is Very Mad
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In These Troubling Times, Here’s Tina Fey Dropping Truths About Neo-Nazis While Stress-Eating a Sheet Cake
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A Coming of (Middle) Age Story Tom Perrotta reads from his novel Mrs. Fletcher and explains why he wanted to call it The Milf.
Outraged Romantic What is Jeremiah Moss really pining for when he decries the loss of Old New York?
Edgar Wright on Baby Driver Blowing Past $100 Million, Making Original Movies, and Baby Driver 2
Colin Kaepernick Won In angering the NFL’s white billionaire owners, the quarterback lost his job but started a movement.
Candidate Trump Said He Would Take Down the Confederate Flag From South Carolina State House
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Bachelor in Paradise’s Episode About Consent Was a Ridiculously Transparent Bid to Rehab Its Brand
Facebook's Bar for Banning Speech Seems to Get a Lot Lower When Its Users Insult Mark Zuckerberg
Is This the End of Steve Bannon? Author Josh Green on the rumors around Trump’s chief strategist.
The “Very Fine People” Edition Listen to Slate’s show about President Trump’s response to Charlottesville, its impact on the nation, and the Alabama Senate race.
Say It Loud: Moist Our favorite recent segments featuring writers and books, including one writer’s defense of a word everyone hates.
The Angle: Monuments Down Edition Slate’s daily newsletter on eclipse-watching, UVA’s vigil, and an open letter.
Ugly History Shouldn’t Be Beautiful What Germany can teach the U.S. about remembering an ugly past without glorifying it.
White Americans Have to Make a Choice The fight over Confederate monuments is a fight over who this country is for. And only white Americans can end it.
Bannon, of All People, Fully Contradicted Trump When He Ruled Out Military Force Against North Korea
Logan Lucky Steven Soderbergh’s return to the big screen doesn’t quite re-create that Ocean’s magic, but it’s still a pleasure to have him back.
Some People Still Need Opioids The crackdown on pain medication prescribing is intended to help the addiction crisis—but it’s leaving chronic pain patients in untenable situations.
Spectacle of Hate From cross-dressing to white robes to Tiki torches, what we can learn from white supremacists’ long history of carefully cultivating their own aesthetic.