Net Neutrality Isn’t Just a Domestic Issue By removing net neutrality protections for Americans, the FCC will hurt people abroad too.
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Gender Discrimination at Work Is All Too Real, With 42 Percent of Women Experiencing It
What Is Ajit Pai Doing in This Anti-Net Neutrality Video Next to a Proponent of Pizzagate?
The Fight for the Open Internet Isn’t Over How the FCC’s move to kill net neutrality will be challenged in court.
Weinstein Rep Calls Salma Hayek’s Account of Nightmarish Sexual Bullying During Frida the Result of "Creative Friction"
The Best Gifts for Health and Wellness Nuts Health and workout experts reveal what they want for the holidays.
The DoubleX Gabfest “Anyone but a Man” Edition Listen to the DoubleX Gabfest on the Democrats as the party of purity, Slack, and “Cat Person.”
El Gabfest en Español
De Milagros Sureños y Batallas Galácticas Cuatro periodistas latinos analizan el voto en Alabama y el movimiento feminista en los Estados Unidos.
The 19 Best Sentences of 2017 Straight from the pens of Sally Rooney, Durga Chew-Bose, and James Comey, to name a few.
I Have to Ask
I Have to Ask: The Stephen Kotkin Edition The Stalin biographer on the secret to understanding the mind of an autocrat.
Different Strokes I don’t like the guest my friend has chosen to bring to my party. (She’s poor.)
The 10 Best TV Shows of 2017 In an unbelievably long year, great shows burst the bounds of TV and delivered brutal honesty and hope.
PBS Suspends Distribution of Tavis Smiley Indefinitely After a Sexual Misconduct Investigation
Roy Moore Still Refuses to Concede and Just Released a Video Listing All the Bonkers Reasons Why
The Underdog and the Bully The Alabama election, as much of an upset as it was, restored a sense of normalcy in politics.
The Trump Effect in Birmingham Black Alabamians on Doug Jones’ win and how life is different under Trump.
What It’s Like to Report on Congress Slate’s Jim Newell on covering all the drama on Capitol Hill.
The Angle: Good News, Finally Edition Slate’s daily newsletter on the Alabama elections, the tax bill, and a toxic judge.
The Air Traffic Takedown In 1981, Ronald Reagan served an ultimatum to air traffic controllers.