The Is He Your President Edition Listen to the DoubleX Gabfest’s show on the Women’s March on Washington and Twenty-Six Seconds with Alexandra Zapruder.
Watch the Hamilton Mixtape Concert, Featuring Live Performances by the Roots, Ashanti, and Ja Rule
A Tour of the White House With Ms. Natalie Portman Jackie uses historical re-enactment and re-creation to tell a very different story about the Kennedy assassination.
Jackie An intense, disorienting biopic about the power of image and celebrity in the White House.
Trevor Noah Spars With Conservative Tomi Lahren, Who Compares Black Lives Matter to the KKK
Like It Never Even Happened A self-help guru who killed three in his sweat lodge says the experience has helped him “find himself.” His rhetoric shows he has yet to move beyond the problematic structure of his ideology.
Does Fighting Racism Make Racists More Racist? What research on the psychology of stereotype backlash can teach us about how to combat discrimination.
Facebook Should Consider Subsidizing and Promoting Local News It’s one way the social network could make up for the damage it’s done to journalism.
Once and Future Flame How do I tell my ex and kids I want to be with the woman I had an affair with?
Newt Gingrich Mocks Mitt Romney for Thinking to “Suck Up” to Trump Way, Way After He Did
Amicus: The Specter of Korematsu A timely look back at the infamous Supreme Court case that upheld the internment of Japanese Americans.
The Angle: Tax The Rich Edition Slate’s daily newsletter on Trump’s tax policies, WIC's drawbacks, and Mitt Romney's meal.
The Presidential Greatness Edition John Dickerson introduces a new podcast season of campaign curiosities focused on presidents past.
What’s Bunk About Brainstorming Maria Konnikova wonders, “How about we touch base later and piggyback on a few of these ideas?”
Trump Saved Jobs at Carrier by Making the Same Dumb Deal American Politicians Have Always Made
How Nancy Pelosi Won (and Spun) Pelosi framed her toughest challenge for House leadership as a vote-counting masterpiece.
How a Libertarian Carpetbagger Helped Steal a Senate Seat for Democrats New Hampshire’s libertarian utopian movement leaves its first mark on national politics.
Showtime Has Canceled Masters of Sex, Freeing the Show’s Great Actors to Work on Better Projects
Gilmore Girls’ Chris Eigeman on the Show’s Reunion The actor joins the Culture Gabfest to talk about the show’s four final words and more.
The Culture Gabfest “Banter About Banter” Edition Slate’s Culture Gabfest on Disney’s Moana, the return of Gilmore Girls, and whether robots should have rights.
Miley Cyrus, Dolly Parton, and Pentatonix Sing the Ultimate “Jolene” Cover, so Everybody Else Can Go Home