Channing Tatum, Adam Driver, and Daniel Craig Star in the Trailer for Logan Lucky
Half of New Jersey 8th Grade Class Refuses to Pose With Speaker Paul Ryan
Lil Yachty Is Sorry He Doesn’t Know What a Cello Looks Like, Blames SpongeBob
Homeland Security Considers Laptop Ban for All Flights In and Out of the U.S.
Angela Merkel Suggests Europe Can No Longer Rely on Trump’s America
Sofia Coppola Wins Best Director at Cannes, Becoming Only the Second Woman to Do So
Trump Returns Home, Goes On Twitter Rant Against “Fake News”
Suspect in Custody after Shooting Rampage in Rural Mississippi Kills Eight
Trump Reportedly Told Close Associates U.S. Will Leave Paris Climate Agreement
Number of Refugees Entering U.S. Could Almost Double After Restrictions Nixed
How Does a Real Estate Concierge Work?
Baltimore’s Damon Walker talks about helping property owners and tenants negotiate the complexities of the housing choice voucher program.
The Next Far Cry Game Is About a Doomsday Cult in Montana
Musicians from Cher to Jason Isbell Post Heartfelt Tributes to Gregg Allman
Gregg Allman of the Allman Brothers Band, Dead at 69
The Most Cringe-Worthy Moments From Trump’s First International Trip
Tillerson Declines to Host Annual Ramadan Event at State Department
JFK’s Russian Conspiracy
Kennedy had his own secret back channel with Moscow. It may have kept the superpowers from going to war.
Trump Refuses to Commit to Paris Climate Agreement, Vows Decision “Next Week”
Zbigniew Brzezinski, Jimmy Carter’s National Security Adviser, Dies at 89
White Supremacist Kills Two Men in Portland Who Tried to Stop His Anti-Muslim Rants
Kushner Called on Russia to Set Up Secret Channel of Communications With Kremlin
The Colony and the Nation
MSNBC host Chris Hayes on how the law-and-order policies of Richard Nixon have created a bifurcated America.
The Bureaucrats Gone Wild Edition
Slate Money on corruption in Brazil, Saudi Arabia’s oil prices, and Paul Romer’s war on Bankspeak.
Hit Parade: The Fab Four Sweep Edition
How a major label screw-up helped the Beatles sweep the Billboard top five.
Will He or Won’t He?
How Justice Anthony Kennedy’s retirement decision became a battle over the judiciary and the Trump presidency.
There Was No Emoji Flag for Australia’s Indigenous Peoples. So Twitter Made One.
Amicus: Clarence Thomas Is Colorblind
The most conservative justice casts a decisive vote to strike down race-based voting lines.
The XX Factor
Hillary Clinton’s Commencement Speech Made It Sound Like All of America Was Graduating
Greg Gianforte Apologized to Reporter Only After His Smear Campaign Worked
Live at Politics and Prose
Amy Goldstein on the impact of the 2008 Great Recession in Janesville, Wisconsin, and how it reflected the entire U.S.
Taking a Bold Stand
Lifestyle gurus, Trump whisperers, left-wing conspiracymongers, and more, in the Slate Plus Digest.
Today in Conservative Media: Yeah, Gianforte Assaulted a Reporter, But Something Something Lauren Duca
The Census Says New York, Houston and Los Angeles Are Smaller Than It Thought. Why?
The Most Money Lines From Hillary Clinton’s Surprisingly Good Wellesley Commencement Speech
More Bad News on Civilian Casualties in Iraq and Syria
Alamo Drafthouse Responds to Criticism of All-Female Wonder Woman Screenings By Adding More of Them
The Angle: Trump’s First Evolution
Slate’s daily newsletter on the song of the summer, the ugliest American, and Trump learning something.
This Is Us and Empire Are TV’s Biggest Dramas. Why Aren’t Networks Following Their Lead?
The Republicans Are the Party of Thugs and Nazis
Drowning Doesn’t Look Like Drowning
In 10 percent of drownings, adults are nearby but have no idea the victim is dying. Here’s what to look for.