David Frum Is Still a Republican. But … How Trump’s presidency has changed the longtime conservative.
The Shutdown Vote There was hope that a short-term deal could be reached Friday night, but neither side blinked and the government shut down.
Roads & Kingdoms
We’ll Always Have Sky City China’s “duplitecture” trend aimed to create perfect copies of foreign cities like Paris and Venice. They’ve become something much more interesting.
The Best Laptop Stands and Ergonomic Desk Accessories According to chiropractors and physical therapists.
Back to Square One Millions of refugees have attempted the dangerous journey through the Balkans from Greece to Western Europe. Many are now giving up.
Democrats Are Doing the Right Thing Capitulating on DACA would mean abdicating the party’s moral responsibilities.
Trump Campaign Ad Calls Democrats “Complicit” in Murders Committed by Undocumented Immigrants
Trump Sees No Need to Reach Across the Aisle, Calls for “Nuclear Option” to End Shutdown
Stormy Daniels Stops by “Weekend Update” to Remind Us That the World Is Terrible and It’s Our Fault
Jessica Chastain Hosts the Ideal SNL Game Show for the Trump Era: What Even Matters Anymore
I’m Pretty Sure This SNL Sketch Isn’t How the Credits to The Fresh Prince of Bel-Air Usually Went
How the Shutdown Ends Hopes of a ‘weekend shutdown’ have faded, leaving the public to declare a winner.
“The Gross Spectacle of a Divided Defense” The case of the capital defendant who insisted “I’m innocent” while his lawyer told everyone “he did it” reaches the Supreme Court.
Trump Calls Shutdown a “Nice Present” From Democrats on One-Year Anniversary of Presidency
One Year Down The hosts of Slate’s Trumpcast dish on the Mueller investigation and Trump’s first year in office.
Twitter Admits There Were More Than 50,000 Russian Bots Trying to Confuse American Voters Before the Election
How Bad Is This Winter? There’s a Way to Check That. Is it unusually bad out there, or is it just normal-level cold?
What Could Go Wrong With Facebook’s Plan to Rank News Sources by “Trustworthiness” A lot.