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With Billions in Potential Damages Looming, Apple and Google Settle Tech Worker’s Antitrust Suit
Kidnapped American Journalist Released By Ukrainian Separatists
Why Texas Gov. Rick Perry doesn’t need to fear his special prosecutor as much as other Republican presidential hopefuls.
A revenge thriller that cannily subverts your expectations of revenge thrillers.
Vladimir Putin Says the CIA Created the Internet and Wants an Internet of His Own
Is Google Plus Finally Dying?
Amazon Performs Balancing Act in Latest Quarter
Is It OK to Invest in a Company if Its CEO Beats Women?
Navy Proposal or Half-Baked Jerry Bruckheimer Movie?
A futuristic aircraft carrier could be filled with drones the size of F-14 Tomcats.
10-Year-Old Hands Michelle Obama Her Out-of-Work Dad's Résumé
Anti-Semitism Trends in Europe Are More Complex Than In the U.S.
Obama Just Can't Get Away From Talking About “Red Lines”
Ronald McDonald Gets a Makeover, Remains Terrifying
What We Talk About When We Talk About Talking About Race
Deep inside the Supreme Court’s affirmative action decision lies a fight about how we speak about race in America.
“The Primary Task Is to Survive”
An interview with Ukrainian Prime Minister Arseniy Yatsenyuk.
Shamus Beaglehole Wins 2014 Name of the Year Contest
Anonymous Allegedly Hacked Boston Children's Hospital Over Justina Pelletier
Netizen Report: Pakistan’s Anti-Terror Ordinance May Endanger Online Speech
Facebook’s New Secret Sauce
The social network keeps getting more addictive. Here’s how.
Take a Strange, Delightful Trip Through Homer’s Brain in the Latest Simpsons Couch Gag
The First Week of May Will Be Decidedly Un-Springlike for Much of the Country
What the Failure of inBloom Means for the Student-Data Industry
Inside Higher Ed
Bargaining for Bathrooms
University of California grad student workers fight for gender-neutral restrooms and lactation stations.
China Impounds Japanese Ship Over World War II-Era Lawsuit
The Rich Rule America—But Don't Despair (Too Much)
What Is This Mysterious Sound in the Antarctic Ocean?
A decades-old mystery solved.
The FCC’s New Net Neutrality Proposal Is Even Worse Than You Think
Neil Young Performs a Haunting, Quiet Cover of “Needle of Death”
History of Innovation
Taking Rube Goldberg Seriously
What fictional inventions say about American ingenuity.
Recovered Warhol Digital Art Has Been Stuck on Floppy Disks for Decades
What $1 Million Buys in Housing Markets Around the Globe
Katy Perry Will Ruin Your Birthday Party
Why Cliven Bundy’s Gaffe Matters: His Cause Needed a Hero
Mom and Dad Are Fighting
Mom and Dad Are Fighting: The “What’s in Your School Lunch” Edition
Listen to Slate’s parenting podcast on school lunches and the stigma of having, and being, an only child.
Race Still Matters
Why class-based affirmative action won’t heal our racial disparities.
The XX Factor
Celebrity Quack Moms Are a Terrible Influence on Everyday Parents
Cliven Bundy's Racist Comments Were Caught on Video
Yankees More Popular Than Mets in Every Single New York Zip Code
The South, White/Black Voting, and Gerrymandering, in Two Maps