An Election Season Reminder That Voting Is Mathematically Flawed There is no fair way of assessing a populations’ preferences when there are more than two candidates.
No Girls Allowed How America’s persistent preference for brash boys over “sivilizing” women fuelled the candidacy of Donald Trump.
Illinois Senator Tries to Zing Tammy Duckworth in Debate, Looks Like a Racist Jerk Instead
Bundy Brothers Acquitted of Conspiracy Charges for Armed Oregon Wildlife Refuge Standoff
Adam Crapser Came Here Legally as an Infant and Is Now Being Deported. That Is Maddening.
Moonlight Filmmaker Barry Jenkins On how the director confronted a difficult past while telling a story so rarely seen on screen.
Eight Is Not Enough Senate Republicans believe the Supreme Court will be just fine permanently operating one justice down. Here’s how John Roberts can talk sense into them.
The Angle: Delayed Decisions Edition Slate's daily newsletter on undecided voters, critical parents, and toxic masculinity on film.
The Violence of the Walking Dead Premiere Was So Gruesome That It Was Edited Out for U.K. Viewers
Let the Hosts of the Culture Gabfest Serenade You To make good on a promise to listeners, Dana Stevens and Stephen Metcalf play songs by Elvis Costello and Billy Bragg.
Listomania Donald Trump’s list of supporters is worth tens of millions of dollars. But who owns it?
“It’s Network TV” Shouldn’t Excuse Pure Genius CBS doesn’t deserve a pass for making idiotic tech propaganda that’s one-tenth as curious about the issues it raises as it should be.
Sen. Ron Johnson Thinks Climate Change Is Fine Because People Like Warmer Temperatures This is a strange case of combined acceptance and denialism.
Mom and Dad Are Fighting
Mom and Dad Are Fighting: The Mom’s With Her Edition Listen to Slate’s parenting podcast on the AAP’s new screen-time recommendations and how moms of girls feel about Hillary.
AT&T Owes Us Something in Return Its purchase of Time Warner can only harm consumers and the open internet. Here’s what it should give the American people.
Putin Denies Having a Favorite in the U.S. Election Before Saying Nice Things About Trump
Princeton Pays Up Locals have contested Princeton’s nonprofit status. That could have big implications for other universities.
A Gazebo Calling Back to the Fifth Episode of The Twilight Zone Still Stands in the Creator’s Hometown