What Twitter Pundits Have to Say About the Republican Debate Check out the instant spin room.
Beyoncé's New Single Is Both a #BlackLivesMatter–Inspired Protest Anthem and an Absolute Jam
Amicus: The Candidates and the Court It’s likely that the next president will have the chance to fundamentally reshape the Supreme Court. So why is it not a major campaign issue?
The New Money Edition Slate Money on a cashless future, Viacom’s aging patriarch, and the Credit Suisse profit loss.
He Watched Every Super Bowl Our host owes Slate’s Justin Peters an apology (or possibly workman’s comp) after suggesting he watch all 49 Super Bowls in two months.
Apple Is Killing Some iPhones Repaired by Third Parties. But There’s Sort of a Good Reason.
Why It’s Too Soon for Mitt Romney to Endorse Marco Rubio He should wait until that endorsement would do the most good.
Flicker Off, Flicker On LED bulbs were once pricey and easy to ignore. They’re about to become the standard. And it will happen very, very quickly.
Is Catcalling Ever OK? Sofia Vergara never wants men to stop wolf-whistling her. She’s not alone.
Peyton Manning, You’re Our Only Hope How the NFL’s model citizen could end the NFL’s dumb war on drugs.
Are Assault Weapons Protected by the Second Amendment? The Supreme Court may finally have to rule on the right to keep and bear AR-15s.
What a Character The fragile, young savant in Julia Claiborne Johnson’s debut novel joins the ranks of our best child protagonists.
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Gretchen Rubin on Working With Yourself to Become Happier The author/blogger/podcaster discusses the importance of identifying your temperaments in her new book Better Than Before.
Are Grown-Ups Too Old to Get Grades? Think you’re more than just a number? Not if you work at Yahoo!
What Does Marco Rubio Stand For? The senator’s chameleonlike nature makes him the GOP’s best hope to win the general election—if he can make it that far.
In Netflix-iest Move Possible, Netflix Renews Orange Is the New Black for Three More Seasons