While Political World Mourns Barbara Bush, Trump Starts Saturday by Trashing NYT Reporter
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The Zen of Cohen The raid of Michael Cohen’s office marks the beginning of the end of the Trump presidency, says Adam Davidson.
The Pulitzers Awarded Kendrick Lamar for the Wrong Reasons The jury made the right choice but based it on unflattering, damaging criteria.
Refinery29’s Understanding of “Modern Millennials” Is Wildly Privileged, but It Does Capture Their Style
The Angle: No Reaction Edition Slate’s daily newsletter on Melania’s sleeves, Scandal’s finale, and privacy advocates’ Facebook failures.
Google Just Shut Down One Chat Service and Is Launching Another. Remind Us Why It Ditched Gchat?
Why Was California’s Radical Housing Bill so Unpopular? The legislation could have upended a century of racial housing politics. But it was doomed from the start.
The Book and Memos of James Comey In his new book, you find James Comey the writer, the truth teller, and the fallible human being.
Democrat on Internal DNC Call About Russia Lawsuit Asks Why DNC Is Spending Money to Sue Russia
“Guests Are Arrayed in the Most Absurd Old Clothes They Can Find”: At Gilded Age “Poverty Parties,” the Rich Felt Free This bad old tradition isn’t quite dead.
How the Southern District of New York Flips Made Men What can the prosecution of organized crime units tell us about the investigations surrounding Donald Trump?
The Long Shadow of Scandal Over seven seasons, the show sometimes lost the (insanely complicated) plot, but it changed TV for good.
America’s New Favorite Song Finds Drake Saying “Sorry” for “Hotline Bling” With his latest No. 1, the rapper takes a page from Justin Bieber and breaks another record.