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The Slatest Aug 30, 5:03 PM
Rams Release Michael Sam. Will Another NFL Team Pick Him Up?
Brow Beat Aug 30, 3:09 PM
If Christopher Nolan Directed The Incredibles
Brow Beat Aug 30, 12:45 PM
Singer Jonathan Kluth Uses His Car As an Instrument in This Great Video for “Squares”
The Slatest Aug 30, 12:26 PM
Obama Considers Delaying Immigration Reform
Bad Astronomy Aug 30, 11:57 AM
I Didn't Know We Had Warp-Capable Resupply Ships...
The Slatest Aug 30, 11:17 AM
U.N.: Syria Crisis Is “Biggest Humanitarian Emergency of Our Era”
The Slatest Aug 30, 10:32 AM
Federal Judge Nixes Key Parts of Texas Abortion Law
Wild Things Aug 30, 9:15 AM
What Happens When You Raise Walking Fish Entirely on Land?
Bad Astronomy Aug 30, 7:30 AM
Watch an Astronaut's Vine Video of a Spaceship Burning Up in Earth's Atmosphere!
Slate Money Aug 30, 7:30 AM
House of Cards: Magic and Probability Slate Money on card tricks, tech valuations, and investing in professional athletes.
Moneybox Aug 30, 7:30 AM
The 10 Fastest Growing Companies in New York City
Business Insider Aug 30, 7:18 AM
Scottish People Are Selling Their Independence Votes on eBay
Longform Aug 30, 7:15 AM
The Longform Guide to Modern Las Vegas Fear, loathing, and Britney Spears.
The Gist Aug 29, 8:51 PM
The Thing I Need to Do Before “I Do” The Gist and Emily Yoffe follow up with Dear Prudence writer “Young and Restless” from five years ago.
Weigel Aug 29, 7:29 PM
Mitch McConnell's Campaign Manager Resigns After Being Ensnared in Iowa Ron Paul Scandal
Moneybox Aug 29, 6:26 PM
At Work, Every Friday Should Be a Summer Friday
Politics Aug 29, 6:19 PM
What Immigration Crisis? Why Congress and President Obama are so eager to forget this summer’s “humanitarian crisis at the border.”
Brow Beat Aug 29, 5:55 PM
Beyoncé Didn’t Really Write That Poem, Everybody
Moneybox Aug 29, 5:11 PM
So You’re Rich for an American. Does that Make You Rich for New York?
Brow Beat Aug 29, 4:55 PM
Iggy Azalea’s “Fancy” Gets a Gilbert Gottfried Remix
Future Tense Aug 29, 4:19 PM
What a Swimming Pool Looks Like From the World’s Sharpest Commercial Satellite
Video Aug 29, 4:17 PM
Ice, Ice Baby The mystery of Death Valley's sliding rocks, solved.
Brow Beat Aug 29, 3:50 PM
How Taylor Swift Carefully Conquered the Pop Charts
Politics Aug 29, 3:37 PM
Romney 2016! The 2012 GOP nominee should run for president again. I’m not kidding.
Roads & Kingdoms Aug 29, 3:18 PM
In the Blood Bram Stoker’s great-grandnephew wants to attract visitors to the remote mountaintop the fictional Dracula may—or may not—have called home.
Weigel Aug 29, 2:57 PM
The Most Important Race That Will Absolutely Change the Course of American Politics
Politics Aug 29, 2:52 PM
When Did the Election Season Begin? It’s no longer Labor Day.
The World Aug 29, 2:51 PM
The Cruel Irony of NATO Membership: If You Want to Get In, There’s No Way You’re Getting In
Wild Things Aug 29, 2:42 PM
This Rare, White Lion Cub Is the Only Thing Cuter Than a Normal Lion Cub
Moneybox Aug 29, 2:15 PM
76 Ways to Make Money in Digital Media
Moneybox Aug 29, 2:00 PM
Who Gets to Be “Rich”? And why do most people seem to think they are “middle class”?
Brow Beat Aug 29, 1:44 PM
The Highs and Lows of the 2014 Summer Movie Season
Politics Aug 29, 1:17 PM
Keeping the Police Honest America’s police departments need greater accountability—and it must come from outside the forces.
The Slatest Aug 29, 1:00 PM
Iowa Politician Pleads Guilty to Illegally Taking Payments From Ron Paul Campaign
The Eye Aug 29, 1:00 PM
Britain Shames Its Ugliest New Buildings With an Annual Prize
Drink Aug 29, 12:43 PM
The Agents of Smash Whiskey smashes are really hot right now, and just the thing to cool you off on Labor Day.
Foreigners Aug 29, 12:31 PM
War in Europe Putin has invaded Ukraine. Is it hysterical to prepare for total war with Russia? Or is it naive not to?
The Vault Aug 29, 12:30 PM
The Testimony of a Laborer Forced Into Peonage in Early 20th-Century Alabama
Political Gabfest Aug 29, 12:28 PM
The “Gabfest to End All Gabfests” Edition Listen to Slate’s show about the potential for another government shutdown, a bizarre faceoff over the Export-Import bank, and the World War I centennial.
Slate Archives Aug 29, 12:21 PM
What Happened at Slate This Week? Slate’s news editor Chad Lorenz shares the stories that most intrigued him this week.