Microsoft’s Imperfect 10 We can mock the decision to skip Windows 9, but the software giant still has a serious share of the market.
Here Are the Craziest Revelations From Sundance’s Hit Scientology Documentary, Going Clear
Blizzard Latest: NYC Subway to Close, Storm Could Permanently Alter Massachusetts Coastline
Recipe for a Five-Star Review Why the top-rated restaurants on Yelp are places you’ve never heard of.
Dropped Balls The Patriots became nearly fumble-proof after a 2006 rule change backed by Tom Brady.
Hang Up And Listen
Hang Up and Listen: The Good Sport, Bad Sport Edition Slate’s sports podcast on Deflategate. Plus, interviews with Super Bowl photographer John Biever and tennis player Tim Smyczek.
Protests Turned Deadly This Weekend in Egypt. President Sisi Doesn’t Really Have to Care.
The XX Factor
New Orleans Was Supposed to Get a New Planned Parenthood Clinic. Here's Why It's Still Not There.
Storm a-Brewin’—Let’s Hit Trader Joe’s! Americans get way too excited about stocking up before a storm.
One. Feeling. At a. Time. Björk’s Vulnicura, an album about disconnection that will make her listeners feel more connected to her than ever.
Pointing the Finger Who should be held liable when there’s a massive data breach at a big company?
The Longform Goodbye When alternative publications shutter, their staffs don’t go so easily.
The Lonely Gene Prudie advises an introvert who wants to help her daughter make friends at school.
View From Chicago
Why Do Judges and Politicians Flip-Flop? To investigate, Cass Sunstein and I conducted a series of surveys.
Meet Your Next Reality Star: A Transgender Conservative Christian Drag Queen Father of Three
Why de Blasio Was Right to Take on Criminal Justice Reform Reforming the NYPD is economic populism for New York City’s minorities.