Nicki Minaj’s New Video Is a Celebration of Her Butt
Two Years on Mars
The Clever Photographic Trick That Makes a Family’s Everyday Life Seem Magical
How an Executive Order on Immigration Could Help Startups
Israeli Attack Kills Wife and Child of Hamas's Military Commander
With the Unrest in Ferguson, Masters of Sex Has Become Surprisingly Topical
Why Ikea Is Making a Deal With Its No. 1 Hacker
Ebola Is Not God’s Wrath
Religious leaders are perpetuating dangerous, dehumanizing beliefs about sin and disease.
The Latest on Ferguson: QuikTrip Was Burned Because of Michael Brown Rumor
The Culture Gabfest “Precision of Language” Edition
Slate’s Culture Gabfest on The Giver, ironic misandry, and movie soundtracks.
How James Foley Fell Into the Hands of ISIS
The Best Fictional Mixtapes from Books and Movies
This Poisonous Plant Is Wanted in 50 States
It’s Time for Americans to Fall in Love With Sarah Lancashire, the Star of Happy Valley
Should the U.S. Be Responsible for Stopping Genocides in Other Countries?
Hey, What’s 10 Billion Tons of CO2 Between Friends?
One Tough Female Detective and Hardly Any Guns
If you like Prime Suspect and The Fall, watch Happy Valley.
Please Allow Me to Be Grossed Out by My Boyfriend’s Unibrow
Listen to two Slate writers revisit a discussion about body image and body shaming.
What Makes People Look Like Their Pets?
The eyes are a window to the ego.
Ferguson FAQ: What Charge Is Darren Wilson Facing and Other Questions Answered
Here's “Girls Just Wanna Have Fun” Done as a Vintage 1912 Waltz
Watch the Trailer for Men, Women & Children, Jason Reitman’s Latest Film
Rick Perry Turns Himself in for Booking on Felony Indictment
Is It Better to Have Primaried and Lost, or Never to Have Primaried at All?
The Gist looks at polling data to predict who’s going to control the Senate and beyond.
Why the Media Is Siding With the Protesters
It isn’t simply because of tear gas and rubber bullets.
Taking Photos in Ferguson
What it’s like to shoot the police when it seems like the police might shoot you.
Why the Fires in Ferguson Won’t End Soon
The tensions have been building for a long time, and even justice for Michael Brown won’t change that.
Symantec Is Ditching Antivirus for an All-in-One Norton Security Suite
Here Is Everything We Know About The Avengers 2: Age of Ultron
ISIS Reportedly Beheads American Photojournalist in Iraq
The NFL Wants Musicians to Pay for the Honor of Playing the Super Bowl
Bryan Cranston and Aaron Paul Get Back Together for Emmys Spoof With Julia Louis-Dreyfus
20 Foods You Didn’t Know You Could Freeze
In Australia, Businesses Get to Vote
But they’re not required to vote. Sydney conservatives want to change that.
The Family Research Council Stoops Low, Uses Robin Williams’ Death to Defend Ex-Gay Therapy
Record Number of Aid Workers Killed Around the World Last Year
Live at Politics & Prose
Alexandra Horowitz discusses her book at Politics & Prose.
Imgur, Reddit Team Up for Web Data Research Platform Aptly Named DERP
The War on Coal in the American Midwest
One of the nation’s biggest power producers is aggressively ramping down its reliance on coal.
Did Harry Potter Help Shape the Political Views of Millennials?