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Full Slate
Sports Nut May 22, 3:06 PM
How Things Break Ali fought Liston 50 years ago. Two legends were born, but another was broken.
Outward May 22, 2:53 PM
Of Course We Should Condemn Josh Duggar. We Should Also Pity Him.
Politics May 22, 2:48 PM
Hillary’s Bubbles Why Clinton’s longtime friends and confidants pose a special challenge for her presidential ambitions.
Bad Astronomy May 22, 2:42 PM
Ride Along with the SpaceX Dragon Capsule As It Rockets into the Sky
The Kids May 22, 2:41 PM
Be Very Afraid of Ticks The threat of tick-borne diseases is serious and growing. And you’re probably not doing enough to protect your family.
Future Tense May 22, 2:37 PM
Who Owns the Software in the Car You Bought?
Moneybox May 22, 2:24 PM
eBay Joins the Turf War for Amazon Prime Subscribers With Its Own Loyalty Program
The Slatest May 22, 1:54 PM
Kim Jong-un's Brother Attends Eric Clapton Concert at Royal Albert Hall
Education May 22, 1:51 PM
College Students Are Not Customers This idiotic political shorthand needs to die, once and for all.
The XX Factor May 22, 1:44 PM
It's Not Just Josh Duggar—A String of Sex-Abuse Scandals Have Recently Rocked Christian Fundamentalism
The Slatest May 22, 1:42 PM
ISIS Has Taken Credit for Today's Attack on Saudi Shiites, but the Saudi Government Is Also Partly To Blame
Science May 22, 1:14 PM
Raindrops Are Mathematically Impossible Discover why every drop of rain is a minor mathematical miracle.
Brow Beat May 22, 1:11 PM
The Best Movies to Watch on Netflix This Weekend Before They Expire in June
Schooled May 22, 12:58 PM
How Teachers Would Design a Better System for Evaluating Teachers
Atlas Obscura May 22, 12:52 PM
A Copenhagen Museum’s Cabinet of Lost Noses
Inside Higher Ed May 22, 12:49 PM
Doing Their Fair Share? The Harvards of the world are awash in public funds for low-income students. Why aren’t they doing more to enroll them?
The XX Factor May 22, 12:25 PM
Hooray! A Birth Control Bill That Won’t Help Any Women Get Birth Control
The Slatest May 22, 12:02 PM
Michael Sam Signs With Canadian Football League, Season Begins in June
Science May 22, 11:56 AM
Spider Skies Why are millions of Australian spiders climbing to high points and jumping?
Brow Beat May 22, 11:49 AM
Bill Murray Is Getting His Own Christmas Special on Netflix
Wild Things May 22, 11:36 AM
Take Your Memorial Day Weekend Cues from These Two Sea Otters
The Vault May 22, 11:31 AM
"Caveat Emptor!": The First Anti-Slavery Pamphlet Published in New England
Lexicon Valley May 22, 11:23 AM
The Kick-Butt World of Cutthroat Compounds
Politics May 22, 11:14 AM
What Happened at Slate This Week? Assistant interactives editor Andrew Kahn on the best of Slate, from the history of slavery to Mad Men.
Brow Beat May 22, 11:12 AM
All Men Must Sing in Coldplay’s Full Game of Thrones Musical    
The Slatest May 22, 11:03 AM
Eiffel Tower Staff Stage Walkout Over Pickpocket Threat
Behold May 22, 11:00 AM
Real-Life Tarot Cards That Celebrate the Power of Creativity in Haiti
Music May 22, 10:41 AM
The Musical Omnivore’s Dilemma Jim O’Rourke helped take the guilt out of the “guilty pleasure.” On his new album, he returns to find that pop has moved beyond it.
Political Gabfest May 22, 10:39 AM
The “Osama Bin Laden Sure Read Boring Books” Edition Listen to Slate’s show about Osama Bin Laden’s reading list, Columbia University’s “Mattress Girl,” and gender dynamics on Capitol Hill and the Upper East Side.
Drink May 22, 10:31 AM
Pineapple Excess A guide to the piña colada, the sweetest, silliest drink of summer.
Future Tense May 22, 10:10 AM
Honeybees at a Crossroads Drought, pesticides, diseases—it’s not a good time to be a bee.
Outward May 22, 10:04 AM
A High School Teacher Was Forced to Resign for Sharing an Allen Ginsberg Poem. How Absurd.
Live at Politics & Prose May 22, 9:52 AM
Mona Eltahawy: Women Are Fighting Two Revolutions The author discusses her new book at Politics & Prose in Washington, D.C.
The Slatest May 22, 9:38 AM
Suspect in D.C. Home-Invasion Quadruple Murder Found, Arrested
Roads & Kingdoms May 22, 9:27 AM
Marooned in the Desert Sixty-seven years after the Arab-Israeli War, 3,000 Palestinians remain forgotten and stateless in rural Egypt.
Video May 22, 9:21 AM
One of the Scariest Things About Movie Clowns? Their toys.
Brow Beat May 22, 9:17 AM
It’s Time to Stop Praising Authors for Being “Good at the Internet”
The Eye May 22, 9:04 AM
This New Service Wants to Be the iTunes for Fonts
Brow Beat May 22, 8:32 AM
I’ve Given Up on Healthy Desserts. Now I Make My Kids Cookies That Taste Like Candy.
Brow Beat May 22, 8:02 AM
Someone Mashed Up Mad Max and Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt, Because Females Are Strong As Hell