Another Obstruction Angle
Was Trump intentionally trying to block the investigation into Flynn’s Turkey ties?
Why Did It Take So Long to Indict Paul Manafort?His alleged crimes stretch back to 2006.
Russian Trolls Are Still Co-Opting Black Organizers’ EventsFacebook banned them. That didn’t stop their mischief.
Robert Mueller’s Brilliant Strategy for Outmaneuvering Trump PardonsThe president cannot save Paul Manafort.
Facebook’s New PhilosophyWill emphasizing “time well spent” fix the company’s Russia problem—or just make it more money?
Carter Page Told Congressional Investigators Sessions Knew About His Mid-Campaign Moscow Trip
Trash Moths to the Trash FlameIf Then on the hearings on Facebook and Russian meddling, and an interview with Antonio García Martínez.
The “United Muslims of America” Are Coming for YouHow Russian trolls used Facebook to exploit the bigotries of Trump’s base.
How Russia Used Instagram to Influence the 2016 ElectionFacebook says 120,000 posts reached 20 million Americans. Here’s what they looked like.
A Long, Slow RevengeHow Vladimir Putin came to power, and why he wants to wreak havoc on the United States.
The “One Year and One Day” EditionListen to Slate’s show about Tuesday’s Democratic victories, Trump’s first year, and tech companies’ role in Russian meddling.
When State Election Boards Try to Increase Voting Machine Security, They Can Run Into Obstacles
A Timeline of Carter Page’s Contacts With RussiaThe Trump campaign adviser’s foreign dalliances, explained.
The Three Kinds of Election-Hacking ThreatsIt’s easy to conflate them, but each requires different solutions.
Russia Loves a Shunned U.S. SoldierHow Putin’s election-meddling campaign exploited America’s resentful, misunderstood veterans.
“We Never Saw This Coming”Antonio García Martínez, Facebook’s former ads manager, says the company couldn’t imagine its tools would ever be used to meddle in an election.
Here Are Some of the Social Media Posts That Russia Used to Meddle in the 2016 ElectionThey're aimed at everything from Black Lives Matter to Sharia law.
Congress Is Asking Facebook, Google, and Twitter All the Right QuestionsWell, except for Ted Cruz.