Why Erdogan’s consolidation of power should be cause for concern in every liberal democracy.
“We Ignored Those People Last Time”The New York Times’ Jeremy W. Peters defends his reporting on Trump supporters.
Border Patrol Agents Must Be Held AccountableThe Supreme Court’s ruling in Ziglar v. Abbasi, though, makes it very difficult for individuals to get justice when their constitutional rights are violated.
Where Family Separation BeganA case in El Paso shows the Flores settlement is the solution, not the problem.
Restaurant Owner Who Booted Sanders Has No Regrets: “I Would Have Done the Same Thing Again”
Katie Arrington, Who Defeated Rep. Mark Sanford in Primary, Seriously Injured in Car Crash
Trump’s New Argument: If We Don’t Separate Families at the Border, “Illegal Aliens” Will Murder American Kids
Trump’s DefendersAmerica has always been in conflict over who is entitled to its compassion.
A Bunch of Bald Eagles Died From Eating a Tainted Raccoon in What Is Probably Not a Good Omen for July 4 or Just in General
Sotomayor, Fourth Amendment VisionaryHow the Supreme Court vindicated the justice’s prescient theory of digital privacy.
The Donald Trump Election Brag TrackerHow long has it been since the president reminded us of his “massive landslide victory”?
The Angle: Justice Not for All EditionSlate’s daily newsletter on Justice Kagan’s conservatism, Koko’s fetish, and Hollywood’s surrender to the end of the world.
A Better Way to Diversify HarvardThe university favors the rich and overuses racial preferences in admissions. Here’s how the school should approach diversity instead.
A Historic Victory for PrivacyIn a landmark 5–4 decision, the Supreme Court rules that the Fourth Amendment protects cell phone location records.