The Angle: Up Late Stressed EditionSlate's daily newsletter on Hillary the grown-up, ballot selfies, and Trump anxiety.
Standing TallThe Sioux’s battle against a Dakota oil pipeline is a galvanizing social justice movement for Native Americans.
Dean Baquet Doesn’t Think Donald Trump Is the Media’s FaultThe New York Times executive editor on the challenges of covering the candidate and how the paper decided to call him a liar.
The Clintons Didn’t Screw Up Haiti Alone. You Helped.Trump has turned Haiti into the new symbol of Bill and Hillary’s crookedness. If only things were that simple.
Parking While BlackThe courts are about to decide if police have another legal method for harassing black citizens.
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The Professor, the Cop, and the PresidentAfter the “beer summit,” the fallacy of a post-racial America was over—and white citizens never thought of Barack Obama the same way again.
Obama’s Last U.N. Address Was One of His Best SpeechesThe president asks world leaders to reject fundamentalism and racism and promote a civil society.
Trump vs. Clinton: Who’s Winning Today’s Forecasts of Who Will Win the Election?Find out with the Slate ~100 Percent Accurate Electoral Forecast Averagifier.
Prosecuting Wells Fargo Executives Won’t Solve AnythingI know. I helped prosecute the executives at the center of Enron.
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How Did Chicago Get So Violent?Did the effort to eradicate the city’s gangs in the 1990s inadvertently lead to its bloody present?
Voters Want Hillary Clinton to be the GrownupWhy she can’t stoop to Donald Trump’s level at the debates.
The Angle: Making of Addy EditionSlate’s daily newsletter on “frequent flyers,” the Clintons in Haiti, and the first black American Girl doll.
When Second Amendment Rights Need DefendingLiberals are failing immigrants, medical marijuana users, and the disabled on gun rights.
The Angle: Blue-Gray EditionSlate’s daily newsletter on Obama’s U.N. address, industry-funded science, and a new crossword feature.
Legally Justifiable Police Shootings Aren’t Always Morally Defensible. So Says Charlotte’s Top Cop.How will Police Chief Kerr Putney handle outrage over the killing of Keith Lamont Scott?
The Angle: Fishing for Millennials EditionSlate’s daily newsletter on power couples, sexual assault in high schools, and Hillary’s pitch to the young.
State-Sponsored ChristianityA federal appeals court just told religious minorities to stop being so whiny.
The Angle: Don’t Call Me EditionSlate’s daily newsletter on the Emmys, gay anti-gun activism, and the end of the phone call.
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The Prawn WarIn the narrow strait between India and Sri Lanka, fishermen are locked in a deadly battle over dwindling catches.
The Angle: Not That Guy EditionSlate’s daily newsletter on Trump and Oz, Kony 2012, and why liberals shouldn’t vote for Gary Johnson.
How to Play the National Media, in Eight Simple StepsDonald Trump’s birther event was a living, breathing act of media criticism.
The Leaky Myths of SnowdenOliver Stone’s new movie about Edward Snowden is a fairy tale and a bore.