The Wine EditionKarl Storchmann of the Journal of Wine Economics discusses how wine ratings affect prices and how to decide what to spend on your bottle.
“A Modest Affair in Which I Will Entertain 100 or So People”Two future Slate grooms debate the importance of wedding planning.
The Cost of Employment EditionAbove the Law’s Elie Mystal talks about quitting big law, quitting your student debt, and quitting—whether you like it or not—your job as Twitter’s CEO.
Elizabeth Warren Wants Colleges to Pay a Price When Students Can’t Pay Their Loans. Great Idea.
The Punch Bowl EditionOur hosts answer your questions about the Fed, inflation and equities, and the financial crises in Greece and Argentina.
“Pure Applesauce” and “Jiggery-Pokery”: Linguistic Highlights From Scalia’s Obamacare Dissent
The Jordan-o-Rama EditionUniversity of Wisconsin math professor Jordan Ellenberg stops by to talk about beating the lottery, academia’s tenure conundrum, and whether Uber drivers are employees.
A Sign That Washington Might Be Charging Grad Students Too Much Interest for Their Student Loans
Apple’s New Streaming Music Service Looks Boring, Derivative, and Inessential. It Could Still Be a Hit.
Why Bernie Sanders Is the Left’s Ron Paul He isn’t going to win his party’s nomination, but his popularity still matters.
How Politics Gutted Workplace Safety In the 1980s, OSHA was forced to put business interests above worker protections. It’s still falling short.
The XX Factor
Michael Eisner’s Comment That Beautiful Women Aren’t Funny Says More About Eisner Than Women
Colbert’s New Late Show Marquee Is the Best Pizza Ad Ever. Update: The Pizza Place Reacts.
The Reddit Blackout Isn’t About One Fired Employee. It’s About a Dysfunctional Relationship at Reddit’s Core.