LeBron James and Teammates Will Boycott Trump-Branded Team Hotel When Playing in New York
Hang Up And Listen
Hang Up and Listen: The Japan’s Babe Ruth Edition Slate’s sports podcast on Shohei Otani, J.R. Smith, and marketing football to kids.
The XX Factor
Michelle Obama’s Festive Gucci Gown May Be One of the Last Ones We Get to Ooh and Ahh Over
The “How Does an Imam Work?” Edition Imam Talib M. Shareef talks about running one of Washington’s oldest mosques.
The Angle: Lemonade Stand Edition Slate’s daily newsletter on a DAPL development, favorite books of 2016, and government by gimmickry.
The Blueprint for Trumpcare Vox writer Sarah Kliff has read seven possible Republican health care plans. Here’s what she learned.
Is Paul Ryan Really Crazy Enough to Take on Medicare? Maybe Donald Trump isn’t the one who needs restraining.
Trump’s Worst Enablers Are Establishment Republicans His conspiracy-mongering will be fine by them so long as he signs their legislation.
Not Ready for My Close-Up Prudie counsels an artist who can’t shake off scathing blog reviews.
Help! I Made a Spectacularly Unsmooth Move on My Co-Worker. Dear Prudence answers more of your questions—only for Slate Plus members.
Actually, Paul Ryan, the President’s Words Do Matter Trump’s defenders say his lying tweets aren’t to be taken literally. They are sending us down a terrible road.
Live at Politics & Prose
Laura Jane Grace on Her True Self The Against Me lead singer speaks with Dan Ozzi about her memoir, Tranny.
It’s Not Just Pizzagate. Son of Trump’s National Security Adviser Believes These Vile Things Too.
New President, New Twitter Followers? Is there a case for resetting the count to zero on Inauguration Day?
The Companies Behind the Dakota Access Pipeline Don’t Think They’ve Lost They’re pretty sure corporations will always get their way under President Trump.
Trump Isn’t an Anti-Vaxxer. He’s a Slow Vaxxer. His position is still a nonsensical attack on science. It also helps explain his appeal.