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Outward Apr 25, 8:01 AM
After Obergefell, Same-Sex Marriage Feels Normal. But in the 1970s, It Was a Radical Idea.
Future Tense Apr 25, 7:15 AM
What Synthetic Biology Has in Common With Queer Theory Deciding what organisms (and people!) are “related” to each other is more complicated than it seems.
Technology Apr 25, 5:45 AM
Elon Musk Is Telling Fairy Tales His startup ideas always sound impossible. That might be why they work.
Brow Beat Apr 25, 1:10 AM
Universal Buys Elyse Hollander’s Madonna Biopic Script Blond Ambition
Brow Beat Apr 25, 12:09 AM
Seth Meyers Looks at Trump’s First 100 Days, Is Not Very Impressed
The Slatest Apr 24, 9:41 PM
Guards Cut the Water and a Mentally Ill Prisoner Died of Dehydration. Now, They Could Face Charges.
Jurisprudence Apr 24, 8:46 PM
Back at the Supreme Court, After Garland It’s strange being back in this place, and stranger still to hear them debate lunacy.
The Slatest Apr 24, 8:16 PM
Bill O’Reilly Just Put Out a Podcast—and He Sounded a Lot Like Donald Trump
The Slatest Apr 24, 8:03 PM
State Department Removes Blog Post Promoting Trump’s Mar-a-Lago After Complaints
The Slatest Apr 24, 7:43 PM
Mark Halperin Was Right. Sitting Next to a Dog on a Plane Is the Worst.
The Slatest Apr 24, 6:36 PM
Is the Senate Actually Going to Start Investigating Russia, or What?
The Gist Apr 24, 6:29 PM
Moshe Kasher Is Not an Activist Comedy Central’s Problematic is part talk show and part town hall, tilting at a variety of incendiary topics and urging candid discussion. Can it also be funny?
The XX Factor Apr 24, 6:21 PM
A Michigan Case Triggers Debate Over the Terminology for Female Genital Mutilation
Hang Up And Listen Apr 24, 6:17 PM
Hang Up and Listen: The Take That for Data Edition Slate’s sports podcast on the NBA playoffs, breaking the two-hour marathon, and a Barkley Marathons follow-up.
The Slatest Apr 24, 6:10 PM
Today in Conservative Media: A Toast to Marine Le Pen
Jurisprudence Apr 24, 6:05 PM
The Empty Waistband In a biting dissent, Justice Sotomayor takes aim at the lie that lets police officers shoot unarmed men with impunity.
The Slatest Apr 24, 5:56 PM
Republican Judge Resigns to Protest North Carolina GOP’s Attack on Courts
The Angle Apr 24, 5:53 PM
The Angle: Would Be, Will Be, Is Edition Slate’s daily newsletter on the March for Science, the Alex Jones trial, and Trump’s sense of time.
Politics Apr 24, 5:46 PM
Trump’s Defining Trait It’s his insecurity. Why that should frighten us all.
Politics Apr 24, 5:27 PM
Smooth Move Donald Trump’s idiotic shutdown threat could destroy his presidency.
The Slatest Apr 24, 5:02 PM
Berkeley Republicans Sue Over Ann Coulter Event
Brow Beat Apr 24, 4:45 PM
It’s Time to Get Excited About Ian McShane as Mr. Wednesday, American Gods Fans
Interrogation Apr 24, 4:38 PM
“He’s Learning on the Job” A lonely Trump defender in the academy attempts to continue defending Trump.
Moneybox Apr 24, 4:36 PM
People Are Ordering Books on Twitter to Save a Piers-Morgan–Trolling Indie Bookstore
Brow Beat Apr 24, 3:54 PM
Frank Stand-Up and a Stuffed Pug in the Trailer for Maria Bamford’s New Netflix Special
The Slatest Apr 24, 3:40 PM
Trump’s Mystical Grasp of Time Is Straining the Limits of Grammar
The XX Factor Apr 24, 3:17 PM
How Would Macron’s Teacher-Student Romance Play In the Media If He Were a Woman?
Dear Prudence Apr 24, 3:07 PM
Couldn’t Help It Prudie advises a letter writer who tried to assist a woman getting into her wheelchair and made her cry.
Dear Prudence Apr 24, 3:03 PM
Help! My Mansplaining Boyfriend Keeps Telling Me I’m Doing It Wrong. Dear Prudence answers more of your questions—only for Slate Plus members.
The Slatest Apr 24, 2:12 PM
Electing Technocrats Like Emmanuel Macron Won’t Solve Europe’s Populist Backlash
Science Apr 24, 1:27 PM
The Problem With the March for Science Our culture’s understanding of science is very, very broken, and on Saturday, it was impossible to ignore.
Video Apr 24, 1:24 PM
Punching a Raw Chicken Filled With Walnuts And other triumphs of film sound design.
Books Apr 24, 12:52 PM
She Was Right All Along Paula Hawkins tries to create a formula in her follow-up to The Girl on the Train.
Brow Beat Apr 24, 12:50 PM
Frank Ocean Is Back With Another New Song, “Lens”
The Good Fight Apr 24, 12:46 PM
The Real Lessons of the French Election Far from a triumph for liberal democracy, the results show just how imperiled it continues to be.
Trumpcast Apr 24, 12:41 PM
Opaque and Conflicted What happens when an administration doesn’t take ethics seriously?
The World Apr 24, 12:09 PM
The Republic Will Stand Why there won’t be a Trump- or Brexit-style surprise in the French election.
Brow Beat Apr 24, 9:54 AM
Funny or Die Eavesdrops on Fox News’ Human Resources Hotline
Brow Beat Apr 24, 9:38 AM
John Oliver Warns Liberals Not to Trust Ivanka Trump: “The Apple Does Not Fall Far From the Orange”
Brow Beat Apr 24, 9:33 AM
Why Are All the Gays Still Obsessed With Big Little Lies?

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