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The XX Factor May 28, 3:07 PM
Phantom Skulls and Former Fetuses in Fisticuffs: It’s the Worst State of the Week Rankings
Family May 28, 2:54 PM
I Didn’t Like My Son’s Name So I changed it.
Jurisprudence May 28, 2:53 PM
The Brilliant Legal Strategy Behind the FIFA Bust FIFA isn’t the culprit—it’s the victim.
Brow Beat May 28, 2:26 PM
The Daily Show with Trevor Noah Will Premiere in September. Here’s the Trailer.
The Slatest May 28, 2:10 PM
Family-Values Warrior Battle Dome: Two Men Enter, No Man Leaves
Science May 28, 2:02 PM
Should You Trust the Calorie Counts on Your Food? It’s complicated.
Plus Roundups May 28, 1:50 PM
What We Like Right Now Our favorite picks for the week of May 25, curated by Slate writers and editors.
Brow Beat May 28, 1:46 PM
Us Weekly’s “25 Things” May Be the Best Magazine Feature in All of Media
Jurisprudence May 28, 1:38 PM
You’re All Out A defense attorney uncovers a brazen scheme to manipulate evidence, and prosecutors and police finally get caught.
Moneybox May 28, 1:35 PM
Jawbone Accuses Fitbit of Poaching Its Workers to Steal Its Secrets
Atlas Obscura May 28, 12:00 PM
Once a Year, Snorklers Race Each Other Across a Jet-Black Bog
Brow Beat May 28, 11:48 AM
This Paper Animation of the Twin Peaks Opening Credits Is Oddly Endearing
DoubleX Gabfest May 28, 11:22 AM
DoubleX Gabfest: The Thou Shalt Cruise Edition Listen to Slate’s show about the wife bonus.
The Slatest May 28, 11:16 AM
Clinton Foundation Took Money From Qatar and FIFA
Brow Beat May 28, 11:15 AM
Serial Is Coming Back With Two New Seasons
The Slatest May 28, 11:14 AM
Putin on FIFA Arrests: The U.S. Is Out to Ruin Russia’s World Cup
The Spot May 28, 11:05 AM
Olympics, FIFA, Congress, or Dictator? Take Our Bribery Quiz!
The Spot May 28, 11:00 AM
A Not So Brief History of Sepp Blatter's Crookedness
Science May 28, 10:30 AM
My Way on the Highway Why driving makes jerks of us all.
Brow Beat May 28, 9:59 AM
NBC’s New Drama Is a Strange, Cheap Exploitation of the Charles Manson Murders
Television May 28, 9:54 AM
The Perfect Pivot In its second season, Halt and Catch Fire has swiveled to become a different, better show.
Video May 28, 9:50 AM
Don Lemon Is the Worst Watch the CNN anchor’s most awkward, head-slapping moments in two grueling minutes.  
The Slatest May 28, 9:43 AM
Clinton Foundation Paid Blumenthal $10,000 a Month While He Gave Hillary Libya Advice
Meet Slate May 28, 9:16 AM
And Then You March In, According to Your Existential Importance in Life” A day in the life of Slate’s Supreme Court reporter.
The Eye May 28, 9:13 AM
The Grand, Eerie, Forgotten Architecture of Cuba’s National Art Schools
Behold May 28, 9:00 AM
Re-Creating Photographs With Play-Doh 
Brow Beat May 28, 8:32 AM
The Gross New Reality Show That Forces Poor Americans to Prove Their Virtue
Brow Beat May 28, 8:02 AM
Is Beyoncé Actually More #Onbeat Than Other People? A Dance Critic Explains.
Quora May 28, 7:17 AM
How Does Japan Treat Gay People?
Bad Astronomy May 28, 7:00 AM
47 Days to Pluto
Dear Prudence May 28, 6:00 AM
A Daughter’s Choice My boyfriend and I have sacrificed our future together to care for our sick mothers.
History May 28, 2:00 AM
Boyhood An astounding, one-of-a-kind trove of stories and drawings reveals what life was like for young men growing up in rural 19th-century America.
The Slatest May 27, 11:10 PM
Pentagon Mistakenly Sends Live Anthrax Samples to Labs Across the Country
Sports Nut May 27, 9:53 PM
Soccer Superpower The American justice system could actually bring down mighty FIFA.
Brow Beat May 27, 9:13 PM
Listen to the Rolling Stones’ Great, Never-Before-Heard Alternate Version of “Dead Flowers”
The Slatest May 27, 8:44 PM
Tracy Morgan Settles With Walmart Over Deadly 2014 Limo Accident
The Gist May 27, 8:37 PM
Living in the Post-Material World What happens when we get everything we’ve ever wanted? 
Politics May 27, 7:47 PM
The Big Show With so many GOP candidates vying for a spot on the debate stage, the stragglers have little choice: Wow them anyway you can.
Moneybox May 27, 7:43 PM
Los Angeles Unions Fought for a $15 Minimum Wage. Now They Want to Be Exempt From It.
Politics May 27, 7:22 PM
Balancing Act Democrats haven’t gone as far left as Republicans have gone right.

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