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The Tail-Wagging, Floppy-Eared Cynicism of Dogs
The Awards-Worthy Performance We Overlooked in 2018
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Widows Sneaks Big Ideas Into Genre-Film Form
Slate’s Editor Reflects on Four Years in Charge
David Plotz and Jacob Weisberg Say Goodbye to Julia Turner, and Julia Turner Says Goodbye to Slate
Every Kid Who Goes to the National Air and Space Museum Should See Themselves in the Stories
Salt Fat Acid Heat Has a Secret Ingredient of Its Own
Inspiring the Next Generation of Explorers
The Counterintuitive Coziness of Doctor Who
Evolving Roles for Women in the Military
The Mythic Melodrama of A Star Is Born
Outspoken Assessments of the Restaurant Scene’s Machismo
Toward a Unified Theory of Dad Jokes
Three Slate Editors, Including Jacob Weisberg, on Jacob Weisberg