Customer complaint letters: Pick the winner!
A pre-existing health-conditions study says half the country is uninsurable.
Customer complaint letters: A reader contest.
Republicans are right: Obamacare’s high-risk pools were a dumb idea. But it was their dumb idea.
Why was it so hard to kick Loughner out of Pima Community College?
The Fed enters the skirmish over debit card fees.
Why self-regulation of children’s advertising is a joke.
How businesses cope with rage-filled customers.
Hundred-dollar bills are for criminals and sociopaths. Why do we still print them?
Is the Better Business Bureau a protection racket?
This Christmas, why not make your gifts especially expensive and thoughtless?
A Senate committee puts the spotlight on the crap health insurance given fast-food workers.
Slate readers’ alternatives to the FDA’s proposed anti-smoking graphics.
Crap health coverage wins a regulatory victory.
Slate’s guide to sneaky airline fees.
How “mortgage assistance relief” companies prey on homeowners facing foreclosure.
How to avoid paying the sucker rate for a New York Times subscription.
The Alabama pain-relief cartel.
Will GOP gains halt a regulatory renaissance?
Why the government is making TV manufacturers disclose energy use.