What if John Walker Lindh Had Gone on Trial? What More Would We Know?
Slate’s Mistakes for the Week of May 20
Trump Reportedly Keeps Pushing GOP Donor’s Construction Firm for Billion-Dollar Contract to Build Border Wall
17 New Counts of Violating the Espionage Act Ratchet Up Stakes in Case Against Julian Assange
In A New Documentary, Survivors of the Parkland Shooting Want Action, Not Pity.
I Get Super Turned On by Something That Mortifies Most Men. How Do I Ask for It in Bed?
I, for One, Am Displeased About Having to Pay for Trump’s New $16 Billion Farmer Bailout
One of Trump’s Attorneys Also Represents the Accused War Criminal He Might Pardon
Congress Needs to Take Responsibility for America’s Wars
The Angle: Is Josh Hawley the New Ted Cruz?
Josh Hawley Is Vying With Ted Cruz for the Mantle of Most Disingenuous, Least Principled Senator
Baltimore Is in the Midst of a Ransomware Attack. The City Shouldn’t Pay the Ransom.
My Violent Kitten Has Me Living in Terror. How Can I Calm Him?
What Happened to Congress Being a Co-Equal Branch of Government?
The Live-Action Aladdin Improves in Many Ways on the Original
The Difficulty of Treating a Child Who Has Been Separated From Her Mother
The Trailer for the Next Star Trek Show Is Mostly Just Picard Chilling in a Vineyard
Booksmart Is More Than Just a Queer, Gender-Flipped Superbad
The World’s Measurement System Changed and You Weren’t Supposed to Notice