“It’s a combination of hosting a party and trying to put together a puzzle in your mind.”
The Computer Fraud and Abuse Act gets updated guidelines from the DOJ.
Publishing exec and TV-sync expert Mara Kuge says placing a song on a show is a songwriter’s jackpot.
Dorothy Roberts on what’s deadly, deliberate, and deeply rooted in Dobbs, and Amy Westervelt on how the court is just getting started with West Virginia v. EPA.
Slate Money talks abortion bans, coupons, and fake Basquiats.
Customers have reported a number of medical issues after consuming the company’s French Lentil + Leek Crumbles.
Talking dads who avoid your pronouns, with guest Noah Zazanis.
Apps and virtue signaling won’t save abortion rights, says legal analyst Imani Gandy.
Inside the world of mental health content creation
The Gabfest is live from Sixth & I in D.C. discussing new insurrection revelations, the overturning of Roe, and the legitimacy of the U.S. Supreme Court.
Part two of ‘teen talk’ with Dr. Joseph Currin.
“Your pitch needs to convey to a very busy person what the piece is actually going to be like.”
Cassidy Hutchinson’s testimony is a bombshell, but Trump’s still a long way from accountability.
It shows a lot of sympathy for its male protagonist. But is that a bad thing?
LGBTQ rights in the post-Dobbs era.
Slate’s Culture Gabfest on Elvis, The Old Man, and the New York Magazine viral article “Canceled at 17.”
One state senator’s fight for Uvalde and for modest gun law changes in the Lone Star State.
We all need to take a break for a little bit of internet joy.
Talking pronoun training, and when poly pulls apart, with guest Noah Zazanis.
Mississippi voted down fetal personhood in 2011. In 2022, it became the state that flipped Roe v. Wade.