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Welcome to What Next, Slate’s Daily Podcast to Help You Make Sense of the News
Former NYT Editor Pushes Back on Trump Praise of Her Book as He Attacks Media
A Massive New Hack Is a Nightmare for Germany’s Politicians, and a Dilemma for Its Journalists
Why Liberal Values Are Universal
Brazil’s New President Declared War on the Media. They’re Starting to Fight Back.
Polarization Doesn’t Have to Be a Self-Fulfilling Prophecy
Tavi Gevinson on Why Rookie Had to End
The Weekly Standard’s Dismantling Is Terrible News for Conservatism and Journalism
Why Nancy Pelosi’s Quiet Trump Burn Was Uniquely Satisfying
The Awards-Worthy Performance We Overlooked in 2018
What Peter Sagal Talks About When He Talks About Running
Julian Assange Should Only Be Prosecuted if He Closely Collaborated With Russian Intelligence
CNN’s Jim Acosta Permanently Allowed Back Into White House—if He Follows the New “Rules”
Facebook’s Response to the Damning New York Times Story Only Proved the Times’ Point
CNN Will Win Its Lawsuit to Have Jim Acosta’s White House Press Pass Restored
Composer Ennio Morricone Denies Reports That He Called Quentin Tarantino a “Cretin” Whose Movies Are “Trash”
A NYT Reporter on What Happened to the Needle on Election Night (and Also What Happened on Election Night)
Trump’s Caught the Press in His Narcissistic Web. Here’s How It Can Untangle Itself.