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The Only Emergency on the Border Is Trump’s Lies
New York Weatherman Fired for On-Air Use of Racial Slur in Naming Martin Luther King Jr.
The Village Voice Film Poll Is Kaput—so I Crunched 85 Critics’ Top 10 Lists to Figure Out What Would Have Won This Year
Welcome to What Next, Slate’s Daily Podcast to Help You Make Sense of the News
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Muslims’ Duty for Service Shouldn’t Become a Photo-Op to Prove We’re Not Terrorists
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Federal Judge Rules BuzzFeed’s Publication of Explosive Steele Dossier Is Protected by First Amendment
Tavi Gevinson on Why Rookie Had to End
Failure to Prosecute AMI Is the Latest Example of DOJ’s Reluctance to Go After Large Corporations
The Weekly Standard’s Dismantling Is Terrible News for Conservatism and Journalism
What’s Behind Penthouse’s Confusing Turn Toward the Right?
The Media Is More Toxic Than Ever. So Where’s the Rage in Network on Broadway?
AMI’s Immunity Deal Is a Disaster for Donald Trump