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Slate - Politics

A Polling Site in Kansas Is Literally Getting Out of Dodge (Which Will Make It Harder for Hispanics in Dodge to Vote)

A Polling Site in Kansas Is Literally Getting Out of Dodge (Which Will Make It Harder for Hispanics in Dodge to Vote)

The Associated Press has a story out of Dodge City, Kansas that seems funny at first and then turns into a solid 2018-style bummer. Here’s the headline: Iconic Dodge City moves its only polling
Why Trump’s Supporters Will Believe Any Lie He Tells

Why Trump’s Supporters Will Believe Any Lie He Tells

President Donald Trump has been bending and breaking laws all of his life. Michael Cohen, his longtime personal lawyer, stated under oath that Trump directed him to violate federal campaign finance
Ivanka Trump Lived Up to the Family Name With This Shady Real Estate Enterprise, Investigation Finds

Ivanka Trump Lived Up to the Family Name With This Shady Real Estate Enterprise, Investigation Finds

When it came to selling condos in Panama, Ivanka Trump really was her father’s daughter. WNYC and ProPublica published the definitive account of the Trump Panama project (which included a bizarre
A Devil’s Bargain

A Devil’s Bargain

Last weekend, the fancy Metropolitan Republican Club, on Manhattan’s Upper East Side, hosted the Proud Boys’ Gavin McInnes. The ex-founder of Vice magazine, failed stand-up comic, and current leader
Here’s How Louis C.K. Ends Up Onstage at the Comedy Cellar

Here’s How Louis C.K. Ends Up Onstage at the Comedy Cellar

The Comedy Cellar was New York’s premier comedy club even before featuring in every episode of Louie, the hit FX show starring Louis C.K. Now, the comedian is attempting something of a comeback by way
I Have to Ask: The Lynsey Addario Edition

I Have to Ask: The Lynsey Addario Edition

Listen to I Have to Ask via Apple Podcasts, Overcast, Spotify, Stitcher, or Google Play. Lynsey Addario is a Pulitzer Prize–winning photographer whose work is collected in the new book Of Love &
The Lawsuit Against the Trump Campaign That Could Have Dangerous Consequences for a Free Press

The Lawsuit Against the Trump Campaign That Could Have Dangerous Consequences for a Free Press

During the 2016 campaign, Donald Trump eagerly exploited emails that Russian intelligence agencies stole from the Democratic National Committee and Clinton campaign officials, and then released
The Most Subtly Infuriating Thing About Trump Praising the Congressman who Assaulted a Reporter

The Most Subtly Infuriating Thing About Trump Praising the Congressman who Assaulted a Reporter

On Thursday night president Donald Trump held another campaign rally at which he said some inappropriate stuff to rile up the libs. This one was in Montana, so Trump’s inappropriate comments concerned
New Republican Talking Point: Jamal Khashoggi Was No Angel

New Republican Talking Point: Jamal Khashoggi Was No Angel

With the Saudi monarchy’s denials of responsibility for the killing of Jamal Khashoggi becoming harder and harder to believe as time goes on, the regime’s American defenders appear to be shifting to
The Missouri Senate Debate Was Oddly Civil and Surprisingly Illuminating

The Missouri Senate Debate Was Oddly Civil and Surprisingly Illuminating

With less than three weeks until Election Day, Democratic Sen. Claire McCaskill and Republican challenger Josh Hawley sit about as close as two candidates can get in the polls. The Missouri incumbent
Republicans Are Running on Health Care for Pre-Existing Conditions. It’s a Lie.

Republicans Are Running on Health Care for Pre-Existing Conditions. It’s a Lie.

Congressional Republicans spent much of 2017 trying to repeal the Affordable Care Act. After a failed drive to pass a repeal bill—the American Health Care Act—they successfully voted to end the
Arkansas Radio Ad Caricatures Black Women and Suggests a Return to Lynchings if Democrats Win

Arkansas Radio Ad Caricatures Black Women and Suggests a Return to Lynchings if Democrats Win

A Republican congressman in Arkansas has distanced himself from a radio ad that ran in support of him Thursday, condemning it as “outrageous.” The ad, paid for by a conservative group called Black
The GOP Doesn’t Trust Women

The GOP Doesn’t Trust Women

You could be forgiven if you missed the pivot. For a few days after her testimony, Donald Trump and Senate Republicans feigned regard for Christine Blasey Ford’s veracity and pain. Then, in the blink
Slate News Quiz

Slate News Quiz

Welcome to Slate’s weekly news quiz. It’s Friday, which means it’s time to test your knowledge of the week’s news events. Your host, Ray Hamel, has concocted questions on news topics ranging from
Trump Says Montana Congressman Who Pleaded Guilty to Physically Assaulting a Reporter Is “My Kind of Guy”

Trump Says Montana Congressman Who Pleaded Guilty to Physically Assaulting a Reporter Is “My Kind of Guy”

During a campaign stop in Missoula, Montana Thursday evening, President Trump praised Rep. Greg Gianforte, the state’s lone representative in the House, for assaulting a reporter on the eve of the May
Twitter Reportedly Suspends Network of Bots Pushing Pro-Saudi Disinformation on Suspected Khashoggi Murder

Twitter Reportedly Suspends Network of Bots Pushing Pro-Saudi Disinformation on Suspected Khashoggi Murder

If you thought social media platforms, like Facebook and Twitter, had cleaned up the reams of misinformation online and prohibited actors from manipulating the platform and thereby the users of that
Land of (Only Some) Opportunity

Land of (Only Some) Opportunity

Listen to Slate’s The Gist: Listen to The Gist via Apple Podcasts, Overcast, Spotify, Stitcher, or Google Play. On The Gist, Democrats might actually be winning. Supporters of open immigration
Federal Prosecutors Open Investigation Into Clergy Sexual Abuse in Pennsylvania

Federal Prosecutors Open Investigation Into Clergy Sexual Abuse in Pennsylvania

The Justice Department has launched a federal investigation into sexual abuse by clergy across Pennsylvania, the Associated Press reported Thursday. The move is considered a major step in addressing
The “Cheek Swab” Edition

The “Cheek Swab” Edition

To listen to the discussion, use the player below: Listen to Slate’s Political Gabfest via Apple Podcasts, Overcast, Spotify, Stitcher, or Google Play. On this week’s Slate Political Gabfest, Emily
Georgia Is Using Amateur Handwriting Analysis to Disenfranchise Minority Voters

Georgia Is Using Amateur Handwriting Analysis to Disenfranchise Minority Voters

Say you live in Georgia. You’re eager to vote in this year’s election—a tight race between Democrat Stacey Abrams and Republican Trump acolyte Brian Kemp—so you fill out an absentee ballot and mail it