He said dealmaking was his greatest strength. One hundred days in, let’s review.
You don’t have to hate Donald Trump to see he is bad at his job.
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Democrats must promise to investigate every aspect of the Trump administration, even if it takes decades.
How our panel of frustrated Republican voters view Trump’s first 100 days.
Trump finally reveals his big-time tax reform plan as he closes in on 100 days.
Slate’s daily newsletter on Trump’s blunder-packed first 100 days.
Kill the health care bill, or lose your seat.
All the tweets since Inauguration Day.
Why did Trump summon the entire Senate to the White House to tell them things they already know about North Korea?
North Korea’s nukes are a long-term worry, not an immediate crisis. Trump’s belligerence could change that.
The West Virginia Supreme Court debates whether an anti-gay hate crime is really a hate crime.
Congress needs to stop Sessions from prosecuting growers in states where marijuana is legal.
Slate’s daily newsletter on Comey’s fatal flaw, O'Reilly’s podcast, and Trump’s core character trait.
Don’t succumb to the winsome melodies of the gotcha sirens.
Donald Trump’s idiotic shutdown threat could destroy his presidency.
It’s his insecurity. Why that should frighten us all.
In a biting dissent, Justice Sotomayor takes aim at the lie that lets police officers shoot unarmed men with impunity.
Far from a triumph for liberal democracy, the results show just how imperiled it continues to be.
Slate’s daily newsletter on the March for Science, the Alex Jones trial, and Trump’s sense of time.
It’s strange being back in this place, and stranger still to hear them debate lunacy.
It’s not that he’s partisan. It’s that he’s blind to his own biases, which helped Trump get elected.
A lonely Trump defender in the academy attempts to continue defending Trump.
Alex Jones’ trial isn’t legally significant. But it’s still culturally terrifying.
Why there won’t be a Trump- or Brexit-style surprise in the French election.
The only way for anti-interventionists to succeed is to set specific policy goals.
Slate’s daily newsletter on weed legalization; The Handmaid’s Tale; and Hawaii, the 50th state.
In the Democratic Republic of Congo, artisanal mining is a remnant of the once-booming gem industry.
Why the president, who said last month that he had given up on health care, is blasting the media for saying he gave up on health care.
An ignorant American’s guide to the French election.