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Op-Ed: What does Mike Huckabee get wrong about science? A lot, it seems

What does Mike Huckabee get wrong about science? I did some digging and came to the conclusion that perhaps the question should be: "Does Mike Huckabee ever get anything right about science?"

Op-Ed: Oscars event delivers two social media case studies

In the days following the Academy Awards, two social media case studies emerged thanks to Ellen Degeneres' "selfie" and to John Travolta's "Adele Dazeem."

GE Capital and Slate win Midas Award for content marketing effort

In 2013, GE Capital partnered with Slate to create the "Roadshow For Growth," and the long-form content strategy and tour was recently recognized with a Midas Award.

Renaissance and Slate win Adrian Award for content marketing work

In the 2013 hospitality category, Renaissance Hotels and SlateCustom took the bronze HSMAI Adrian Award for content marketing in support of the discerning business traveler - a recognition of content strategy in travel marketing.

Op-Ed: What do The New York Times' losses tell us about good journalism?

The New York Times just posted its 12th consecutive quarterly advertising revenue decline, claiming a "complex and fragmented" market is to blame — but is it something else?

Slate: Redesign accommodates content volume and audience growth

Slate magazine relaunched in a thorough redesign on Monday, bringing its content marketing offerings and its advertising into the middle of the conversation.

Long-form series on Slate examines the science of longevity

In Laura Helmuth's longevity series on Slate, she explores why we live so long in a long-form examination and invites the Slate audience to share their stories on what saved their lives.

George Bush's ancestor Thomas Walker, was notorious slave trader

A report by Slate's Simon Akam claims evidence that former President George W. Bush was a direct descendant of Thomas "Beau" Walker, one of the most notorious slave traders of the 18th Century.

Slate magazine hosts Schooner America sailing event on the Hudson Special

New York - Setting out on a beautiful late spring evening, Slate magazine's commercial team hosted its 2nd annual Hudson River sailing event.

Renaissance Hotels delivers native video experience on Slate

New York - Renaissance Hotels suggests we "live life to discover" in an exploratory native branded content video campaign that broke on Slate magazine on Tuesday.

Bed and breakfast innkeeper fantasy explored in 'Second Acts'

In the site's third installment of the 'Second Acts' editorial series, Slate's Emily Yoffe explores one woman's post-career move to own and operate a bed and breakfast.

Famed NCAA coach Andy Enfield shares his 'second act' with Slate

Following on Slate's Second Acts editorial theme, tech start-up wiz Andy Enfield explains how his experiences led him to coach an NCAA basketball team into the Sweet 16.

'Second Acts' editorial series celebrates life-pivots on Slate

F Scott Fitzgerald said 'There are no second acts in American lives,' and a crowd-sourcing and editorial series from Slate is seeking to debunk the famous Fitzgerald position.

GE's Roadshow For Growth visits Chicago, highlights investments

Chicago - Continuing the 20-city bus tour in celebration of achievements in the middle market, GE Capital's Roadshow For Growth visited Chicago and highlighted the investment commitments the firm has made in the windy city.

In a content marketing first, GE Capital hits the road with Slate

In a remarkable and dynamic first in the content marketing space, GE Capital and Slate magazine have partnered to deliver the middle market Roadshow For Growth - celebrating the job-oriented achievements of middle-market businesses.

The politics of Donald Trump featured in Slate breakfast event Special

Washington - At a breakfast event kicking off the White House Correspondents Dinner and hosted by Slate, John Dickerson and Jacob Weisberg explored the reason behind the politics of Donald Trump.

White House Correspondent's events kick off with media reception Special

Washington - On the eve of the White House Correspondents' Dinner this Saturday, the Washington Post threw a welcome reception for its advertising partners and kicked off a beltway press tradition. Claims Best Holiday Season Ever

Amazon declared the 2008 holiday season to be "the best ever, with over 6.3 million items ordered worldwide on the peak day December 15," according to Slate. The online retail giant was very evasive about providing sales data. Could it be Amazon.CON?

Op-Ed: Sarah Palin, The Stuff Dreams Are Made Of

Seriously. People are dreaming of Sarah Palin. The writers of Slate have shared some of those nighttime fantasies and are encouraging their readers to share their own dreams of Palin.

Microblogging On The Campaign Trail

Live reporting via microblogging tools is receiving a boost due to the US primaries. Various newspapers are sending their reporters on the campaign trail who are supplementing their stories with tweets about significant developments.

Looking for Mammon in the Muslim World

Skis and Skanks, Bedouins and the modern life.

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