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Slate, The Week, Foreign Policy Post Record Traffic in May

More good stuff from news-packed May: Slate and the websites for The Week and Foreign Policy set record traffic marks.

For Slate.com, it set a record of 15 million unique visits, and broke the 100 million page view mark for the first time. The Week’s website set records for unique visitors at 1.86 million, and hit an all-time high with seven million page views.

Foreign Policy’s site did well too. It set a record for unique views with almost three million, and grabbed 21.4 million page views in May, beating its previous high of 13.4 million.

Thanks for dying Osama! Too soon? Yeah, probably too soon.

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