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Impeachment and the Democrats: How will they screw this up? Let me count the ways
Thursday’s announcement by House Speaker Nancy Pelosi that Democrats are ready to vote articles of impeachment against ...
Graduate students do real work. Let us unionize.
This article originally appeared on Undark. In late September, the National Labor Relations Board (NLRB) proposed a ruling ...
The Brazilian cheese spread that makes for the tastiest stuffed peppers in the world
This story first appeared on Food52, an online community that gives you everything you need for a happier kitchen and home – ...
A dissolving exoplanet prophesies our solar system's final days
As human telescopes have improved, scientists have been blessed by the discovery of an incredible variety of unusual ...
"Silicon Valley" powers down for the last time, silently
A strong launch only means so much in television. The true measure of a series’ legacy is how it ends. But in 2019, making ...
Why it can be hard to stop eating even when you’re full: Some foods may be designed that way
All foods are not created equal. Most are palatable, or tasty to eat, which is helpful because we need to eat to survive. For ...
The piecemeal welfare state
My grandfather has plenty of wild stories about his undergraduate years at the University of California, but none is wilder ...
House Intelligence report on Trump is scathing — but who cares? The election is what matters
On Wednesday of last week, the House Intelligence Committee issued its impeachment report on President Trump. The facts are ...
What’s the value of your dog’s life, and why it matters
Americans love their pets, spending more than US$70 billion last year on their beloved companions. This far exceeds the $7 ...
Open source technology could be a boon to farmers
This story first appeared on Civil Eats. Robert Chang’s fellow small-scale farmers turn to each other when they need low-cost ...
"Irony and Outrage," part 2: Why Colbert got serious — and why Donald Trump isn't funny
These are tough times for independent journalism. If you value Salon's original reporting and commentary, we urge you to ...
What is the next pork belly? How meat trends start, sizzle, and ultimately fizzle out
After gently confirming that his work wouldn’t make me squeamish, Casey McKissick slides me a plate of fresh brisket poutine, ...