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Sue you, E.U. Ferry Biedermann
As tensions between Israel and Europe rise, Israeli victims of a Palestinian attack are suing the European Union for giving money to the Palestinian Authority.
June 1, 2002 11:15PM (UTC)
Scenes from the class struggle on Long Island Carina Chocano
Barbara Kopple's "The Hamptons" offers a dishy, surprisingly soft-focus vision of the summer playground for America's elite and those who want to be them.
June 2, 2002 12:00AM (UTC)
Nothing Personal Amy Reiter
Portman shares doll sex habits; Cindy bares soul on mole; Beaver declares itchiness. Plus: Lance gets cocky in Moscow.
June 3, 2002 8:06PM (UTC)
What really happened at No Gun Ri? Judith Greer
An Army major says the Associated Press' Pulitzer-winning story of American soldiers massacring Korean civilians is grossly exaggerated and dishonest.
June 3, 2002 10:15PM (UTC)
Salon Books recommends Salon Staff
Neil Gaiman's creepy new kids book and more of our favorite new titles.
June 3, 2002 10:59PM (UTC)
Literary Daybook the Salon Books Editors
Real and imaginary events of interest to readers.
June 3, 2002 11:00PM (UTC)
Welcome to the occupation Chris Colin
Maple Razsa, an organizer from last year's living wage sit-in at Harvard, talks about his documentary on the event, snooping administrators and Oprah's take on poverty.
June 3, 2002 11:00PM (UTC)
Nissan vs. Nissan Andrew Leonard
Is a North Carolina businessman a cybersquatter unfairly pirating the car maker's brand name, or something even worse: A spammer of journalists?
June 4, 2002 12:00AM (UTC)
Masterpiece: "Fight the Power" Laura K. Warrell
Public Enemy's explosive 1989 hit single brought hip-hop to the mainstream -- and brought revolutionary anger back to pop.
June 4, 2002 12:00AM (UTC)
Particle visions Read by Simon Prebble
Famed physicist Stephen Hawking tackles the predictability of the future and flaws of astrology in an excerpt from his book "The Universe in a Nutshell."
June 4, 2002 12:05AM (UTC)
Rabid watchdog Jennifer Liberto
While attacking what it sees as a vast, right-wing media conspiracy, an anonymous Web site has led to a growing media mystery: Who is behind Media Whores Online?
June 4, 2002 1:06AM (UTC)
Literary Daybook the Salon Books Editors
Real and imaginary events of interest to readers.
June 4, 2002 12:00PM (UTC)
Painting Tinseltown red Michelle Goldberg
Two academics are so eager to find socialist themes in classic Hollywood films that they wind up lending credence to McCarthyism.
June 4, 2002 9:53PM (UTC)
Crippled logic Gary Presley
Who was she to kill herself? If anyone deserved that bullet, I did -- a bitter fool in a wheelchair.
June 4, 2002 11:00PM (UTC)
Since you asked ... Cary Tennis
Is it possible to raise a family without frequent blow jobs?
June 4, 2002 11:00PM (UTC)

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