May 29, 2017 Archive May 2017

U.S. civil service’s preference for hiring military vets comes at a hidden cost

What if we're all complicit in Trump's monstrous presidency?

Want to support veterans? 4 tips for finding good charities

Guess who just replaced In-N-Out as America’s favorite burger?

Explaining the news to our kids: How to make sense of the nonsensical

What Comey’s firing means for other investigations into 2016 election

Last year on Memorial Day: Trump signals that America is "susceptible to fascist appeals"

Blackout blackout: The latest in the USDA’s ongoing attempts to stymie transparency

Supreme Court strikes a crucial blow against racial gerrymandering — but bigger battles lie ahead

5 of the most destructive right-wing Supreme Court decisions in American history

Trump budget would abandon public education for private choice

WATCH: Libertarian Party chair on the war on drugs: "Stop locking people up"

After Trump's disastrous vacation, Angela Merkel warns: The world has no leader

10 political movies that will actually inspire you

Can we talk? Salon speaks to comedian Moshe Kasher

Dear President Trump: America's most egregious "federal land grab" was in 1891, under Benjamin Harrison

"Moral injury" in veterans can be as harmful as physical wounds

An excerpt from William Hogeland's "Autumn of the Black Snake"

You're grilling it wrong: Top chefs on the worst mistakes they see at every cookout

A Memorial Day Parade for the rest of us

WATCH: Veteran turns to farming life to cope with 13 years of “killing people”

What’s behind Sean Hannity's disgraceful Seth Rich conspiracy theories?

5 of the most dangerous and ridiculous conspiracy theories spread by Sean Hannity

Best of Salon: Army of one, soldiers undone: The hope that died in basic training

The 10 hottest, sweatiest, most humid summer movies ever made

Understanding tornadoes: 5 questions answered

Will Oliver Stone's Putin interview play into the strongman's hands?

That neat and tidy map of tastes on the tongue you learned in school is all wrong

Four years later, “Breaking Bad” remains the boldest indictment of modern American capitalism in TV history

Watch these conservatives do mental gymnastics to convince themselves "The Handmaid’s Tale" isn’t about them

Is Silicon Valley in a bubble? It's complicated

Breaking down their own stereotypes to give veterans more career opportunities

Against "Sgt. Pepper": The Beatles classic made pop seem male, nerdy and "important" — and that wasn't a good thing

WATCH: Is the government hiding secret technology brought to Earth by aliens?

The school visit that saved me

These blind New Yorkers are biking across New York City

Popping the bubble: The cinematic evolution of SCID in YA contemporary romance

As Donald Trump unravels, so do Fox’s ratings

The 15 parenting lessons of muddling through

Trump’s trade policy is unlikely to deliver big wins for U.S. workers

Notes from a trailing spouse: Drunk in Ireland and fearing for fabulists everywhere