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Queen Elizabeth’s final act, in Scotland: What will her death mean for the union? Jason Kyle Howard
As the queen's funeral proceedings pay homage to her Scotland ties, the question of independence lingers
09/12/2022 21:00 UTC
BF.7 could be the next dominant COVID variant. Here's what that would mean Troy Farah
New COVID variants BF.7 and BA.2.75.2 are edging out BA.5 for supremacy. Will the new vaccine boosters be enough?
09/22/2022 22:23 UTC
“Devastating blow”: Weisselberg’s agreement to testify could mean “death penalty” for Trump Org. Igor Derysh
Weisselberg agreed to admit to 15 felonies and criminally implicate Trump's businesses at trial
08/18/2022 13:35 UTC
What a Supreme Court impeachment from 1805 could mean for Justice Clarence Thomas: historian Alex Henderson
Impeaching high court justices is even more of a rarity in U.S. history than impeaching presidents
09/06/2022 08:01 UTC
A post-‘Roe’ world in Georgia will mean more restrictions — and more political battles Sam Whitehead
Patients and providers will have to figure out how to navigate the new legal landscape
07/09/2022 11:29 UTC
Donald J. Trump, meanest of mean girls: He so doesn't want to be our friend anymore Kirk Swearingen
Trump's evident criminality is no big surprise at this point. But his whiny, wounded immaturity is astonishing
07/02/2022 12:00 UTC
Sam Jay says just let comedy be "dangerous" – like one particular slur that's "mean" but not racist D. Watkins
The "Pause with Sam Jay" comedian appeared on "Salon Talks" to weigh in on the art of conversation
06/27/2022 23:00 UTC
Alex Jones trial goes off the rails after he claims the "deep state" is behind Sandy Hook lawsuit David Edwards
The InfoWars host used his court testimony to push new conspiracy theory
09/22/2022 17:30 UTC
How the GOP weaponized ignorance — and how “smart people acting like dopes” stay in power Dean Obeidallah
Satirist Andy Borowitz on deliberate dumbness in America, and how it became central to the Republican brand
09/30/2022 10:00 UTC
MAGA rioter attempts to recruit extremists while incarcerated Matthew Chapman
Timothy Hale-Cusanelli was convicted in May on felony obstruction and four misdemeanors for his Jan.6 involvement
09/17/2022 08:00 UTC
Man charged with sexually assaulting women while in line to view queen's coffin Kelly McClure
The Crown Prosecution Service charged a man on Friday after he allegedly exposed himself
09/17/2022 15:34 UTC
"It's hard to watch": Armie Hammer's aunt on her family's "sick and twisted behavior" in new series Joy Saha
Casey Hammer spoke to Salon about new docuseries "House of Hammer," surviving abusive misogyny & empowering victims
09/02/2022 23:00 UTC
"Everyone can and should get our own 'Predator,'" says writer who's watched film 146 times Alison Stine
Salon talked with Ander Monson, author of the new memoir "Predator," about the 1987 film, "Prey" and America
09/11/2022 15:00 UTC
Prosecuting Boss Trump: Build a RICO case against his entire criminal empire Gregg Barak
Donald Trump has run a criminal enterprise for more than 40 years. We can't allow him to get away with any of it
09/27/2022 10:30 UTC
"We all keep the same kinds of secrets": An expert on what our secrets mean and why we carry them Mary Elizabeth Williams
Salon talks to the author of "The Secret Life of Secrets" about what we're all hiding from each other, and why
06/26/2022 18:00 UTC