Salon talks to the maker of a new documentary "Intent to Destroy," about the making of a film on Turkish atrocities
At least they love it for themselves: Trumpcare 2.0 would keep all the best aspects of the ACA — for Congress
FCC chairman Ajit Pai said such government regulations meant to make the internet equitable are a "serious mistake"
Treasury Secretary Steve Mnuchin said that over 100 people had worked on the tax plan rollout
The world wide leader in sports is restructuring its business, leading to layoffs for some of its well-known talent
Even in the most progressive environments, men will treat women like dirt. It's shameful, and it's true
Wyoming Sen. Mike Enzi also said people can be whatever they want "as long as you don’t push it in somebody’s face"
Trumpcare 2.0 will make the opioid problem only worse by slashing the Medicaid funds that get people treated
Launch of the "VOICE" office comes after White House releases list of criminal immigrants riddled with inaccuracies
The hospitals and health care facilities that rely on H-1B visa holders could be effected under new Trump order.
The British prime minister is taking a risk with a quick election turnaround
The Trump era has unleashed a cascade of consumer trends.
"Daily Show" host takes on Virginia gubernatorial candidate Corey Stewart and his love for Confederate memorials
Riddled with "West Wing"-style plot twists and divorced from reality, this is the stuff Beltway insiders dream of
Off-screen, Ventimiglia embodies many of the hero-like qualities of his "This is Us" character Jack Pearson
Donald Trump didn't like that a court ruled against him, so his solution is to dismantle the court structure
Congressional Republicans are still lousy at making policy — but tax cuts are the only thing that can unite them
Homeland Security Secretary John Kelly tells critics to change the law or "shut up"
"I didn't hear anything new," John McCain told CNN
Legislative accomplishments? Zilch. But in terms of building the family fortune for the future, it's all going well
See the legendary film producer perform a daring sleight-of-hand: turning a would-be bomb into a trans rights cause
In a non-Spock indie comedy, Quinto plays a loner facing an unusual mental condition — and a disastrous therapist
Somehow Murdoch has been portrayed as a distant player who was oddly not culpable for what transpired at Fox News.
In "The Newsroom," the long-running procedural depicts why workplace assault victims rarely come forth
Déjà vu: Watters follows the path of his mentor, Bill O'Reilly, meaning we may never have to hear from him again
The Treasury secretary also walked back his suggestion that Trump would never release his tax returns
The president frequently denounced NAFTA as a "disaster" during the 2016 presidential campaign
It's part of a new reform package that the airline unveiled to improve its image
He is the first president since modern polling began to fall below 50 percent at this point in his presidency
One bipartisan think tank estimates a $5.5 trillion loss in revenue over the next decade under Trump's plan
ABC News poll suggests that if we ran the election all over again, Trump would still win — by more. What gives?
Trump and his supporters claim the tax cuts will pay for themselves, but even some fiscal conservatives disagree
Republican congressmen may say their new health care plan is great, but want to keep the perks of the old one
It's like the Clinton Foundation all over again. But this time it's a White House staffer with the president's ear
A panel of correspondents decided that Breitbart did not meet the necessary requirements to cover Congress
The president is once again venting about a judiciary that keeps stymying his agenda
But Jenner conceded that the Democratic Party does better when it comes to equality and LGBTQ rights
Trump's proposed order is a sop to right-wing radicals who are hostile to public lands — and really hate Obama
Russian hackers are apparently not content to settle with only interfering in American elections
Trump's nomination process is moving at a glacier-rate, with a lot of vacancies
Why are we so sensitive to email errors?
Despite hiding behind his Jewish daughter and son-in-law, Trump is an asset to anti-Semitic movements and ideology
Star of "The Newsroom" and "Shutter Island" talks about her role in an ambitious VR short with multiple outcomes
Actor Russell Peters and director Dito Montiel discuss their new Hollywood satire starring Ed Helms
Lawyers say that 21st Century Fox has been operating like it's the 18th century
Reports indicate that the deal has not been finalized, but the president is already being criticized for it
The wife of the Thai man who hanged their 11-month-old daughter said she doesn't blame Facebook
Coulter says that she's in danger, but doesn't realize who's instigating the violence
New York Times columnist claims to oppose Trump and the alt-right — but his complaint sounds a lot like theirs
Exploring the uncertain future of New York's notorious jail with Glenn Martin, criminal justice reform advocate
Marathon’s resignation comes after the company was widely criticized for the $89,000 price tag for Emflaza.
Salon's Amanda Marcotte talks to John Waters about how to "Make Trouble" from the inside
New bathroom bill might sound more neutral, but it still would override local laws protecting many types of people
The director's other well-known films include "Philadelphia" and a remake of "The Manchurian Candidate"
A look at “The Boy Downstairs” with Zosia Mamet, and Laurie Simmons' “My Art,” featuring her daughter Lena Dunham
There are many unusual features of this 1st round vote but the French polls accurately predicted the outcome.
"I inherited all the pop culture that was handed down to us. Why that hair?" wondered Rush about Albert Einstein
The breeder says the rabbit had seen a vet before boarding the plane and was "fit as a fiddle" before the flight
Trump may be directly profiting from public pension funds due to a New York hotel deal, watchdogs warn
The LGBT community has been quietly under attack by the White House since Trump took office
Climate policies are advancing in developing countries but stalling or regressing in richer ones.
While Trump says that his budget will include the wall, someone in charge of the budget says otherwise
Salon talks to the directors of the new documentary about fighting food waste that features Anthony Bourdain
Beer dates back to roughly 5,000 B.C. One could say it’s in our DNA.
Streaming, live performance and a diverse roster of top talent, including Drake, Adele and Beyoncé, are paying off
A judge has blocked another one of Trump's executive orders during his first 100 days in office
Hulu's new show about women forced to serve as pregnancy vessels resonates in these regressive times
In related news, Fox News announced that all employees must undergo sensitivity training
The cops on the first professional police force were told to be tough as soon as they were hired
But it’s likely to be a toy for the suburban wealthy until safety rules for mass deployment are worked out
Nobody's talking about how people are getting rich by destroying the planet
The Democratic Party is selling out women and all marginalized groups in favor of Bernie Sanders’ dangerous myths
Our president thinks the Pentagon is a company, terrorism was a recent invention and 9/11 was a ratings coup
Clinton loyalists are still trying to tar Sanders as a sexist troglodyte. Read the polls — It's not working
This could be a preparation for war — or just a forced attempt at a pre-100 days photo op
A new poll finds the highest support for government programs since 1995 — thank Trump and Bernie
"The Young Turks" weighs in on their plans
One Democratic senator asked why taxpayer dollars were going towards marketing for the Trump Organization
The first daughter received a less-than-warm reception by residents of America's ally, Germany
The president hardly stacks up to his predecessors
The government will shut down if Congress doesn't pass a catch-all spending bill by the 100th day of the Trump era
The former Fox star accuses news channel of using snippets of her private conversations to intimidate her
Bush-era "genius" Paul Wolfowitz claims Trump can make peace in Syria — and should invade Iraq all over again
The world exists, but we don’t see it — the question "What is real?" has plagued humanity for millennia
After attacking our neighbors to the south over "unfair trade policies" — Trump pivots to our northern neighbors
Salon talks to Amelia McDonell-Parry, co-host of the new podcast "Undisclosed: The Killing of Freddie Gray"
Salon talks to Bobby Z and Doctor Fink about reactivating the band that electrified "Purple Rain" and going on tour
Trump's tax reform plan would balloon the deficit, which is causing conservatives to balk
This week on "The Chauncey DeVega Show" podcast, I talk to philosopher Henry Giroux about democracy on life support
Discount retailer Stein Mart has been selling Trump’s merchandise in stores labeled under another designer’s name
The law firm, Jones Day, which was paid $3.3 million in legal fees, has 3 former lawyers working at the White House
The late-night hosts had a field day as Trump's first 100 days finally comes to an end
"I am sad that I’m not on television anymore," O'Reilly told his listeners
The president is a fan of the show, but it remains to be seen whether he'll take their suggestion seriously
Sources told Politico Magazine that Trump staffers lie for "sport" and cannot be trusted
Prosecutors are looking into whether jail staff should face criminal charges in Terrill Thomas' death
Breslin wants you to know that that "unreported rapes count" too
Union-buster Doug Seaton is one of the three lawyers on Trump's list to sit on the NLRB
Arkansas is in a rush to make sure that they can process lethal injections before its drug supply expires
“What fish should I eat that’s good for me and good for the planet?" the new PBS documentary asks
One of Trump's loudest supporters is calling him out for not delivering on one of his major campaign promises
The head of the House Oversight Committee suggests Trump's ex-national security advisor may be in deep trouble
Reports indicate that a senior manager at Fox News helped cover up sexual harassment at the network
Independent Lens documentary, "The Last Laugh," chronicles humor's role in healing during sensitive times
The right-wing media personality said that the sexual harassment allegations made against him are baseless
Pro-gun politics has already shut down much research into the causes of gun violence —Trump just made it worse
The Infowars host has made unfounded claims linking the company to a sexual assault committed by refugees
The Trump supporting columnist provokes controversy at the University of California before she's even spoken
Or: Why Donald Trump's wars should seem so familiar
A new poll gives an inside look at Trump's opinion numbers inside four swing states
The White House website has a page devoted to the president's first 100 days — but there's nothing to promote
Gorka was at the university to take part in the panel “News, Alternative Facts, and Propaganda."
Salon talks to Amy Ryan about her latest role in “Abundant Acreage Available"
The Leo Frank case was symbolic of many of the South’s fears at that time
For a show about one of history's greatest imaginations to only rise to the level of serviceable is disappointing
Don't expect many results from the investigation over the next few years
Conservative pundit Debbie Schlussel says the conservative tried to invite her to his hotel room
Three separate investigations show that the U.S. Military bombed a mosque in Syria
Trump's idiotic pronouncements on health care can't conceal that he has no plan and doesn't understand the details
Trump brought up the Sept. 11, 2001, terrorist attacks while talking about his ratings
Cannabis may help some to wean off of cocaine use, research suggests.
Trauma surgeons push for more research into the causes of gun violence, 20 years after such efforts were silenced
iHeartRadio could be going bankrupt, and the conservative talk radio could be in trouble
There has been an 86 percent increase in bullying, vandalism, and similar hate crimes since the start of the year
In field locations where there are no bathrooms, life can get complicated
The conservative website shares staff with the Mercers' organizations and regularly promotes their work
Trump doesn't understand much about multinational trade agreements
The president's addiction to cable television is shaping important personnel decisions
Despite the "fake news" claims, Trump knows the media helped elect him — and sees ratings as his salvation
I am white, I am black, I am Native American. And I know what it's like for people not to see all of who I am
He gets the big things wrong—and also, the little things.
This "religious freedom" bill protects discrimination against same-sex couples applying to adopt or foster kids
"He didn’t change anything, not one line mark," says Gelila Mesfin, who first made Obama over as an Egyptian queen
“If [Jared and Ivanka] are the reason you are sleeping at night, you should probably still be awake," Oliver says
Trump's anti-environment entertainments will crash against the bulwark of good, old-fashioned administrative law
Our society's toxic idea of "talent" can deprive people of music's benefits for the rest of their lives
Lifetime's enjoyable Canadian import makes the case for euthanasia by wrapping it in an engaging crime thriller
FX's rich dramatization of the rivalry between Joan Crawford and Bette Davis was outdone by HBO's "Big Little Lies"
Trump is actively flouting even the most basic principles involving cleaning up cronyism in government
We can't make this stuff up, even though you probably wish we did.
Trump has finally issued a Holocaust statement that isn't anti-Semitic - and his far right supporters aren't happy
French politicians are urging their supporters to unite against Le Pen
If at first you don't secede, try, try again
The president's executive orders may seem like something important, but look deeper and there's nothing there
The guy who bragged about grabbing women declared April to be a month of awareness for sexual assault. Really?
"I never thought I was sexually harassed by Sean Hannity, I thought he was weird and creepy, not someone I liked"
World Penguin Day is April 25, and there are plenty of films to help you celebrate your passion for penguins
Innocence puts you at risk in an interrogation room
The Vermont senator gets a warm reception in Miami on day three of his multi-state unity tour
A stunning 94 percent of the 9 million new jobs created in the past decade were temp or contract-based gigs
The oceans are rising and already creating problems from Boston to Miami
Rural hospitals are facing one of the greatest slow-moving crises in American health care
How often does Hollywood turn a great book into a great movie?
There are over 120 judicial vacancies, but don't be so certain that Trump will fill them all
Drivers make some suboptimal routing decisions when they’re traveling around town
It wasn't a great week for conservative pundits, but that means it was a great week for the truth
We found about 94 percent of these U.S. leaders attended college, and about 50 percent attended an elite school
They voted for him. Now Trump's sons want his supporters to spend money on his company
A rudderless ship of state creates chaos and erratically steers us into a feckless foreign policy.
O'Rourke spoke to a rambunctious crowd during a live taping of the "Lovett or Leave It" podcast
Despite the rain, scientists descended onto the nation's capital to voice their support for science
Jacoby Brissett took to Instagram to express his gratitude for President 44
A prairie fire of opposition can be built into sustained activism, and a political movement prepped for long haul
A Russian guy popped his head out from his compartment. “Trump!” he said, making a thumbs-up gesture
First in a series: The term gets thrown around carelessly, but the history of this ideology is long and tangled
Sessions wants to roll back legalization and renew the war on drugs — but he accidentally argued the opposite case
The new tool red-flags stories its algorithm determines may contain misleading information
A new way to become smoking hot.
This is a response to Trump, who's come down hard on drugmakers, saying the industry is “getting away with murder."
Rachael Leigh Cook was behind the original "your brain on drugs" ad. Her update shows how far we—and she—have come.
If you think New Age alternative spirituality is solely the domain of lefty hippies, you don't know your history
Author Jonathan Taplin discusses the ways Ayn Rand's cruel libertarianism has permeated Silicon Valley and beyond
Says one former business partner, "The headline will be ‘The Kazakh Gangster and President Trump.'"
The HBO comedy continues hacking tropes of drama and Silicon Valley
Bill O'Reilly's racist show was a symptom of rot in Fox News' culture. What if it could be fair and balanced?
Trigger warning! The juicy media melodrama around Ann Coulter's Berkeley speech is far from widespread reality
Solar and wind have much lower health and environmental footprints than fossil fuels
All the twists and turns have increased the uncertainty of an election that was up in the air from the start
Using computers to identify people's faces can be helpful as well as worrisome
Trump taps Pennsylvania Congressman Marino to head up the Office of National Drug Control Policy
Socially conscious criticism doesn't take artistic expression too seriously; it doesn't take art seriously enough
From Chance the Rapper and Kendrick Lamar to Vic Mensa, spirituality and transformation are major themes now
Glenn Greenwald discusses the Justice Department's announcement to criminally charge Julian Assange
Chechen leader Ramzan Kadyrov is lying about anti-gay brutality. Putin may not care — but he hates bad press
You can also learn how to survive a dog fight.
Now that the GOP effort to repeal and replace the ACA is in limbo, is there a way to make it work better?
Trump's poll numbers continue to plummet
Alisyn Camerota opens up about her experiences at Fox News
Children describe ISIS leaders taking over their schools in series of UNICEF videos
The object that has obsessed relic hunters for millennia has its origins in biblical and Arthurian fan fiction
What's the point in a month devoted to raising awareness if people don't become aware?
Early results suggest the final round for the French election is set
Conventional wisdom says we need industrial agriculture to feed the world. That's not necessarily true
This group is leading the charge against Senate bills allowing drug importation from Canada
Dozens chime in on why resistance is necessary, especially in today's political climate
Author of a new book on Trump's rise says we face "something so dark, so real, so evil" with no clear precedent
Political scientist David Hopkins on how the GOP's health care debacle reflects the party's unsolved problems
Hucksters or heroes? Viceland’s docuseries “Jungletown,” Jimmy Stice, and the green revolution