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Documentary “Bedside Manner” humanizes the doctor-patient relationship

This new film explores how actors and student doctors work on empathy, streaming now on Salon Premium

“Let the president do what he wants”: John Kelly allegedly doesn’t care if Donald Trump is impeached

“At least this chapter of American history would come to a close,” the White House chief of staff allegedly said

A Virginia school named after a Confederate general will be renamed Barack Obama Elementary School

The name change arrives on the eve of Juneteenth, the holiday that commemorates the end of slavery in the U.S.

Splitting California into 3 states is just another Silicon Valley fantasy: experts

Political science experts told Salon that it is unsurprising that the ballot measure originates from a billionaire

U.S. leaves U.N. Human Rights Council

U.N. Ambassador Nikki Haley and Secretary of State Mike Pompeo made the announcement in a joint statement

On “Love Is ___” a black TV couple finally gets the “When Harry Met Sally” treatment

Romantics are going to fall in love with OWN’s quietly revolutionary new show about a couple’s crazy stupid love

Federal judge orders Kris Kobach, Trump’s go-to voter fraud hack, to learn the law

Kansas Secretary of State Kris Kobach humiliated by a federal judge; proof of citizenship to vote overturned

First lady Melania Trump’s favorability rating sinks as child separation crisis rages

The first lady’s statement attempting to distance herself from her husband may have been too, little too late

After the Supreme Court’s artful dodge, expect the 2020 gerrymander to be much, much worse

After a unanimous non-decision on technical grounds, both parties are now free to gerrymander all they want

Roots of white rage: America’s clash of class and race, from the Civil War to the rise of Trump

Salon talks to Keri Leigh Merritt, author of “Masterless Men: Poor Whites and Slavery in the Antebellum South”

“First Man” first look: Damien Chazelle and Ryan Gosling bring space drama to Oscar season

“What fascinated me about Neil Armstrong is that he is kind of a mystery,” Chazelle said about the new film

Listen: Border agent jokes as migrant children are separated from their parents

Children can be heard crying in audio obtained from inside a U.S. Customs and Border Protection facility

Military brass aren’t sold on Trump’s Space Force

The idea for the sixth branch of the armed forces, a “Space Force,” came to Trump in an incoherent rant

Authorities: Texas sheriff’s deputy sexually assaulted young girl, blackmailed mom with deportation

Jose Nunez stands accused of “super aggravated sexual assault” of a 4-year-old immigrant – and blackmailing her mom

A shot against cancer slated for testing in massive dog study

The canine clinical trial will vaccinate 800 healthy pets

Why predicting suicide is a difficult and complex challenge

Research has shown we can only predict who is going to die by suicide slightly more accurately than random guessing

Will robot-led restaurants be a gift or a curse to food workers?

Spyce, a Boston restaurant built around a robotic kitchen, might reshape the future of restaurant work

Southern Baptists and #MeToo: Advocates for church sex abuse victims push for reform

A proposal for a church-wide registry of sexual abusers and harassers gets new life after a decade of dormancy

Here’s why Tinder makes you happy — until it makes you miserable

Salon talks to scientist and comedian Dean Burnett about how and why our brains sabotage our happiness

Even “The Mooch” thinks separating migrant children from their parents is a horrible idea

Scaramucci alleged discord between the president and his chief of staff over the “inhumane” border patrol policy

Inside the mind of one “American Shooter”

Before this Michican man shot his mother with a rifle, he experienced delusions while serving in the Navy

Megyn Kelly exposed: NBC host goes to great lengths to avoid calling Trump a liar

Does Kelly “not have an adult relationship with the truth” about her NBC ratings, too?

Republicans waffle on Trump’s family-separation policy: Mostly, they want someone else to blame

Republicans aren’t sure how to respond to Trump’s unpopular program of breaking up immigrant families at the border

Sexual harassment remains common in the sciences

A massive report paints a stark picture of a pervasive problem

Michael Eric Dyson: Donald Trump is “what black people have warned America about”

Sociologist and best-selling author says Trump is no “aberration from whiteness” but its ultimate fulfillment

American wars and self-decline: How the last superpower was unchained

A twenty-first century history of greed

Here’s what’s buried beneath that FBI report: How rogue agents sabotaged the Clinton campaign

There was no FBI conspiracy against Trump. But agents loyal to Rudy Giuliani were eager to sink Hillary Clinton

Michelle Wolf calls for honest talk on depression: “Even our poo emoji is smiling”

“Let’s make it OK to admit you’re not doing great and really listen to other people when they admit they’re not”

What it’s like growing up with an LGBT parent, in their kids’ own words

“Because I was two when my dad came out, my view of the world was always acceptance, always love”

9 useful ways Amazon Alexa can help you in the kitchen

“Alexa, suggest a cocktail”

Why white nationalists love the mystery of Roanoke, the lost colony

Salon talks with journalist Andrew Lawler about the ongoing relevance of the “Lost Colony”

Why did the television reboot become all the rage?

Will and Grace are out of retirement — along with a host of other TV characters

Cool ideas for enjoying the World Cup as a family

Bring everyone together for the world’s biggest single-event sports competition

From Harry Truman to Donald Trump: A long political realignment brought us to this disaster

Political scientist Alan Abramowitz on the decades of racial and cultural realignment that gave us Donald Trump

Steve Bannon: Migrant family separation policy does not need to be justified

Along with defending child separation at the border, Bannon claimed Martin Luther King Jr. would be proud of Trump

New research suggests fit fathers make for healthier babies

Don’t blame mom: A growing corpus of research says it takes two healthy parents to tango

Postpartum depression can also affect dads

New fathers can feel low, too — and their hormones may be to blame

Web searches reveal (in aggregate) what we’re really thinking

Google as a window into our private thoughts

For big corporations, wage theft penalties are the price of doing business

Corporations, like Walmart, are guilty of being repeated wage theft offenders
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