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Actress: Anti-Islam Filmmaker Lied And Made Me Look Like A ‘Religious Bigot’

Nakoula Basseley Nakoula, a.k.a. Sam Bacile, made her look like a religious bigot by “having hateful words put in her […]

No Criminal Charges For ‘Pepper Spray Cop’ Or Other Officers

This may be one of the last developments in the story of the “pepper spray cop” and what happened last […]

The Fiscal Cliff, In Three And A Half Graphics

For more, see this story from NPR’s Marilyn Geewax on how Congress might pass some stopgap measures to blunt the […]

Hispanics Certain To Back Obama — But In What Numbers?

There appears to be no question that President Obama will win the lion’s share of Hispanic support. But there are […]

Is Putting Politics On Display Bad For Business?

Every election season, political signs sprout like dandelions from lawns across America. They also pop up at more than a […]

Tim Pawlenty Exits Romney Campaign To Lead Bank Lobbying Group

With less than seven weeks to go before the presidential election, former Minnesota Gov. Tim Pawlenty is leaving his job […]

‘Fiscal Cliff’ Scenarios Leave Economists On Edge

Members of Congress are about to flee Capitol Hill and they’ll be gone until Nov. 13, one week after Election […]

As Scientists Question New Rat Study, GMO Debate Rages On

The headlines on the press releases that started showing up yesterday, here at The Salt certainly got our attention. Just […]

Colorado’s ‘Deeply Spiritual’ Chimney Rock To Be A National Monument

Southwestern Colorado’s 4,700-acre Chimney Rock Archaeological Area will on Friday be designated a national monument, according to Sen. Michael Bennet, […]

T.C. Boyle’s ‘San Miguel’ Is No Island Paradise

San Miguel is the name of a treeless island off the coast of California where, in the 19th and early […]

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