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How A Swing-State Upswing Could Alter The ’12 Race

First-time claims for unemployment benefits held last week just about where they’ve been recently — at a four-year low, according […]

Seattle’s First Urban Food Forest Will Be Open To Foragers

If you’re a regular reader of The Salt, you’ve probably noticed our interest in foraging. From San Francisco to Maryland, […]

Nation’s Toughest Immigration Law Stays Put For Now

Portions of Alabama’s strict immigration law will remain in force until the U.S. Supreme Court rules on its predecessor, the […]

Case Renews Focus On Race In College Admissions

College and university presidents are wringing their hands over the U.S. Supreme Court’s decision to revisit the issue of affirmative […]

Late Conservative Blogger Breitbart Had Impact On Right, Left

In life, Andrew Breitbart was the conservative blogger and provocateur whose sometimes controversial efforts against his ideological adversaries, both real […]

NASA Struggles With IT Security, Loses Space Station Code

The “algorithms used to command and control the International Space Station” were lost when an unencrypted NASA laptop computer was […]

Teen Charged As Juvenile In Ohio School Shooting

A teenager was charged Thursday with killing three students in a U.S. school shooting, the first step in proceedings that […]

Thursday Political Grab Bag: Obama To Call For Ending Oil Firm Tax Breaks

With Republicans blaming his energy policies for higher gas prices and rising fears that U.S. gas prices could hit an […]

In Mock Village, A New Afghan Mission Takes Shape

At the Fort Polk military base in the pine forests of central Louisiana, the Army has created a miniature version […]

State Of GOP Race: No Momentum For Candidates

In the Michigan Republican primary Tuesday, Mitt Romney had a near-death experience, but he squeaked out a narrow victory over […]

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