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Tom Cotton’s ridiculous lie: Let’s obliterate this wildly false Farm Bill ad

Arkansas GOPer is feeling the pain of voting against the Farm Bill. His explanation is completely ridiculous

Election 2014 update: Harry Reid plays the villain

Hoping to keep embattled Senate Dems afloat, the majority leader uses his obscurity to his party's advantage

Ugh: Glenn Beck gives standing ovation to anti-vaxxers

Beck got his own kids vaccinated, but he's not so sure if everyone else should...

“I am not ashamed”: What the fight against abortion stigma looks like

One woman's performance art beautifully illustrates how to overcome the shame around reproductive choice

Must-see morning clip: Jon Stewart explains why Jon Biden will never be president

"It's like Biden hasn't been out of the house since 1962," the "Daily Show" host observed

Paul Krugman has good news: “Climate despair is all wrong”

The New York Times columnist continues to argue that stopping climate change won't be as hard as we think

Ego, money and false promises: Michelle Rhee’s big secret and the collapse of education “reform”

There's big money in education "reform," and now it's flowing to tech companies that want to disrupt public schools

No Labels’ humiliating secret: Rich people who don’t understand politics

The centrist advocacy group has big plans for '16: A bold menu of vague concepts that everyone already agrees with!

Ultimate guide to saving the world: What we need to do (and do right now)

As thousands prepare to descend on New York for the largest ever climate march, we must consider our options

Ted Cruz’s “terrorism” sham: Why his plan for “destroying” ISIS is ridiculous

GOP agrees ISIS must be "destroyed" -- but don't expect Cruz, Paul and co. to be honest about the costs involved

One nation, drowning in debt: Why so many Americans are so unprotected

Outdated laws enable collectors to seize up to 25 percent of debtors' wages -- and sometimes everything they own

Creationism is just the start: How right-wing Christians are warping America’s schools

Texas isn't the only state pushing kooky educational initiatives. Some of these programs literally boggle the mind

“Very sexy and a bit alarming”: Sarah Waters on her historical thrillers

Waters' novel of murder and forbidden lesbian passion could be this year's "Goldfinch"

Nick Cave’s dark, strange and sometimes hilarious odyssey

The Aussie post-punk pioneer's life and career inspires the haunting, revealing music doc "20,000 Days on Earth"

Tinder for cuddling: This app will find you a random stranger to spoon

In a totally nonsexual way, they swear! Salon spoke to Cuddlr's creator about the pleasures of platonic embraces

Too big to punish: Why America’s banks are still above the law

The Obama administration is now reducing sanctions on Credit Suisse. So much for the lessons of the Great Recession

Watch a group of men get bikini waxes, turn bikini waxing into a (sort of) feminist act

Why does it take hot wax on pubic hair for men to understand women's lived experiences? Is this gender equality?

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