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California’s war on endangered species: Why its most water-dependent creatures are worth saving

"There is water enough in the desert if you live properly," conservation biologist Christopher Norment tells Salon

Climate change, Benghazi, the Fed: The science behind the right’s irrational obsession with conspiracies

No matter the topic, a conservative fringe views it through a conspiratorial lens. New research explains why

Fine dining with my infant

I was sick of eating mediocre food because I had a baby. But would our culinary adventure ruin everyone else's?

We must stop praying to our iPhones: Dissent and critical thinking in the Internet era

Don DeLillo and Thomas Pynchon have it right: Apple, Amazon and other tech companies really want everyone the same

The absurd history of English slang

How foulmouthed poets and ingenious commoners redefined the English language

The real dangers of GMOs Dow Chemical doesn’t want you to know about

Data show insecticides can cause significant harm to children. Dow Chemical is trying to convince the EPA otherwise

Why Hong Kong police are “celebrating” the attacks on protesters

Tensions are running high in the commercial district of Mong Kok after weeks of protests

Atheism, Islam and liberalism: This is what we are really fighting about

The debate raging in American culture boils down to an even simpler divide than you think

America’s virulent racists: The sick ideas and perverted “science” of the American Renaissance Foundation

White supremacy and 15th-century polygenics live on at shockingly ugly American Renaissance foundation conferences

Retailer that preys on U.S. soldiers pledges reform, rebrands

USA Discounters, vowing to change how it pursues military debtors, will now be known as USA Living

America’s counter-terrorism lie: Waging war with secret rules, hypocrisy and worse

Our latest bombings in the Middle East remind us of a scary truth: Here's what the "war on terror" is really about

They won, we lost: How corruption became America’s national pastime

How the nation's corporate elite "extorts hard working people for their own political and financial gains"

How Tesla and new car technologies could make auto dealers obsolete

The electric car company's sales model poses an existential threat. Our days of price haggling may finally be over

America’s flip-flop foreign policy: Rand Paul, Hillary Clinton and the new millennial voter

Previously, politicians fought to be seen as more hawkish than their opponents. Here's why those days are over

Bob Odenkirk’s advice to young people: “Get out of comedy, because it’s about to collapse”

The actor, comedian and writer on his debut book, "Better Call Saul" and the weird things that make him laugh

This scary smartwatch shows how much time you have left to live

Dubbed "the death watch," Tikker calculates its wearer's life expectancy based on age, gender and medical history

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