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Philosopher Susan Neiman:

Author of "Evil in Modern Thought" says progressives must not shun the concept, especially when it fits so wellPolitical scientists often focus their research...

New study: White people lack empathy across the socioeconomic spectrum

Apparent empathy gap among white Americans shows up on questions of both race and economics, study finds VIDEOSince the election of Donald Trump, the...

Everything you’ve always wanted to know about the Trump-Republican tax plan

Congressional Republicans are hopelessly divided on a tax planThis originally appeared on Robert Reich's blog.Have you noticed that there's no Trump tax plan and...

Salon Stage: Grammy-winning trumpeter Keyon Harrold performs

The Ferguson native performs the emotional track for all those "killed for absolutely no good reason""Music is my story, my destiny, my longing, my...

Washington GOP elites bracing for Hurricane Roy

Roy Moore's probable victory in Alabama Republican Senate primary will vex the GOP establishmentJust as the Republican political elite was coming to terms with...

Don’t buy Apple’s new iPhone. Fix your old one

These simple ways to fix your old iPhone instead of getting a new one will save money and resourcesThis originally appeared on Grist. You,...

Rich American seniors are getting healthier, not poor ones

The health divide is widening across socioeconomic groups in the U.S., leaving the poor increasingly disadvantagedThis article was originally published on The Conversation. The...

Trump might be about to launch his dumbest gambit yet to...

The idea that Trump is going to be bridging ideological divides is delusional: He's heavily mixed in extremismThis article originally appeared on AlterNet. No,...

Morrissey joins Twitter: Can his suffering fit into 140 characters?

Because you asked for it, storied singer will bring his anti-Monarchist truculence to the social-media platform.Morrissey, the British singer who has objectively suffered more...

Vietnam: Who was right about what went wrong – and why...

How can we to explain the preference of U.S. presidents for muddling through long conflicts?This piece originally appeared on The Conversation.The ghosts of the...