College students should be able to use their own judgment on COVID boosters, not be forced into them by learning institutions.
A Federal Judge Suggests That Oregon's 10-Round Magazine Limit Does Not Implicate the Second Amendment
The new ban, which has been blocked by a state judge, so far has fared better in federal court.
Pearisburg, Virginia, social services says kids must be watched—at all times—until they turn 13.
While Griner's release is welcome news, it's important to remember the thousands of Americans imprisoned for drug offenses here in the U.S.
Dwarf Fortress, the Deepest, Most Insane Computer Simulation Game Ever, Just Got a Shiny New Makeover
The game is one of the greatest pieces of outsider art created in the 21st century, and it just got a lot easier to play.
The lawsuit alleges that TikTok's algorithm funnels inappropriate content directly to teens. That not only defies logic, but it is also antithetical to how a social media platform keeps users.
The Supreme Court said in 1942 that local activity, not just interstate activity, was subject to congressional regulation.
It's especially outrageous when considering the billions of dollars in fraud that took place thanks to COVID-19 relief programs.
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A Law That Facilitates Cannabis Research Exemplifies the Modesty of the Reforms We Can Expect From Congress
Making it easier for scientists to study marijuana is a far cry from the liberalization that most Americans want.
With high job vacancies and a low birth rate, Germany is turning to the world to fill the holes in its economy.
Prostitutes have not only provided a much-in-demand service but helped to push the boundaries of freedom and liberty for millennia.
S.B. 4 would let religious institutions and nonprofit colleges skip the typical environmental review and red tape when building low-income housing on their property.
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A website designer asks SCOTUS to let her eschew work that contradicts her opposition to gay marriage.
Democrats had already retained their majority, but by keeping Warnock's seat, they gained even more power in the upper chamber to hinder Republican opposition.
WMATA suspended automated train operations after the deadly 2009 Fort Totten crash. Perennial efforts to bring them back over the past decade have repeatedly fallen through.
Fixing federal permitting rules and easing immigration policies would help companies like the Taiwan Semiconductor Manufacturing Company, which are interested in building more plants in America.
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There is little utility to charging 10-year-olds as adults, yet Wisconsin still mandates the practice in certain cases.
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