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Chief Justice Roberts: “Today’s decision knocks the definition of ‘private property’ loose from its foundation.”
A South Carolina Supreme Court decision rejects rules based on economic protectionism.
Dissident and offbeat religious groups have faced more than a century of surveillance.
New History Channel series explores the dark corners of prohibition and takes viewers on great, freaky trip.
Kumail Nanjiani and Zoe Kazan in a comedy not quite like any other.
Distaste for the president may not translate to distaste for other Republicans, as the special election in Georgia showed.
The latest budget has new spending but no attempts at serious reform.
The draft legislation represents a total failure of Republican policy imagination.
The Court unanimously rejects the government's position that any misstatement by an applicant can justify denaturalization years later.
Chinese UC San Diego students felt the Tibetan spiritual leader "contravened the spirit of respect, tolerance, equality, and earnestness"
Welcome to one of the darkest corners of your War on Drugs, ladies and gentlemen.
Tea Party senators claim to be "open to negotiation" yet insist on repealing Obamacare, which no version of the AHCA has come close to doing.
Paul's "Read the Bills" resolution would change Senate rules to allow one day of transparency for every 20 pages of a bill's length.
Asset forfeiture "has led to egregious and well-chronicled abuses."
Administrators cancelled their event after a drawing of Pepe the Frog was found on their "free speech ball."
Just because you haven’t heard about New York City’s pension problems doesn’t mean they don’t exist.
A new trial from the ridesharing app could change the way mass transit works.
Seven seconds after Castile told a police officer he had a legal gun, he was shot seven times.
This win for government transparency appears to have an expiration date.
Sociologist Frank Furedi on how to bring liberalism back to campus.
The Supreme Court to decide if gerrymandering is unconstitutional
They haven't found any that work yet, but Democrats continue running political experiments with expanding government’s role in health care.
Why are Republicans rushing a bill no one likes? Here are five theories.
A look back at what some analysts saw as the teachable moment from an indefensible arrest of an American student abroad.
The attorney general says there are no low-level, nonviolent drug offenders in federal prison.
The long-ruling African National Congress is on its way to losing power, but could go with the "Zimbabwe option."
"Speech may not be banned on the ground that it expresses ideas that offend."
Robert Mueller's investigation into Russian influence on the 2016 presidential election could take the blame off Clinton for losing.
Michael Moynihan finds students scared to express “nuanced” ideas, a progressive professor demonized as a racist, protesters mocking “free speech,” and a college president who cannot rule out that he might be a white supremacist.
Five terrible, perpetually recurring arguments, debunked.
He won't host same-sex weddings, but his farm isn't even within city limits.
The president rolls back some of Obama's "completely one-sided deal with Cuba," reasserts that America will be a champion of liberty in "our hemisphere."
"He is known to be a member of the Libertarian Party."
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