The Reason Roundtable analyzes an establishment smear against a foreign policy heretic, and laments the bipartisan panic against online speech.
Workers say they've had their hours cut and lost other benefits, such as health insurance. If only someone could have predicted that.
Health care policy has dominated the early 2020 debates, and Obamacare has few defenders left.
Reason's Jacob Sullum and former New York Times reporter Alex Berenson debate eliminating laws that prohibit the use and sale of narcotics.
Gabbard called Clinton "the queen of warmongers, embodiment of corruption, and personification of the rot that has sickened the Democratic Party for so long."
The ruling is a partial victory for civil liberties groups, who argue that lawmakers were subverting a constitutional amendment expected to restore voting rights to 1.4 million Floridians.
A DNA test might show that he didn't fire the shot that killed a clerk in 1994. But the law says he'd be guilty anyway.
More than 300,000 students in Chicago were out of school on Friday as the teachers strike continued.
The company says it will sell only tobacco, mint, and menthol pods unless and until the FDA officially approves other varieties.
But can the city commit to reducing its jail population—and will Rikers' infamous culture just be transplanted to the new jails?
From morning till past midnight, supporters and opponents of a bill to decriminalize prostitution offered starkly different visions of safety and rights.
Screenwriter Nigel Williams seems to have thought he was working on Fast Times At Moscow High.
For once, the Trump administration is on the right side of a debate with Congress over trade.
Plus: Oregon's vaping ban is halted, fake rap video money lands a man in jail, and a Syrian ceasefire appears to have already broken down.
Friday A/V Club: When Timothy Leary, Ayn Rand, and Big Mama Thornton shared a microphone
There are stories of marijuana business owners showing up at California's tax agency offices with trash bags filled with cash, even though the agency generally doesn't allow cash payments.
Undead again with Jesse Eisenberg and Emma Stone, and some dark and stormy nights with Willem Dafoe and Robert Pattinson.
The 'Three Stooges' of Bill Weld, Joe Walsh, and Mark Sanford raised $647,000 combined in the third quarter, compared to $125.7 million for the presidential juggernaut.
San Francisco gives its Planning Commission nearly unlimited discretion to deny or condition permits, making life hell for business owners.
The Drone Integration and Zoning Act seeks to expand private property rights and give localities more say in airspace regulation.
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