New EPA rules this week will deem a whole lot more streams, tributaries, and wetlands as protected wildlife and water habitats.
- The Justice Department reached a settlement with the city of Cleveland concerning its pattern of unconstitutional and excessively forceful policing; details have yet to be released.
- Charter Communications Inc., America's fourth-largest cable company, has reached an agreement to buy the country's second-largest cable company, Time Warner Cable, for $56.7 million billion.
- Japan is considering a bill to ban "hate speech."
- A leaked Council of the European Union document shows plans to thwart the U.K. from directing mobile and internet providers to automatically block porn.
- Yet more evidence linking diabetes to later development of Alzheimer's disease.
- A bunch of printouts of other people's Instagram photos sold for $90,000 apiece.
- RIP John Nash.
"Touching someone's arm to get their attention, I would have thought was normal."
California's progressive political imperatives are having such glaring real-world repercussions that it's hard to keep ignoring them.
This Case, Which Resulted in a 20-Year Prison Sentence, Supposedly Showed How Florida's 'Stand Your Ground' Law Lets People Get Away With Murder
Michael Drejka said he had to shoot Markeis McGlockton in self-defense. Jurors disagreed.
A Department of Justice lawyer in every pot.
Naama Issachar, a 26-year-old woman who was arrested while catching a connecting flight in Moscow, was charged with drug smuggling.