- In the first major U.S. airstrike in Libya since November, Americans bombed a suspected ISIS training camp there Friday, killing more than 40 people.
- The Cook County Circuit Court in Illinois has agreed to hear a case concerning Republican Sen. Ted Cruz's eligibility to serve as U.S. President.
- Oregon lawmakers approved a plan to increase the minimum wage from $9.25 to between $12.50-$14.75, depending on location, over the next six years.
- The South Carolinans go for Donald Trump?
- At a Democratic town hall in Las Vegas, Vermont Sen. Bernie Sanders said he was "a strong feminist" who was made "an honorary woman many, many years ago" by Gloria Steinem.
- Sanders also, in an interview with BET, accused Hillary Clinton of acting buddy-buddy with President Obama all of a sudden "to win support from the African-American community."
- Thousands of activists marched in Madison, Wisconsin, Thursday to protest immigration legislation headed to Gov. Scott Walker.
- A Kentucky bill that just cleared the state senate creates a separate marriage-license form for same-sex couples.
- A new exhibition at Amsterdam's Van Gogh Museum explores prostitution in late-19th and early 20th-century Paris through the period's paintings.
- "Knife-wielding monkey terrorizes Brazilian bar after guzzling some rum."
In his new memoir, the retired justice seeks to justify his awful eminent domain ruling.
"The Iron Throne" is exciting for 40 minutes, and then a huge letdown.
The president goes personal in his reply to a libertarian Republican congressman accusing him of obstruction of justice.
"When loyalty to a political party or to an individual trumps loyalty to the Constitution, the Rule of Law—the foundation of liberty—crumbles."
If You Think Capitalism Is Dying Because Two Companies 'Control 90 Percent of the Beer Americans Drink,' Go Home, You're Drunk
Obituaries for the benefits of free markets are as numerous as they are wrongheaded.