The Missouri State Highway Patrol is investigating a reporter who uncovered a flaw on the website for the state's Department of Elementary and Secondary Education that exposed the Social Security numbers of state teachers. The St. Louis Post-Dispatch alerted the state and allowed the problem to be fixed before publishing a story about the issue. But Gov. Mike Parson said the reporter committed a crime and should be punished.
Instead of pining for authoritarian control, maybe U.S. health officials could tell the FDA to stop standing in the way of progress.
The meager evidence cited by Connecticut officials makes their warnings seem overwrought.
Only vehicles made in unionized U.S. factories qualify for the full amount.
Some are using Kyle Rittenhouse's acquittal to argue for harsher laws and punishments. Andrew Coffee IV's case is a study in why that's an awful idea.
Just how infectious and dangerous the new variant could be is not known at this time.