The growing anti-transparency atmosphere in the state might make the Florida Man extinct.
Some progressives want to remove bureaucratic obstacles to growth—in the service of Democrats and big government.
A series of studies suggest it's not algorithms that are driving political polarization, ignorance, or toxicity online.
The worst of the antitrust alarmism keeps proving untrue, as tech companies believed by some to be monopolies instead lose market share.
"I knew they were scumbags," a former Bureau of Prisons officer tells Reason.
For five decades, the agency has destroyed countless lives while targeting Americans for personal choices and peaceful transactions.
Reading between the lines of The Wealth of Nations
Adam Smith recognized that man has a natural "propensity to truck, barter, and exchange."
Morgan Bettinger was accused on social media of telling protesters they would make good "speed bumps." It was more than a year before investigations cleared her.
What happens when anti-liberty zealots get the same powers?
Can Americans afford to welcome the huddled masses?
What is the relationship between liberty and democracy?
Have we forgotten the era of mass institutionalization?
Does Ukraine face an existential risk? Does it matter?
Is an A.I. "foom" even possible?