And why he almost certainly will not
Despite their popularity, food trucks at the National Mall are paying a hefty price to operate.
The decision is another rebuke to states that have imposed broad, location-specific limits on the right to bear arms.
Critics have argued the legal action is a meritless SLAPP suit.
"California is promoting an approach to math instruction that's likely to reduce opportunities for disadvantaged students," writes math professor Brian Conrad.
Away from the speeches of the party's presidential candidates, the Republican Huntington Beach city attorney talked up his efforts to thwart state zoning reforms.
The president voiced support for the union's goals on the picket line but companies are already struggling to build fuel-efficient cars that Biden wants to prioritize.
"The police are free to ask questions, and the public is free to ignore them," wrote a federal judge.
A 2022 Canadian case involving what looks like a stoned mistake seems to be the closest real-world example of this purported danger.
A divided board recommends reforms as Congress debates renewing snooping authority.
David Friedman's anarchism doesn't have the answer for everything. That's the point.
A series of studies suggest it's not algorithms that are driving political polarization, ignorance, or toxicity online.
Just as there are adult reasons for vape companies to sell flavored vape pods, there are adult reasons for drug dealers to color their fentanyl.
With a second term, the former president promised to end California's water shortage, clear homeless encampments, and conduct the biggest deportation operation in American history.
"The orange elephant in the room just never seems to be addressed head on," says Reason's Zach Weissmueller.
The late California senator always seemed to err on the side of more government power and less individual freedom.
Conceptually, it's all a bit vague, but it sure looks amazing.
A study found a "high rate of substitution" between vapes and cigarettes, suggesting that policies aimed at preventing underage use are undermining public health.
The worst of the antitrust alarmism keeps proving untrue, as tech companies believed by some to be monopolies instead lose market share.