Does Section 230 shield YouTube from lawsuits about recommendations? Can Twitter be forced to pay damages over the terrorists it hasn’t banned?
"Students were misreading exam questions at an astonishing rate," says Maitland Jones Jr.
Can the government turn $80 billion into $204 billion? Probably not.
The world’s politicians offer a friendly reception to attacks on free speech.
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A former guidance counselor served six years of a 25-year sentence thanks to a public defender's incompetence.
Hollywood often takes liberties. But there's a distinction to be made between poetic license and historical revisionism.
The Federal Prison Oversight Act would create an independent ombudsman to investigate complaints about the Bureau of Prisons, something prison advocacy groups have long called for.
Media outlets repeated police speculation that she might have been involved, but investigators now say she was likely unarmed.
Judge Gary Klausner admits that the FBI probably hid their true motives in rifling through the contents of hundreds of safe deposit boxes, but says that's fine.
Rather than being replaced by A.I., humans should plan to work with it.
A technically astounding film that turns a French housing block into a political warzone.
Netflix's The G Word tries and fails to restore faith in big government.
High recidivism rates are not surprising when life in prison features the same factors that drive crime.
The policy, released this week, places unconstitutional prohibitions on faculty speech.
It’s only one vessel, but the U.S. domestic shipping cartel, protected by the awful Jones Act, is screaming about it.