The Justice Department says that policy is rational and consistent with the right to keep and bear arms.
The innocuously-titled Online Safety Bill threatens citizens' rights to privacy and to speak freely.
Prices for food and housing continued to rise but were offset by lower gas and energy prices.
After 18 months of dealing with the FDA, some distillers are regretting making hand sanitizers at all.
“While we’re dribbling the ball on the other side of the ocean, people are losing their loved ones, lives, and hope,” says the former Celtics center.
McCullough didn't just build on academic historians' work—he filled a gap they left.
The department claims that the ban, which provides no exceptions for medical emergencies, violates existing federal law.
Good public health messaging must be comprehensible, accurate, and actionable.
A robust market of monitoring technology already exists. There's no need to boost it further by government fiat.
An 1849 state law bans abortion in nearly all cases. The candidates disagree over whether it should be enforced.
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Mobile Homes Are a Crucial Source of Affordable Housing. Politicians Are Trying To Zone Them Out of Town.
The government should not take away reliable and affordable housing from those who need it most.
The U.S. is missing out on necessary high-skilled workers by faltering on immigration reform.
The 5th Circuit Considers Whether the Trump Administration Was Legally Authorized To Ban Bump Stocks
Regulators imposed the ban based on a highly implausible and counterintuitive reading of federal law.
Even Democrats are criticizing the bill's unrealistic expectations.
Democrats' Rejection of Permit Streamlining Resolution Doesn't Bode Well for Joe Manchin's 'Side Deal'
The West Virginia senator conditioned his support for the Inflation Reduction Act on reforming federal environmental review laws. His Senate colleagues don't seem so hot on the idea.
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Instead, the feds are telling us something very revealing about themselves.
And to Think That I Saw It on Mulberry Street and other titles shot up Amazon's bestseller list after being self-censored by Dr. Seuss Enterprises.
Jamie Bartlett's gripping look at the schematics and psychology of a scam
Several dozen NYC residents want to repeal the regulations allowing outdoor dining in the city.
Perhaps not coincidentally, the makeup of the Democratic Party has recently been trending toward high-earning professionals.
It is unclear if, or when, she could be freed by a prisoner exchange
The creator of The Moth talks about why the past is never dead, especially in his new novel The Kingdoms of Savannah.