A new Reason documentary explores why, for some, bitcoin is the 'real Green New Deal.'
The government has doubled down on failed policies, citing deeply flawed studies and misrepresenting data.
Today, the Lone Star state counts 90 homeless people per every 100,000 residents. In California, the problem is almost five times as bad.
A new Netflix documentary shows how the seeds of political polarization that roil our culture today were planted at Waco.
A documentary short about a woman who takes ayahuasca to alleviate the pain caused by addiction
If SCOTUS finds in favor of a small-town Idaho couple in Sackett v. EPA, it could end the federal government's jurisdiction over millions of acres of land.
Join Reason on YouTube and Facebook on Thursday at 1 p.m. Eastern for a live discussion of America's continued funding of Ukraine's defense against Russia's invasion.
"It's stories and songs and films cut apart and written over, leaving no trace and no remnant of whatever used to be," writes novelist and cultural critic Kat Rosenfield.
“I think the Chestnut is an example of an interventionist approach,” says scientist Jared Westbrook. “We might have some capabilities and responsibilities to correct some of the problems that we created.”
"You have this looming power over you that essentially can end your career," says Stanford's Jay Bhattacharya.
Biden's 'Made In America' Plan Is Bullying Homeowners Off Their Land to Build a Taxpayer-Subsidized Chip Plant
The president has touted a factory jobs boom. In practice, that means forcing people out of their homes to benefit corporate projects that rely on billions of dollars of subsidies.
Transit ridership, especially rail, has collapsed post-pandemic, but the Atlanta BeltLine Coalition says now is the time to take federal dollars and build a $2.5 billion streetcar.
Dissecting the president's misleading claims about falling deficits
"[Libertarians] need to push forward our own culture, our own vision, our own language, our own narrative" and change "the way people think," says Mises Caucus founder Michael Heise.
Supporters say they want to "make the Libertarian Party libertarian again." Critics say they’re shitposting edgelords who will destroy the LP from within.
This crisis is the result of protectionism, regulation, and central planning.
The Georgetown professor isn't a toy lover—he's trying to convey a philosophical idea about the nature of free will and the capacity of humans to remake the world around them.