In today's innovative economy, there's no excuse for sending a gift card. The staff at Reason is here with some inspiration.
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Should the U.S. continue to bankroll the counteroffensive?
He Caught a Burglar in the Act. But When Police Came, He Says They Tased Him Instead of the Intruder.
Damien Smith claims in a new lawsuit that police racially profiled him and violated his First, Fourth, and 14th Amendment rights.
The National Association of Medical Examiners now says "excited delirium" should not be cited as a cause of death.
A Police Officer Killed a Man for Firing 'Celebratory' Shots Into the Air. Now, He Faces a Federal Lawsuit.
"Defendant Huber intentionally fired his service weapon at Decedent and killed him with gunfire while Decedent posed no threat of death or serious bodily harm to Defendant Huber," the lawsuit states.
Plus: the editors field a listener question on intellectual property.
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Body camera footage shows precisely why some people don’t trust police to respond appropriately to nonviolent incidents.
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It’s a bold and probably unconstitutional goal that’s bound to alienate millions of Americans.
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The Kansas credentialing body reprimanded the officer for using excessive force against a child, but stopped short of pulling his license.
Ukrainians have taken to the streets with arms to defend their country and their freedom.
Already abused for political purposes, the power of government shouldn’t be expanded based on lies.
Despite such magazines being widely and lawfully used, and with the ban having been tossed out by other courts and court panels, the 9th Circuit thinks the ban does not violate the Second Amendment
Carrying this archaeologists' accessory in the city's downtown without government permission is now a misdemeanor.
But the appeals court wasn't having it.
If small arms can’t defeat a modern military, why are the people of Myanmar so determined to fight for freedom?
A ban won’t stop mass shootings, but it will hinder self-defense.
Three deputies were placed on leave after the St. Johns County Sheriff's Office received the video.
Rhode Island is one of only two states that still prohibit civilian stun gun and Taser ownership.
When the human condition resists perfection through legislation, the answer always seems to be more—and stupider—laws.
"I don't think that I deserve to pay $80 for something that is fixable — and I can fix it, if that's all you want me to do."
The Chattanooga Police Department is at the center of another excessive force lawsuit.