Regulatory uncertainty is keeping the seaweed market from reaching its full potential.
On streaming and the big screen, we're paying more for less, even as new ideas seem few and far between.
The Foundation for Individual Rights and Expression (FIRE) is defending expression on campus and off as the ACLU becomes a progressive advocacy group.
After 50 years, not only has Title IX failed to deliver on its promises for female athletes, it also made men's sports worse.
“A State violates the Free Exercise Clause when it excludes religious observers from otherwise available public benefits,” the Supreme Court held.
My NBC News Article on Today's Supreme Court Ruling Barring Discrimination Against Religious Schools in Maine School Choice Program
The decision is an important victory for both the principle of nondiscrimination and parents and students seeking better educational opportunities.
States may not "exclude some members of the community from an otherwise generally available public benefit because of their religious exercise,” says SCOTUS.
A kid roaming the streets on his own is like an endangered species: once common, now rare, and worth trying to bring back.
Wiretapping and eavesdropping used to be the norm. Perhaps privacy was always an illusion after all.
This chilling cat-and-mouse hunt between Jeff Bridges and John Lithgow is worth your attention.
M. Chris Fabricant's new book details how flawed techniques have led to numerous wrongful convictions.
Despite the abundance of transcripts, FBI reports, and memoirs from those involved, we still know more about the cover-up than we do about the infamous political scandal.
His 2000 thesis on civil-rights-era Atlanta lifts passages from other people's work.
The game won't be playable in Belgium or the Netherlands thanks to local gambling laws.
When the Bushwick bar Honey's tried to host a “Russia, Ukraine, and Food" talk with food writer and academic Darra Goldstein, the angry mob shut them down.
The original Jurassic Park is the best summer movie ever. The latest sequel just wants to remind you the original exists.
Novel series gets six-episode launch on AMC.
Everybody knows what almond, oat, and soy milk are. We don’t need the FDA’s intervention, no matter what the dairy lobby claims.
A new book vividly portrays human beings coping with daily existence in a disintegrating society but offers an incoherent analysis of what went wrong.
There’s reportedly only one trans female athlete competing in the state, but this sports ban can be used to harass cis girls as well.
Just don’t expect a whole lot of plot coherence.
Disturbing, eerie, and strangely relevant, it's a return to form for the Canadian horror master.
The Parkers filed their lawsuit under Maine’s new ‘right-to-food’ constitutional amendment.
Early cities' concentrated populations and burgeoning scale didn't spontaneously summon pharaonic god-kings or bureaucrats.