Plus: an unexpected digression into the world of Little Debbie dessert snack cakes.
Too bad that was only a small part of the 90-minute affair.
The White House cited the extraordinarily low recidivism rates among those released and the savings to taxpayers in its veto threat.
Reason's Zach Weissmueller talked with the senator about his quest to uncover the origins of COVID-19 and hold Anthony Fauci accountable.
A new GAO report details federal prosecutors' attempts to put the horse back in the barn.
"Being a true free speech champion does require that you defend speech that even you disagree with," says libertarian Rikki Schlott.
Senate Resolution Would Send Federal Offenders Back to Prison 3 Years After Being Released to Home Confinement
The Bureau of Prisons released more than 12,000 people on home confinement during the pandemic. Three years later, Republicans want to overturn a Justice Department rule allowing those still serving sentences to stay home.
A new Government Accountability Office report notes that of 24 federal agencies, none of their headquarters are more than half-staffed on an average day.
The notion that COVID-19 came from a lab was once touted as misinformation. But now the FBI, the Energy Department, and others agree with Paul.
The justices agreed to consider whether the Biden administration's efforts to suppress online "misinformation" were unconstitutional.
But that decision seems to violate federal law.
Well over half of those funds remain unspent, according to a new Government Accountability Office report.
Especially because the once-dismissed possibility of rising rates is now a reality.
Several federal judges had expressed skepticism about the constitutionality of penalizing physicians for departing from a government-defined "consensus."
The Department of Defense spent $1.2 billion on furniture between 2020 and 2022, although it only uses 23 percent of its office space.
The attacks on Sweden's laissez faire approach were shortsighted, says the Cato Institute senior fellow.
Yoel Roth worries about government meddling in content moderation, except when Democrats target "misinformation."
Aaron Kheriaty, author of The New Abnormal, examines the persistent COVID mandates for K-12 schools, college campuses, and health care settings.
New Mexico Gov. Michelle Lujan Grisham thinks violent crime gives her a license to rule by decree.
The 5th Circuit Agrees That Federal Officials Unconstitutionally 'Coerced' or 'Encouraged' Online Censorship
The appeals court narrowed a preliminary injunction against such meddling but confirmed the threat that it poses to freedom of speech.
Plus: internet censorship, outdoor dining land grabs, and more...
A likely consequence: Sick students will avoid going to the university hospital.
Giving schools more money doesn't make them better.
School closers (and too many journalists) want to evade responsibility for a catastrophic decision.
The Scandinavian country suffered fewer excess deaths and far less economic and social damage than other rich countries that had more restrictive pandemic policies.
"Donald Trump added $8 trillion to our debt," Haley said during the opening moments of Wednesday's first Republican primary debate.
One Atlanta-area college has even reinstated a mask mandate and social distancing.
Plaintiffs in Missouri v. Biden allege that federal pressure to remove and suppress COVID-19 material on Facebook and Twitter violates the First Amendment.
A new study of COVID-19 narratives makes the very mistake it purports to correct.
No one knows exactly how to get them back.