The Supreme Court will consider whether federal agencies’ administrative judges violate the Seventh Amendment.
Bill Maher Attacks 'the Real Deep State' of Government Regulators, Administrators, and Zoning Officers
The comedian blames America's endless reams of regulatory red tape for slowing down new wind farms, housing, and public toilets.
The world's largest union of pilots says this requirement is necessary for safety and not unduly burdensome, but its data are misleadingly cherry-picked.
The Golden State's new rules—which Pennsylvania's Environmental Quality Board opted to copy—will increase the cost of a new truck by about one-third.
Medicare's new price-setting process for drug purchases is better than its current one if the result is lower government spending.
A Chicago sandwich shop's survival depends on cutting through red tape.
This progress has been widely shared, to the great benefit of the people at the bottom of the distribution.
The Colorado governor finds common ground with many libertarians. But does he really stand for more freedom?
The guidelines would ignore decades of academic findings about how firm concentration can have a positive impact on consumers' welfare.
Even if background check applicants are guilty of wrongdoing, imposing lifetime bans on gainful employment is not a good policy.
Players can experience for themselves how difficult, expensive, and exhausting it is to come to the country legally.
For five decades, the agency has destroyed countless lives while targeting Americans for personal choices and peaceful transactions.
A new Cato Institute report highlights just how hard it is to come to the U.S. legally.
One Reason for New York's Pitiful Rollout of Legal Pot: License Preferences for Victims of Prohibition
More than two years after legalizing recreational use, the state has just a dozen licensed retailers.
He Spent a Decade in Jail Without Being Convicted. Now His Lawyer Says His Case Should Be Dismissed.
Maurice Jimmerson has spent 10 years in jail awaiting trial for a 2013 murder charge.
Staffing shortages and laughably out-of-date technology in the federal government's air traffic control system are leading to a lot more flight delays.
Until 2004, all foreign workers could renew their visas without leaving the United States.
Under Walensky, the CDC's voluntary guidance was anything but.
Steven Hedrick rents out roll-off dumpsters to people and hauls them away after. A new city ordinance is mandating that people use county services instead.
Plus: Divides over misinformation, on free markets and social justice, and more…
In 2013, Maurice Jimmerson was charged with murder. Ten years later, he's still languishing in a Dougherty County jail, awaiting trial.
Officials who often get it wrong can’t be trusted to reliably decree what’s true.
It'll be another five years before it's operational.
COVID-era problems are partially to blame, but so are outdated government practices.
If a municipality fails to approve or deny a permit by state-set deadlines, developers could hire private third parties to get the job done.
College players on student visas face complex barriers when it comes to profiting off their names, images, and likenesses.
Today, TikTok. Tomorrow, who knows?
Foreign-born tech workers in the U.S. have been especially vulnerable as tech giants lay off large shares of their work forces.
It would result in shortages, decreases in productivity, and higher production costs affecting millions of American workers and nearly every consumer.
Lawmakers are considering giving state officials the ability to rewrite NIMBY cities' restrictive zoning codes.
It's a threat to our fundamental rights, but courts refuse to change their approach.
Many Democrats and Republicans were outraged when Trump and Biden respectively were found with classified documents. But both sides are missing the point.
People can never be made incorruptible. We can, however, design governmental systems filled with checks and balances that limit the temptations.
L.A. Plans To Scrap Its Genuinely Good Outdoor Dining Program and Replace It With Rules, Fees, and Paperwork
The L.A. City Council saw a good thing happening and decided government wasn't involved enough.
Election betting markets are often more reliable than pundits. Did the site steal user funds? No. Did they lie to people? No. Harm anyone? No.
A new proposal to more than triple visa entry fees for performers will harm American audiences and culture.