The airline will either clean up its act or go out of business. Meanwhile, the government plods along.
Floridians will bear the cost of DeSantis currying favor with immigration restrictionists.
The White House's idea of using Freddie Mac and Fannie Mae to adopt rent control faces numerous legal and practical hurdles.
The site crashed because Swift is very popular, not because antitrust enforcement is too weak.
In 1950, there were more than 16 workers for every beneficiary. In 2035, that ratio will be only 2.3 workers per retiree.
Market forces have historically disrupted the tech sector and will continue to do so.
The Alamo Is Trying To Eminent Domain This Man's Bar to Make Way for Museum Honoring Alamo Defenders
"I think, in principle, it's ridiculous to have to deal with this eminent domain bullshit on the grounds of the Alamo," says owner Vince Cantu.
Virginia's lieutenant governor wants state education dollars to fund students, not school buildings.
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The governor wants to roll it back, but she doesn't have the votes.
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More leaders should follow in the footsteps of Govs. Josh Shapiro, Larry Hogan, and Spencer Cox.
The Biden administration's antitrust efforts are being shut down by judges, except for a single successful case where best-selling authors were involved.
Elizabeth Warren, Jamaal Bowman Want To Give Lina Khan the Power To Impose Rent Control on the Whole Country
Warren and fellow progressive Democrats have asked President Joe Biden to use the FTC, HUD, or maybe the FHFA to impose nationwide rent control.
While not a cure-all, universal recognition reduces the costs and time commitments of mandated training.
The city is banning temporary signs that don't have the NFL's approval in a downtown "clean zone."
Montreal's heritage laws could prevent the financially troubled St. John the Evangelist church from converting its little-used parish hall into a much-needed, revenue-generating asset.
While some Republicans may have had misguided motivations, a few disrupted McCarthy's campaign in order to enact fiscal restraint. Their colleagues were fine with business as usual.
Inflation fell to 6.5 percent in December, but new House rules ensure that Congress will have to consider the inflationary impact of future spending bills.
Multiple factors contribute to housing shortages, but zoning constraints are mostly to blame.
The governor would let developers route around local zoning codes and get housing projects approved directly by state officials.
New mechanisms to threaten liberty are brought to bear on those who need the government's permission to do their jobs.
Economist Bryan Caplan explains how cutting back on zoning and other restrictions could create millions of new jobs for workers - on top of other beneficial effects.
Deregulated states may spend more on transmission, but that part of the market is still heavily regulated.
Progressive politicians are irritated they have to make the same tradeoffs in their living situation as other high-income professionals.
Zion’s attempts to push out unwanted renters collides with Fourth Amendment protections.
Taxes and bans on foreign home ownership haven't arrested home price increases where they've been tried. There's no reason to think Canada's policy will be more successful.
Rents and home prices skyrocketed almost everywhere over the past two years. There's some hope new supply will bring costs down in the new year.
In this case, it enables the state to declare the area around Penn Station in New York City "blighted" and thereby authorize the use of eminent domain to take property for transfer to private interests.
Landlords say that nearly three years of eviction moratoriums is forcing some property owners out of the rental business entirely.
Reformers had two years of unprecedented victories—and then protectionists started using scare tactics to block them
The overall homeless population stayed basically flat from 2020 to 2022. But the number of people sleeping on the streets increased 3.4 percent.
The Richmond City Council unanimously approved a resolution to study applying tougher zoning restrictions to new shops as a way of cutting down on crime.
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If all Californians bought E.V.s tomorrow, it would be a nightmare.
Antitrust regulators don't seem to understand how the video game industry works.
Golden State lawmakers have refused to fix the California Environmental Quality Act. Now it could cost them a brand new office building.
With the FORMULA Act soon to expire, the U.S. baby formula market is about to return to the conditions that left it so vulnerable to a shortage in the first place.
The move is a step in the right direction. It also highlights how the issue cuts across ideological lines.
The mayor is proposing a long list of helpful, but marginal, reforms that would speed up the city's approval processes for new housing.