Plus: human trafficking victims arrested in Florida, Beyoncé and Domino's targeted by disability discrimination suits, and more...
A new book gives insight into Amash's breakup with the Republican Party, which was well underway before Amash said Trump should face impeachment proceedings.
Thanks to the Citizens United decision, the streaming service can play it whenever and wherever it wants.
A Republican representative lost his seat in the new instant runoff system, so he sued.
Party activists reflect after both a disappointing midterm and an energizing Jeff Hewitt win
Given only two candidates from the same party, millions just don't choose at all.
Where does political libertarianism go after the midterms?
The L.P.'s biggest 2018 winner wants to tackle California's public sector pension crisis head-on
By careening towards populism, the GOP handed over to the Democrats modern, growing, diverse and prosperous suburbs such as Orange County.
Though not as hotly contested as the U.S. Senate race, Florida's gubernatorial race has a clear winner.
Florida's Senate race is far from over.
Bruce Poliquin is currently ahead. But a new requirement that he get a majority vote could unseat him.
North Carolina capped income tax rates at 7 percent, while Florida will now require a supermajority to increase taxes or fees.
No blue wave, no "Trump bump." We're still waiting for politics to catch up with a world of increased individual autonomy.
Barring an early release, Rep. Ron Reynolds will miss the entire 2019 legislative session.
Plus: The FDA will ban flavored e-cigarette sales at most places, and Chris Christie is being floated as Jeff Sessions' replacement.
Before the news cycle spins forever into crazy-land, Reason editors pause to assess the deep meanings, and lack thereof, of this week's elections
The Trumpening of the Republican Party continues apace. What will principled conservatives do now that it's clear they have no home in the GOP?
This Ousted Judge Just Released All the Juvenile Defendants Who Promised Him They Wouldn't Kill Anybody
"He was releasing everybody. Apparently he was saying that's what the voters wanted."
The justice prevailed by a lopsided margin of 71 percent to 29 percent.
But a few of Tuesday's big races indicate he did more harm than good.
Taking redistricting power away from lawmakers isn't a foolproof strategy for ending gerrymandering, but it's probably a modest step in the right direction.
If the Space Force goes down before it ever got up on its feet, that's probably for the best.
Two-thirds of the states have now legalized marijuana for medical or recreational use.
Meanwhile, Fargo citizens adopt a different way to choose winners of citywide races.
Democrats can't stop her, but they can hold a lot of hearings.
To the extent that this is even a thing, it's no surprise the Democrats won it, since they won most of the seats that were up yesterday.
He's not the first dead person to win an election.
Amash and Massie will return. Michigan will have legal weed. No Nevada brothels will be banned. And more...
Running a campaign that stressed small-government values over the Libertarian Party label, the incumbent was still unable to prevail.
Libertarian Bethany Baldes Gets Within 60 Votes of Victory in Wyoming State House Race Against Incumbent GOP Majority Leader
Digging in on one winnable small-total race comes very close to paying off for Libertarian strategist Apollo Pazell.
The initiative's success is especially striking given the Mormon church's opposition.
It is the first state in the Midwest to allow nonmedical use.