The island nation's harsh drug sentences, crackdowns on speech, and poor treatment of blue-collar immigrants make Singapore's policy not worth replicating.
COVID-19 is reigniting old debates about zoning, public health, urban planning, and suburban sprawl.
A recent flurry of legislative activity suggests why forfeiture reform succeeds—and why it fails.
Former Executive Director Ira Glasser discusses the past, present, and increasingly shaky future of free speech.
The federal government responded to the 2008 mortgage crisis by piling new regulations on the financial system, but lower-skilled finance employees were squeezed out of the job market.
Airlines keep claiming they need a second bailout to bring back 35,000 furloughed employees. Don't buy their argument.
Human ingenuity is enabling us to get ever more goods and services from fewer and fewer resources.
Everyday parenting decisions should not put people at risk of getting arrested, losing their kids, or being listed on a state registry for child endangerment.
While these laws are intended to save children's lives in the event of an accident, Nickerson and Solomon argue that the effect on birthrates is much bigger.