Republicans are in danger of squandering a promising opportunity for education reform on culture war squabbles.
Civil liberties groups argue that debt-based license suspensions are unfair and illogical since they deprive people of transportation, preventing them from earning money to pay off debts.
Xiulu Ruan, a pain specialist, was sentenced to 21 years in federal prison for prescribing opioid analgesics "outside the usual course of professional medical practice."
Lawmakers stuffed more than $8 billion in pet projects into an omnibus federal spending bill passed in March. But wait, didn't Congress ban earmarks back in 2011?
Nearly 4 million people fled Ukraine in the first month after the February 24 invasion, and thousands have left each day since.
Early cities' concentrated populations and burgeoning scale didn't spontaneously summon pharaonic god-kings or bureaucrats.
It wasn't just autocrats who were frequently tempted to address "fake news" about the pandemic through state pressure and coercion.