The Nixon administration did everything it could to curb antiwar activism. Then the courts said it had gone too far.
"I knew they were scumbags," a former Bureau of Prisons officer tells Reason.
The Fox libertarian on why joking around is a vital form of free expression
One Montreal restaurant was cited for having "fish and chips" on its menu.
Who cares if Americans can't answer basic civics questions?
The Sindex: Price of Booze Away From Home Up 6.6 Percent Since 2022
The Reason Sindex tracks the price of vice: smoking, drinking, snacking, traveling, and more.
Thank Swifties, not Joe Biden, for Ticketmaster's consumer-friendly pricing policy.
"The opportunity to think for ourselves and to express those thoughts freely is among our most cherished liberties," Justice Neil Gorsuch wrote in the majority opinion.
The former Texas governor spoke with Reason's Nick Gillespie at the Psychedelic Science 2023 conference in Denver.
Author Jacob Soll's commitment to an untenable historical thesis distorts the facts.
An undercurrent of the book is that common people want whatever progressive intellectuals want them to want.
The Amazon miniseries examines the Institute in Basic Life Principles, focusing on the Duggar family and its multiple sex abuse scandals.
A new podcast asks whether federal agents are catching bad guys or creating them.
Washington Post reporter Ben Terris offers a fair treatment to both conservative and liberal activists in the Trump era.
A new book handles the ill-fated CEO's story with respect.
Leaders depicted in the Apple TV+ series outlaw "relics" of the past, even including PEZ dispensers.
This retelling of the Nixon scandal is more in the style of Leslie Nielsen than Robert Redford.
A Chicago sandwich shop's survival depends on cutting through red tape.