Free-range mom Lenore Skenazy talks with sociologist Frank Furedi about what it means to be a kid in the 21st century.
"My cousin committed suicide while on duty at the armory after coming home from a tour abroad."
The state's food freedom law has been a boon to indie cooks and farmers, and an irritant to regulatory busybodies
Decriminalize Denver campaign director Kevin Matthews speaks about his winning strategy and the new frontier of drug policy.
The Trump administration keeps deliberately raising tensions with Iran, risking conflict.
The city’s systems have been down since May 7, with no end in sight.
Environmental Group Behind California's Paper Receipt Crackdown Is Chaired by CEO of Digital Payment Company
A California bill to crack down on paper receipts relies on scare tactics and misinformation.
Episode 4 of Free Speech Rules, starring UCLA law professor Eugene Volokh
The legislation moves forward following a compromise with law enforcement groups.
This might seem like nothing more than a snooze-worthy debate over semantics or economic theory or government P.R. strategies. But it matters a lot.
In the best of all possible worlds, such actions wouldn't be necessary. In the current climate, boycotting social media might spark a return to a robust marketplace of ideas.
New Julian Assange Indictment Crushes the Hopes of Journalists Who Thought Their Press Passes Would Save Them
Don't believe the Justice Department when it reassures journalists that the WikiLeaks founder is uniquely guilty of violating the Espionage Act.
The agency, which has yet to release the agent's name, had to amend its statement about the circumstances of Claudia Patricia Gómez González's death.
Plus: Naomi Wolf has no clue (again), gun site wins Section 230 case, and more...
This is the nature of government. It can't stop the flow of illicit substances in a sealed and militarized building that's under its total control.
It's not just the right to report that's under attack. It's also your right to be informed.
"I want to be clear that the comments I made are not indicative of who I am or who I've become in the years since."
The bipartisan push to remove capital punishment from state law is moving forward.
Portland's City-Owned Golf Courses a Hot Mess of Deferred Maintenance, Ballooning Pension Costs, and Falling Revenue
Rather than sell its money-losing golf courses, city officials recommend trying to sell more Portlanders on the joys of golf.
Whether or not you agree with Amash, his demeanor this week stands in stark contrast to how most of Trump's defenders—and the president himself—have reacted to Amash's statements.
Restaurateurs get protection from small competitors. It’s the citizens who lose out on delicious food choices.
What happens when cities and counties have their own ideas about a law that authorizes the seizure of guns from people who are mentally ill?
As a Deadline for Legalizing Marijuana in Illinois Approaches, a New Poll Finds Strong Public Support
According to the survey, three-fifth of voters think pot should be legal for recreational use.
"Tariffs are taxes on Americans—and we talk as if that's not the case; we forget that Americans are paying them," says Pete Buttigieg. That shouldn't be noteworthy, but unfortunately it is.
The operation used its intimate knowledge of NYPD operations to thrive.
Plus: Snowflakes in House Freedom Caucus continue to melt down over Amash comments, Michael Avenatti charged for stealing from Stormy Daniels, and more...
Jon Goldsmith called a local deputy a "stupid sum bitch" on Facebook, so the deputy's superior charged Goldsmith with writing a threatening statement.
Or are Americans simply wising up to the dangers posed by cops having their "face prints" on file?
While the libertarian congressman sheds supporters over impeachment controversy, a trip through the last 30 months shows a history of conflict.
Historian Daniel Okrent looks back at the bigoted "intellectual justification" for anti-immigration policies.
Offenders in California Get Saddled with Thousands of Dollars in Court Fees. This Bill Would Stop That.
A study shows that when these fees hit low-income offenders, they wreck their lives—and also don't even get paid.
The bill allows dual prosecutions of people in the president's orbit who receive pardons or commutations.
Michael Shellenberger believes the Green New Deal’s focus on wind and solar is a waste of time and money.
Anti-prohibitionists are now trying to help those still impacted by old drug convictions.
Costume Manufacturer Alleges Competitor's Banana Suit Costume Looks a Little Too Much Like a Banana, Is Copyright Violation
Rasta Imposta has a history of defending its "unique" banana costume design with copyright litigation.
While well-intentioned, the alert system is often ineffective.
Plus: New York may ban 3D-printed guns and most Americans support Roe v. Wade.