SCOTUS will soon decide whether to hear José Oliva’s argument that he should be allowed to sue V.A. officers for violating his Fourth Amendment rights.
Texas Lawmakers Push a Likely Unconstitutional Ban on Plant-Based Food Producers Labeling Their Products 'Meat,' 'Beef,' 'Pork'
Producers of plant-based meats argue these restrictions violate the First Amendment.
With depressing job reports, why not eliminate more laws that keep people from doing jobs they want to do and people want to pay them to do?
Hernan Palma is suing after he says he was punched in the face and his family restrained by cops during a botched no-knock drug raid.
Jobs data casts doubt on the idea that the COVID-19 pandemic is uniquely setting women back.
The state and local tax deduction overwhelmingly benefits rich households in high-tax states while shifting their federal tax burden to everyone else.
The agency's disease advice is seen as increasingly irrelevant by more Americans.
Biden Claims 5 Past Fed Chairs Back His Jobs Plan, but 2 Are Dead and 2 More Have Been Quiet About It
Plus: Boomer electoral power dwindling, U.S. migration patterns appear linked to pandemic restrictions, and more...
Shocker: When you keep schools closed, lie about them being death mills, then call opening advocates white supremacists, parents may not be in a hurry to send their kids back to part-time Zoom-in-a-room.
Ledell Lee was put to death in 2017 for a killing he likely didn't commit.
Subjects diagnosed with severe post-traumatic stress disorder made substantially more progress when they received MDMA rather than a placebo.
North Carolina's Terrible Body Camera Law Blocks Important Information in a Controversial Police Shooting
Will the public ever see why deputies shot Andrew Brown?
A bride-to-be says the regulation is an irrational and unconstitutional restriction on her special day.
The main qualification of Cheney's likely replacement as chair of the House Republican Conference is her willingness to indulge Donald Trump's election fantasy.
The FBI Seized Heirlooms, Coins, and Cash From Hundreds of Safe Deposit Boxes in Beverly Hills, Despite Knowing 'Some' Belonged to 'Honest Citizens'
Victims of the FBI's constitutionally dubious raid say they've been told to come forward and identify themselves if they want their stuff back.
Plus: Wired is wrong about Section 230, the Democratic disagreement over a SALT deduction cap, and more...
Government officials who wield land grabs to pick economic winners and losers now want to use them to kill disfavored businesses.
A conversation with Whole Earth Catalog founder, Merry Prankster, and woolly mammoth de-extinctionist Stewart Brand.
The government should let milk marketing stand on its own four legs.
The San Francisco Board of Supervisors voted to landmark the longtime home of gay rights activists Phyllis Lyon and Del Martin.
After spending 47 years behind bars, Bobby Sneed may die in prison for no good reason.
The federal charges against Chauvin and three other officers involved in George Floyd's death are more about making a statement than seeking justice.
High unemployment benefits are getting the blame for disappointing job growth in the midst of a worker shortage
"Conservation will ultimately boil down to rewarding the private landowner who conserves the public interest," wrote naturalist Aldo Leopold.
A tale of heartbreak and tenacity in post-Reconstruction Mississippi.
Trump imposed huge tariffs on imported steel and Biden is keeping them in place even as American businesses beg for relief.
California Democrats and journalists are suddenly concerned about expensive government.
Plus: The difference between conservatives and libertarians, Utah Supreme Court upholds sex changes on birth certificates, and more...
The public school system is a travesty that does not—and cannot—put students first.
"It feels like we've gone from tragedy to farce."
A significant portion of the world views the U.S. as a threat to democracy in their home countries.
"I do not hold any bitterness toward anybody."