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Minimum wage laws priced young workers out of the market before the pandemic and may do so in the future.
The South Dakota Supreme Court ruled that the ballot initiative violated the "single subject" rule for constitutional amendments.
Detroit leaders throw around words like "fairness" and "equity" while shielding big restaurants from smaller competition.
There are better ways to build trust in the community than by violating the Fourth Amendment.
Just how infectious and dangerous the new variant could be is not known at this time.
There may not be a more striking metaphor for capitalism's victory over the Soviet Union than a 60-second Pizza Hut ad that originally aired more than 20 years ago.
California, which offers some of the most generous pension benefits in the country to its public workers, apparently isn't paying them handsomely enough, the federal Department of Labor says.
The IRS' track record suggests that beefed up enforcement will also mean more trampling of Americans' due process rights.
The unique civic and economic role of voluntarism and charity has been a core part of American culture for centuries.
Instead of pining for authoritarian control, maybe U.S. health officials could tell the FDA to stop standing in the way of progress.
Restrictions on pain medication have undermined patient care while making drug use more lethal.
Something to be grateful for.
The Cuisine and Empire author dishes on the anti-French origins of Turkey Day, why she hates "organic" food, and the genius of Julia Child.
Travis McMichael, Gregory McMichael, and William 'Roddie' Bryan Found Guilty of Murdering Ahmaud Arbery
The men were almost never charged, thanks to misconduct from the first prosecutor, who is now under a criminal indictment.
Only vehicles made in unionized U.S. factories qualify for the full amount.
Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis' proposed gas tax holiday and Boston Mayor Michelle Wu's fare-free bus plan will both require taxpayers to subsidize infrastructure they don't use.
Patent lawyer Stephan Kinsella debates law professor Richard Epstein
As the trial wraps up, it's important to remember that the first prosecutor on the case, Jackie Johnson, has been indicted for violating her oath of office.
The jury rightly concluded that the prosecution failed to prove its case.
The Biden Administration Is Asking an Appeals Court to Lift the Order Blocking OSHA's Vaccine Mandate
The government argues that the 5th Circuit erred in concluding that the rule "grossly exceeds OSHA's statutory authority."
The president should be more worried about inflation, and government responsibility for it, than he's acting.
California is leading the country in student vaccine mandates that will disproportionately harm the education of poor and minority students.
Did you think Kyle Rittenhouse's endorsement of Black Lives Matter was odd? Think of all the unusual stuff you've forgotten.
The annual photo op takes on cruel undertones as drug offenders continue to suffer under harsh federal prison sentences.
A new report says many democracies have taken steps that are "disproportionate, unnecessary, or illegal" to curb COVID.
Meet the new hype cycle about new tools for online decentralization.
Given the dangers of jails and prisons, the pettiest of crimes can become death sentences.
The meager evidence cited by Connecticut officials makes their warnings seem overwrought.
Some are using Kyle Rittenhouse's acquittal to argue for harsher laws and punishments. Andrew Coffee IV's case is a study in why that's an awful idea.
The D.A.'s office has said that Darrell Brooks bail was set "inappropriately low."
Florida passed a law to stop big tech “censorship.” But the law itself tramples First Amendment rights.
Why hasn't a collapse in rail transit service produced nightmarish levels of traffic congestion? Thank working from home and flexible work schedules.
Plus, Biden's Build Back Better passes the house.