A second public health official cited the work of antiracist educator Tema Okun after several people on the thread objected.
Regulators are setting their sights on ghost kitchens and virtual restaurants.
The gun control policies under discussion are fundamentally ill-suited to prevent mass shootings.
A new poll from the University of Chicago's Institute of Politics found that 73 percent of Republicans and 74 percent of Democrats think the other side are authoritarian bullies.
The Court told appeals courts to reconsider their conclusions in light of last week's ruling against New York's restrictions on public possession of firearms.
Joe Biden announced an additional $800 million in weapons aid for Ukraine following last week's news that CIA personnel are directing intelligence in Kyiv.
"No legitimate humane system would operate in this manner," the judge concluded.
The Reason senior editor and co-founder of the libertarian feminist group Feminists for Liberty examines a murky post-Roe future.
Time for a new Operation Warp Speed?
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Senators asked for an investigation since the "sweet, chocolaty taste may encourage consumers to eat well over a recommended quantity of melatonin."
Several state supreme courts already have recognized the right to terminate a pregnancy. Will more states join the list?
The men, women, and children found dead in a tractor-trailer this week were just the latest casualties of an immigration approach that encourages dangerous journeys.
Abolishing the Filibuster To Protect Abortion Rights Would Clear the Way for Republicans To Ban Abortion
Democrats aren't really this short-sighted, are they?
The late standup comedian's FBI file says he "ridiculed the FBI, law enforcement, and high public officials, beyond the bounds of good humor."
Criticizing Lack of Grocery Stores in the South Bronx Means the Twitter Mob Will Try To Get You Fired
A recent college grad from the Midwest landed in the Bronx and was confused by bodega culture. This led to a social media mob, a digging up of old videos, and a firing.
El Salvador, Nicaragua, and Poland offer a window into a post-Roe world.
A pro-life group's model legislation hints at how extreme enforcing abortion bans could get.
Any future regulations will require clear authorization from Congress.
Scrapping the policy is an important step in restoring a fair asylum-seeking process.
The Department of Education continues to forgive federal debt for attendees of shuttered for-profit schools.
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Randy Cox was arrested on gun possession charges. Hours later, he was paralyzed from the chest down.
Such victims are often told they have no right to sue.
The United States should consider adopting a market-based strategy for increasing electric vehicle usage.
The leading libertarian legal theorist talks about worrying trends at the Supreme Court as a conservative majority takes hold.
Property owners can now build fourplexes in San Francisco, but only if they've owned the land for five years, place the new units under rent control, and don't try to make them much larger than a single-family home.
The former president's recklessness is beyond dispute, but that is not enough to convict him while respecting the First Amendment.
Alabama's attorney general argues such medical transitioning is not rooted in America’s history and therefore not constitutionally protected.
“My retirement from active service,” Breyer told the president, “will be effective on Thursday, June 30, 2022, at noon.”
The FDA could work with the Department of Justice to sue states over mifepristone bans. But should it?
Grappling with surveillance implications of Roe being overturned
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Arizona's new law should make alternative school arrangements more accessible than ever to families interested in educating their kids instead of funding bureaucracies.
National legislation and extraterritorial application of state laws are inconsistent with the local leeway that the Constitution protects.
Railroads spent a decade and billions of dollars fulfilling a costly federal mandate, at the expense of addressing less eye-catching causes of rail-related deaths.
There is demand for child tax credits, paid family leave, and funding for crisis pregnancy centers but the Rubio-Romney plan is not the answer.