"It was learning by doing," says one ambulance driver. "Most things that happen here are done by volunteers, not government officials."
Whatever threat it may have posed, the trove of government documents seized by the FBI does not reflect well on the former president's judgment.
While she was ultimately felled for criticizing Trump's lies, Cheney was also a poor candidate.
Leaving the country dependent on Russian natural gas was not too smart.
A Florida woman has been threatened with fines for giving tips without the proper occupational licensing.
Biden brought an unwinnable war to an end. But the lessons learned are only as valuable as the U.S. government’s willingness to put them to good use.
COVID-19 Gutted College Attendance. Now, a Solid Labor Market Is Convincing More High School Grads To Skip It.
The number of high school seniors going on to attend college has plummeted in the past two years, deepening the already steady decline.
The venture capitalist's $350 million investment in WeWork founder Adam Neumann's new venture Flow is supposed to help renters build community and equity. They'd be better off if we just built housing instead.
Plus: The Espionage Act is still bad, six more states could legalize recreational marijuana, and more...
Cynical single-party gerrymandering contributes to and is driven by the hyperpartisanship that defines American politics right now.
The law has been abused to prosecute citizens for reasons other than spying. But there are better examples than Trump to highlight problems.
An Alabama Prison Allegedly Botched a Man's Execution. Officials Deny That Anything Unusual Occurred.
Joe Nathan James appeared to have suffered for hours as prison officials tried to establish an IV for lethal injection.
If all of the ballot initiatives succeed, pot will be legal in 25 states.
The U.S. may not realize it, but it has the upper hand. It turns out communism doesn't work.
One year after the U.S. withdrawal, tens of thousands of Afghans who assisted American forces are still stuck under Taliban rule.
Plus: how voters respond to vague criticism, U.S. lawmakers still at war with TikTok, and more...
Tax collectors and federal cops have always been rotten to the core.
San Francisco port officials seized copies of Howl and Other Poems in 1957, accusing publisher Lawrence Ferlinghetti of obscenity.
The former president thought his 2016 opponent should go to prison for recklessly endangering national security.
This stunt to save energy will do very little but make people sweat
Asking America's agriculture industry to stand on its own two feet remains a third rail in American politics.
Congress Just Passed the Inflation Reduction Act. It Will Hike Taxes on Some Middle-class Households.
It also spends billions on new green energy programs, and it lets the IRS hire 87,000 new agents.
ICE Set Up a Fake College, Robbing and Deporting Foreign Students. Civil Rights Groups Want Answers.
Hundreds of lives were upended by the University of Farmington, a fake university that took $6 million in tuition and fees from foreign students.
After the former president dismissed the allegation as a "hoax," multiple sources now report that investigators found top secret and classified documents at Mar-a-Lago.
We should be skeptical of some Democrats' newfound embrace of "freedom" until they abandon freedom-restricting policies.
The latest episode of The Reason Rundown features The Reason Roundtable host and Editor at Large Matt Welch.
Media "fact-checkers" are taking administration promises at face value and using them to bludgeon Republicans.
Enemies of educational freedom are using inane regulations to target learning pods.
The 'Motherfucker' Who Enraged Beto O'Rourke Laughed at His Claims About the Rifles He Wants To Confiscate
The Texas gubernatorial candidate's interpretation reflects his assumption that opponents of "assault weapon" bans don't care about murdered schoolchildren.
Brayton Point was a coal-fired plant that tried to clean up its act. Protesters and politicians demanded its closure. A new offshore wind project won't be sufficient to replace it.
That's illegal, says a new suit filed on Thursday.
Armed Man Killed After Trying to Enter Cincinnati FBI Building May Have Been Angry About Mar-a-Lago Raid
Plus: Elon Musk isn't the free speech warrior some think he is, #MeToo may have harmed women's productivity, and more...
Friday A/V Club: One cable host's capacity for unearned smugness
Frederick Douglass compared compelled labor to slavery. That objection still stands.
In 2017, a bizarre amendment to an international treaty threw American guitar makers into a panic.
Editor at Large Matt Welch gives a reality check on the new IRS measures inside the Inflation Reduction Act.
New guidance from the Centers for Disease Control finally acknowledges that the pandemic is over for most people.
Democrats Don't Trust 'the Police,' but They Do Trust the FBI, Provided It Is Targeting Donald Trump
As the response to the Mar-a-Lago raid illustrates, Republicans are inconsistent in the other direction.
Garland said the move was in the name of transparency, as part of his pledge that the Justice Department would "speak through its work."