Commerce Secretary Gina Raimondo says more chip subsidies are needed, even before the Biden administration has distributed $52 billion or measured how effective that spending was.
Liberty to engage in voluntary transactions and keep our wealth varies across North America.
In the game's Phantom Liberty expansion, those who make the laws rarely follow them.
The New York Times Implausibly Implicates Oklahoma's Bathroom Law in the Death of a Nonbinary Student
Don’t let culture war politics overwhelm a commitment to the facts.
Where are the fact-checkers and misinformation cops?
The policy is a true budget buster and is ineffective in the long-term.
The measure, which will be on the March 5 ballot, would greatly expand the SFPD's power while subjecting it to even less scrutiny.
"The people who violated the governor's mandates and orders should face some consequences," a Pennsylvania Liquor Control Board member said in 2022.
It's part of the government's expensive public-private partnership meant to address concerns over a reliance on foreign countries, like China, for semiconductors.
This new wave of forgiveness shows how Biden can keep canceling student loans, even after his defeat at the Supreme Court last year.
Bureaucratic ineptitude leads to waste—and more people on the streets.
The supposedly reformed drug warrior's intransigence on the issue complicates his appeal to young voters, who overwhelmingly favor legalization.
Green Card Process 'Utterly Failing' To Help Immigrants 'Pursue the American Dream in Lawful and Orderly Ways'
A new Cato Institute report reveals that just 3 percent of those who have applied for green cards will get permanent status in the U.S. in FY 2024.
The dangers inherent in targeting criminals-to-be have yet to be addressed.
Misled by a bad law, graduate students are drowning in debt.
Neither Manhattan D.A. Alvin Bragg nor New York Attorney General Letitia James can explain exactly who was victimized by the dishonesty they cite.
NYC Child Protection Agency Uses 'Coercive Tactics' To Bully Parents Into Allowing Warrantless Searches
According to a new lawsuit, NYC's child protection agency almost never obtained warrants when it searched over 50,000 family homes during abuse and neglect investigations.
The WikiLeaks founder already has spent as much time in a London prison as DOJ lawyers say he is likely to serve if convicted in the U.S.
While the deputy's death is tragic, all evidence indicates that the woman handcuffed in his back seat died as a result of his negligence.
Thomas agreed with the Court's decision to not take up two challenges to New York's rent stabilization law but said the constitutionality of rent control "is an important and pressing question."
The law that Attorney General Letitia James used to sue the former president does not require proof that anyone was injured by his financial dishonesty.
And a federal judge just said so.
Unfortunately, Willis’s Fulton County includes assets seized from non-prosecutors in its budget.
Jakarta, Indonesia, shows why you don't need central planners to get pedestrian-friendly urban design.