Jim Pagels is the 2015 Burton C. Gray Memorial Intern at Reason.
Regulators want their own piece of the action at FanDuel and DraftKings. But if they win, consumers will be the biggest losers.
The sports industry can look after its own wagers
Transportation officials are at the whim of self-reported data.
Stockton has apparently learned nothing from its embarrassing financial boondoggle.
Despite efforts by police to crack down on fun, much sledding happened in D.C. on Thursday.
In an age of ever-increasing surveillance, one simple technology could help protect your privacy.
Experts expect it will be legal within five years.
Those who oppose legalization often bring up groundless fears like widespread addiction and fixed matches. Don't believe them.
Multibillion-dollar sports franchises don't need any additional tax breaks.
Want to know how much of your money paid for Best Picture-winner Birdman? Too bad!
U.S. businesses are reclassifying themselves to avoid the highest corporate tax rate in the West.
New Jersey's draconian gun laws and mandatory minimum sentences converge.
Taxpayers nationwide will be forced to fork over money for a Sandy reconstruction project already rife with pork and waste.
One state rep has proposed jacking up taxes on e-cigarettes, discouraging a safer alternative for those looking to quit tobacco.
Politicians have attempted to strip the multibillion-dollar league of its tax-exempt status for years.
Newly elected government employee is the spending-cutting hero libertarians dream of.
Government is once again threatening to use tax dollars to meddle in the affairs of private sports leagues.
Most politicians play along with the Super Bowl's crony economic propaganda-not the mayor of Glendale.
Boston hasn't even been awarded the 2024 Olympics yet, and many of its citizens are already having their civil liberties violated.