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CNN reports that the Alaskan Pebble Mine will destroy the wilderness. Stossel exposed this as a lie two years ago.
Columbia's Philip Hamburger says this "monarchical" system of government grew in power just as blacks and women saw an expansion of their voting rights.
The famed artist has a new public art project going up in New York City, which coincides with his debut feature film, Human Flow.
Young people get passionate about the ideas of Ayn Rand
Is rape culture out of control, or have we entered a new era of "sexual McCarthyism?"
It's a costly, slow way to shuffle junk mail around. Let's open it up to competition.
This year marks communism's 100th birthday. Its horrors should remind us of the value of freedom.
Watch or listen to the latest Soho Forum on expanding government-run health care.
If single-payer couldn't make it out of Sanders' home state, there's no reason to try it on all of America.
The former fast food restaurant CEO says a $15 wage floor steals opportunities from entry-level workers.
An internet entrepreneur saved 20,000 free online college lectures (and more) after the government declared them illegal.
Too much debt slows economic growth and reduces living standards.
Clinton takes complete ownership for how her actions are all your fault.
Quentin Kopp convinced voters to approve the project. Now he's suing to kill it.
Eighty-nine-year-old first-time filmmaker and journalism legend Joan Kron on her new film, Take My Nose...Please!
Want to give people a tour? It might not be as easy as you think.
Juggalos protested a gang label given to them by the F.B.I.
Celebrate Constitution Day!
From Walmart to Uber to AirBnB, businesses should be lauded for their generosity and effectiveness in the wake of Hurricanes Irma and Harvey.
A controversial rule on water pollution allowed the agency to micromanage private land use.
Their 18-hour miniseries looks at one of the most divisive, painful, and poorly understood episodes in American history.
Now that Trump’s made a deal with Democrats, our national debt is higher than ever.
Join us as we explore the enormity of our fiscal black hole, which now surpasses $20 trillion.
It's time to rein in warrantless domestic surveillance before it's too late.
Trump is 'the best recruiting tool for the Libertarian Party we've ever had.'
Bernie Sanders vs. Ron Paul is "the difference between a propagandist and a truth teller."
Outlawing cheap labor comes with a lot of disastrous consequences.
The president is doing everything he can do to alienate libertarians who believe in shrinking the size, scope, and spending of government.
And it's not pretty.
Captain Kirk vs. John Stossel on space travel in a libertarian world.
“Juggalos are being fucked with, so we have to do something about it.”
Libertarians should reject right-wing populism in all its forms.
John Stossel got an eyeglass prescription over the internet. "Bottleneckers" want that banned.
Paradoxically, government grows because of our lack of confidence in it.
The Kentucky congressman tells John Stossel why we should withdraw immediately from this "graveyard of empires."
From stadium deals to college teams Olympics, why are taxpayers forced to pony up cash for athletic ventures that don't benefit them?
"I plan to live forever," says futurist José Cordeiro.
In South Korea, the best teachers are paid like star athletes. Why can't U.S. schools reward talent?
The public education system is failing our kids. Here's how to fix it.
Brazil, Russia, Greece, and China were all suckers in one of the oldest scams in sports
Denial and panic aren't the only responses, folks. (Works for climate change, too.)
Remy has a few helpful tips for safely watching large orange balls of gas.
When special interest groups write regulations, consumers pay the price.
Also: GOP Congress should fix health care, taxes, and easy money.
The famed MIT linguist once praised former socialist President Hugo Chávez. How about now?
Did the president really need a teachable moment to denounce neo-Nazis?
They're on the run. Time to finish them off.
A vital lesson, as we confront calls for more regulation and government control in all aspects of our lives.
Economist Deirdre McCloskey explains the roots of "The Great Enrichment" of the last 200 years.
New York City arrests people who travel with guns–even when they notify and follow all TSA rules and have a valid gun license from their home state.
John Stossel investigates a New York City park bathroom that cost $2 million to build.
There are 20 trillion reasons we should rein in government spending.
Economist Roberto Salinas-León on how free trade fuels prosperity on both sides of the border.
"Bottleneckers" use occupational licensing to screw competitors and innovation in the name of keeping us safe.
The libertarian congressman says the internet is poised to destroy politics as we know it.
The attorney general is an unreformed drug warrior and sinister elf.
Most folks have no idea what federal agencies do. John Stossel reports on wasteful programs like the Agriculture Department forcing farmers to let cherries rot.
How flag-waving nationalism provides cover for a destructive economic policy.
An entrepreneur has a plan to save the rhinos from poachers, but environmental groups hate his idea.
In six states, it's illegal to walk into a company-owned store and buy a car.