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Sen. Cory Booker's comments were in response to Sen. Bernie Sanders' public education plan, which targets charter schools.
Plus: A primer on street surveillance, new video from Sandra Bland's cellphone, and more...
Harris Clarifies That She Does Not Support Prostitution Decriminalization, Would Use Executive Power To Toughen Gun Laws
Plus: Ohio moves to ban kids in drag shows while Washington wants to keep kids in car seats through middle school.
Plus: a radical remembering of the suburbs; support for sex-work decrim in NY; Bret Easton Ellis on Mueller and media
The presidential candidate suggested at the time that charter schools and traditional public schools can coexist.
Plus: An Ohio city just abolished its entire vice policing unit, and unfunded liabilities in public pension plans are now more than $5.96 trillion.
Ilhan Omar's Israel Remarks Prompt Politicians to Bicker Over Who the Real Bigots Are: Reason Roundup
Plus: outrage over water bottles, and Cory Booker introduces the "next step" on criminal justice reform
Just 18 percent of Americans have favorable views of socialism.
"This isn't a partisan issue," the Utah senator says. "This is a constitutional issue."
More than 200 Democrats-plus one Republican-co-sponsor a joint resolution against Trump's national emergency declaration.
Plus: on hate crimes and hoaxes; Warren's child care plan; growing government discontent; and building new kink communities
Congressional leaders have reached a compromise. But Trump will have the final say.
"Minnesota Nice" branding belies mean streak and temper, said staff. Will it harm her presidential chances?
There are more forms of hepatitis than there are major parties in America.
Plus: Another way the E.U. "right to be forgotten" is risky, and Baltimore cuts back on pot prohibition
It's time to admit that Venezuela's "21st century socialism" failed.
In 2019, it's liberals, not conservatives, who are holding the pill hostage for political gain.
You can't have it both ways.
Rep. Tom Reed says he was threatened with "consequences" as a result.
It all comes down to one man.
Plus: United Nations goes to bat for Julian Assange and Slack censors chat with Iranians.
Trump Doubles Down on Withdrawing Troops From Syria Despite Freakout From Warmongering Establishment: Reason Roundup
"Does the USA want to be the Policeman of the Middle East?" the president asks-and gets a resounding yes from Republicans and Democrats.
Plus: Trump inauguration spending also under scrutiny, feds want fentanyl cases out of state court, and Twitter's stock is surging.
Baffled by and fearful of each other, the political tribes remain consumed by loathing and dedicated to total victory.
House Democrats Plan to Use Their New Majority to Target Trump. Let's Hope It Keeps Them Too Busy to Legislate: Reason Roundup
Plus: menthol cigarettes may be banned, Big Tech warms to new regulation, and NYC building raided over illegal Airbnb listings.
Plus: The FDA will ban flavored e-cigarette sales at most places, and Chris Christie is being floated as Jeff Sessions' replacement.
For Democrats-and bookmakers-the 2020 election is already underway.
Plus: Russian bots still stirring election fears and social media growth in U.S. is flat.
Even when Americans don't love their political allies, they hate their opponents.
Some conservatives are calling it a political stunt cooked up by Democrats. Democrats blame Trump's rhetoric. Trump blames the media.
Imma let you finish, but the Tay and Ye beef is the best political lesson of all time.
Sen. Lindsey Graham had the quote of the day: "I think I know what happened."
We didn't get another Anita Hill hearing. Let's consider that a small silver lining.
Clinton runs with a Kamala Harris whopper that's already been debunked.
Many Americans don't care about who is right or wrong; they only care about crushing political enemies.
So long as anything resembling legitimate elections continue to be held, no political coalition will gain a permanent lock on the future.
Democrats and Republicans reject individualism and free speech and both have become dangerous to our liberty.
For partisans of limited government, this would be terrible news.
Argues that secret wiretap authorizations were not abused.
There will always be arguments about the efficacy of tax cuts for corporations and the rich, but at some point people find out that they get one, too.