In the Twitter Files, every conversation with a government official contains the same warning: You can do it happily, or we’ll make you.
Also, there are battle whales.
The new book Inventor of the Future prefers to show him as a credit hog.
The last time there was a manned mission to the moon, Pong had just been released on Atari.
A new generation of companies has made space travel affordable.
Rather than being replaced by A.I., humans should plan to work with it.
The future of techno-animism in a world filled with machine intelligence.
Born in communist Poland and disgusted by Silicon Valley communists, Pilat is making "heroic portraits of machines" and defending Ayn Rand.
After Becoming the Oldest Man To Visit Space, William Shatner Makes an Emotional Case for Private Space Tourism
Blue Origin's New Shepard capsule carried the 90-year-old former Star Trek actor and three crewmembers 66 miles above the Earth's surface.
The bloody, tumultuous withdrawal from Afghanistan was a predictable disaster. It was also an incredible, surprising anti-war victory.
Innovations in epidemiological statistics, artificial fertilizer, toilets, sanitation systems, and vaccines have allowed billions of people to flourish until old age.
Reason asked writers who have been on the criminal justice beat for years to lay out serious proposals for reforms with a fighting chance of being implemented.
Sometimes, it's good to take a step back
Sometime in 2021, the American people will be presented with a reorganized and newly empowered federal public health bureaucracy. As time passes, it will grow in size and scope.