Philip Esformes was sentenced for charges on which a jury hung. After receiving a commutation, the federal government vowed to try to put him back in prison.
Teresa and Jeff Williams had their son, JJ, at home without medical help. They didn't know it would be nearly impossible to get legal documents for him.
Many who see overdraft protection as preferable to other short-term credit options will have fewer choices as some banks decide the service isn't worth offering anymore.
Regulations, tariffs, and other government-imposed hurdles reward American car companies for building bigger, more expensive trucks and keep out any potential competitors.
The reality raises questions about the kind of future we want to leave for the next generation.
Argentina, Once One of the Richest Countries, Is Now One of the Poorest. Javier Milei Could Help Fix That.
The new libertarian president believes in free markets and the rule of law. When people have those things, prosperity happens.
They should be heard, not shouted down.
Bureaucracy vs. freedom in outer space
Government is "promoting bad behavior," says Sen. Rand Paul. He's right.
The former Reason Foundation privatization guru says it's time to move past the "vending machine" model of government.
Big government has been ruinous for millions of people. Charities aren't perfect, but they are much more efficient and effective.
To fight the King of the Monsters, private citizens must band together.
Lawmakers should consider a user-fee system designed to charge drivers by the mile.
When everyone owns something, no one does.
We're often told European countries are better off thanks to big-government policies. So why is the U.S. beating France in many important ways?
Lots of Americans have an intolerance to FODMAPs—the sugars prevalent in garlic, onion, and many other foods.
Maybe Brett Hankison shouldn't have been found not guilty, but he was. The Constitution says it should stop there.
The Copenhagen Consensus has long championed a cost-benefit approach for addressing the world's most critical environmental problems.
That prosecutors in the Hoosier State successfully denied people this due process is a reflection of how abusive civil forfeiture can be.
Years ago, when interest rates were low, calls for the federal government to exercise fiscal restraint were dismissed. That was unwise.
Higher rates lead to more debt, and more debt begets higher rates, and on and on. Get the picture?
The Golden State's new rules—which Pennsylvania's Environmental Quality Board opted to copy—will increase the cost of a new truck by about one-third.
The latest RPG from Bethesda Studios chronicles the unexpected ways that private, non-governmental power steps in to fill the gaps and voids left by state actors.
Especially because the once-dismissed possibility of rising rates is now a reality.
President Biden commemorated the 25th anniversary of his tragic death by celebrating legislation passed in Shepard's name. But it was based on a major falsehood.
Those sounding the loudest alarms about possible shutdowns are largely silent when Congress ignores its own budgetary rules. All that seems to matter is that government is metaphorically funded.
Mayor Brandon Johnson should remember the sorry history of state-run supermarkets.
Who cares if Americans can't answer basic civics questions?
The city wanted to bring in more money, in part for early childhood education. But such taxes are disproportionately paid by the poor.
The White House plans to boost federal workers' pay by 5.2 percent, the largest increase since 1980.
Politicians Say They Want To Fight Climate Change. So Why Are They Fighting China on Electric Vehicles?
Rather than posing a national security threat, the growth of China's E.V. industry is an opportunity for global innovation.
Legislators abuse the emergency label to push through spending that would otherwise violate budget constraints.
The doomsday consensus around climate change is "manufactured," says scientist Judith Curry.
"Government in general does a lot of things that aren't necessary," says Jared Polis.
The Center has gotten rich in part thanks to its "hate map," which smears many good people.
Civil forfeiture is a highly unaccountable practice. The justices have the opportunity to make it a bit less so.
Pandemic policies, anti-terror efforts, and feuding factions erode Americans’ liberty.
The 2024 hopeful has put together a platform full of big-government action.
Often, it can be exactly the opposite.
You're 2,200 times more likely to die when traveling by car as opposed to by airplane.