The free market philanthropist is dead at 79.
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They Said This Law Would Fix Blighted Neighborhoods. Instead It's Being Used to Steal People's Homes
And the Pennsylvania state lawmaker who wrote the law is now the judge who hears a lot of the cases.
New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio's anti-plastic executive order will be a pain for taxpayers and city workers alike.
In a special episode of the Reason Podcast, we drink and we know things.
Harvard President Lawrence Bacow to Activist Students Who Shut Down His Talk: 'The Heckler's Veto Has No Place' Here
"Everyone who has been invited to speak at Harvard in recent memory-has been able to do so."
The ACLU Defends Gun Owners' Constitutional Rights, Except for the Second Amendment Right to Own Guns
The organization objects to gun restrictions only if they impinge on other constitutional provisions.
Steve Bannon's 'Economic Nationalism' vs. Libertarian Globalism Is the Battleground of 21st Century Politics
The Brink, a documentary about the former Trump adviser, delivers an interesting insight.
Greg and Teresa Almond lost their house after a financially devastating drug raid involving civil asset forfeiture.
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The Supreme Court allowed the policy to move forward, but the fight is far from over.
Plus: Christians and bureaucrats versus Tarot in Virginia, and Democratic candidates on restoring voting rights to prisoners
Friday A/V Club: Springtime for Mao
Housing-Starved San Francisco Shoots Down New Apartment Project Because It Would Cast Shadow on Nearby Park. Again.
This is not the first time the city has tried to delay a project over shadow concerns.
The Chattanooga Police Department is at the center of another excessive force lawsuit.
"Sharing our completely legal weekend activities on Snapchat should not result three days of in-school suspensions," Cody Conroy told Reason.
The WikiLeaks founder has few if any defenders in Congress.
Get food, coffee, medicine, and golf balls (if your aim is just that bad).
Seeking to Clarify Its Opioid Prescribing Guidelines, CDC Joins FDA in Decrying 'Mandated or Abrupt Dose Reduction'
The CDC's advice has been widely interpreted as requiring involuntary tapering of medication so it does not exceed an arbitrary threshold.
America will face "serious economic, security, and social challenges" if the national debt keeps growing at this rate.
A new study says plastic bag bans encourage people to use less eco-friendly substitutes.
The world is a better place now that it's harder than ever for governments to keep secrets.
British Police Have Arrested Julian Assange. Prosecuting Him Would Gravely Threaten Press Freedom: Reason Roundup
Plus: Watch socialists try to rationalize Bernie Sanders' wealth.
'Nobody Wants To See a Government Speech Police': Senate Republicans Threaten To Regulate Facebook and Twitter
They say the social media companies display a bias against conservatives.
The Health Sciences Center did not demonstrate that race-based affirmative action was necessary to achieve diversity.
Does the Trump administration think it can wage war in Iran without congressional approval? Mike Pompeo won't say.
Annual exoneration report shows growth in amount of time served and increasing levels of official misconduct.
Both companies say the city's restrictions are too burdensome to stay.
The Percentage of Americans Who Understand That Vaping Is Less Dangerous Than Smoking Continues to Fall
Years of mealy-mouthed, misleading, and mendacious statements by activists, government officials, and journalists have taken a toll on the truth.
"I think the way to go is to permit a more federal approach so states can make their own decisions," Barr told the Senate Appropriations Committee on Wednesday.
From cops to commercial truckers, everyone wants to be exempt from NYC's congestion pricing policy.
Common sense wins out...sort of.
Arizona Is Close to Abolishing an Absurd Licensing Law Requiring 1,000 Hours of Training to Blow-Dry Hair
Another victory for licensing reform in the Grand Canyon State.
Plus: a radical remembering of the suburbs; support for sex-work decrim in NY; Bret Easton Ellis on Mueller and media
"This is not a terribly effective tactic of persuasion, loudly yelling so students can't hear."
Maryland's New 'Clean Energy' Bill Includes Millions in Subsidies for Pollution-Spewing Trash Incinerators and Paper Mills
The state treats burning trash as a renewable energy source worthy of taxpayer support.
"Mayor Pete" Buttigieg is a rare and welcome exception to a trend that gives money to people who don't need it.
The justices are considering if the prosecutor was racially biased in keeping African-Americans off the jury.