Multiple factors contribute to housing shortages, but zoning constraints are mostly to blame.
Today's scheduled execution is getting attention because she's trans. But the bigger story here is how she was sentenced to die.
Biden Administration Asks Supreme Court to Lift Injunction Blocking their Massive Loan Forgiveness Program
The Supreme Court's resolution of this procedural issue may be a preview of the justices' views on the ultimate resolution of the student loan forgiveness litigation.
On Monday, a federal appeals court placed an injunction on Biden's student loan forgiveness plan, marking the second major setback for the proposal in recent days.
The decision overrules a trial court ruling and likely paves the way for a decision on the merits striking down the program.
People with money on the line try harder than pundits to be right, and they adjust quickly when they've made a mistake.
Two more states legalized recreational marijuana on Tuesday, while decriminalization of five natural psychedelics looks like a winner in Colorado.
Some reformers opposed the initiative, deeming it anti-competitive and needlessly prescriptive.
The ordinance governing how food can be shared is designed to make it next to impossible to share food.
The Constitution's commerce clause guarantees a domestic free trade zone. A state law that bars a resident from traveling to take advantage of another state’s economic activity would be unconstitutional.
Despite opposing the drug war, and indicating that he will even vote for the measure himself, the state LP's chairman said the initiative would not get the party's stamp of approval.
The lawsuit has a more conventional - and stronger - basis for standing than that filed yesterday by the Pacific Legal Foundation.
These Emails Show How the Biden Administration's Crusade Against 'Misinformation' Imposes Censorship by Proxy
Social media companies are eager to appease the government by suppressing disfavored speech.
If all of the ballot initiatives succeed, pot will be legal in 25 states.
Political scientist David Leal explains why conservatives should reject efforts to compel states and localities to help enforce federal laws these jurisdictions oppose.
Educational freedom is good for everybody but unions, bureaucrats, and the education establishment.
Another proposed ban shows the true motivations of the culture war.
Missouri Lawmaker Behind Confusing Abortion Bill Says He'll Clarify Ban on Ending Ectopic Pregnancies
But the bill is still a mess.
Previous efforts languished in committees.
Biden Administration Files Dubious Lawsuit Challenging Missouri's Gun Sanctuary Law [Updated with a Note on State Courts]
The suit deserves to fail for much the same reasons as Trump-era attacks on immigration sanctuaries.
Plus: An antitrust lawsuit against Juul was dismissed, the EARN IT Act's sponsor has a new proposal, and more...
Ernest Johnson is scheduled to be executed today.
A little-known agreement allows police officers to seize packages at FedEx sorting centers.
Kevin Strickland, Christopher Dunn, and Lamar Johnson are still paying for crimes that government officials say they did not commit.
The anti-commandeering principle serves causes favored by both the right and the left.
Biden's Justice Department has some problems with this.
Police Officers Brutally Beat an Undercover Cop During the St. Louis Protests. A Jury Declined To Hold Them Accountable.
Luther Hall was assaulted so severely he required a spinal fusion.
No third-party options were on the menu for the launch of this new voting system.
Everybody Is Jumping to Conclusions About This Couple's Show of Force in Response to Trespassing Protesters
Mark and Patricia McCloskey's justification for brandishing their guns depends on facts, not ideology.
What is the state's position when an innocent man spends 25 years in prison?
Sen. Josh Hawley Says He 'Took on an Asian Trafficking Ring' and 'Freed a Dozen Women in Sex Slavery.' That's Not True.
As a state attorney, the young GOP senator oversaw raids of more than a dozen massage parlors, but he didn’t secure a single sex trafficking conviction.
The difference implies that the virus is much less deadly than it looks, but it also makes contact tracing a daunting challenge.
St. Louis tattlers discover their complaints about open businesses are public records.
A slew of decisive primary victories expand the former vice president's lead in the Democratic primary.
Lamar Johnson, who is serving his 25th year in prison, has been absolved of responsibility for a 1994 murder. A circuit judge says it's too late to give him a new trial.
Missouri Cops Used Federal Loophole To Seize $2.6 Million From Drivers Who They Never Charged With Crimes
St. Charles County law enforcement used shady practices to seize motorists' assets without convictions.