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?
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Intoxicating drugs never do as much damage as the laws that impotently attempt to eradicate them.
There is no solid evidence that P2P meth is more dangerous than pseudoephedrine-derived meth and no reason to think it would be.
A New York Times podcast tells a story about both the drug war and institutional incompetence.
A new report details how the city's famed social housing system is suffering from diminishing affordability, deteriorating quality, and funding shortfalls.
The New York Times tries to blame social media for conspiracy theories that have been around for decades. Don't fall for it.
The paper's editorial board is happy to endorse the centralization of decision making when it supports their liberal policy preferences.
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The duty to retreat from public confrontations has nothing to do with the cases cited in recent stories about seemingly unjustified shootings.
Fauci says public officials should have listened to other advisers and made better decisions. That's true! It's also incredibly frustrating.
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Two historians go head-to-head on whether the controversial New York Times project has any value.
The 1964 Supreme Court decision New York Times Co. v. Sullivan makes it more difficult for public figures to prove defamation—but as we saw this week, not impossible.
The ADL's annual audit of "antisemitic incidents," which counted a record number last year, is apt to be influenced by changes in methodology and reporting behavior.
Video footage and arrest data indicate that most of the Trump supporters who invaded the building did not commit violent crimes.
If Congress wants to spend taxpayer money on child care services, it should pass a bill authorizing that.
Krugman sees benefit cuts as "a choice" but believes that implementing a massive tax increase on American employers and workers would be "of course" no big deal.
The paper pushes modest reforms while endorsing continued criminalization.
Erasing sincere disagreement doesn't make it go away.
In an open letter, they condemned the paper's coverage of trans issues. But their note is more about what questions journalists are not allowed to ask.
The paper is unfazed by First Amendment objections to the Biden administration's crusade against "misinformation" on social media.
Deepfakes aren't nearly as dangerous as the tried-and-true technique of saying something misleading with the imprimatur of authority.
An op-ed in The New York Times tries to make the case that the Chinese Communist Party is a worthy partner in raising children.
At the World Economic Forum, Brian Stelter and panelists discuss why everything is Facebook's fault.
Deregulated states may spend more on transmission, but that part of the market is still heavily regulated.
Ignoring the Anti-McCarthy Faction's Avowed Goals, The New York Times Sees Only 'Chaos and Confusion'
The paper attributes the fight over the election of the next House speaker to "anti-establishment fervor" and a lust for "personal power."
U.S. Voters Are 'Vulnerable' to 'Foreign Manipulation,' No Matter How Inept, The New York Times Warns
Journalists who sound the alarm about Russian propaganda are unfazed by the lack of evidence that it has a meaningful impact.
The New York Times newsroom illustrates what happens when you listen to the New York Times editorial board.
Democrats Don't Trust 'the Police,' but They Do Trust the FBI, Provided It Is Targeting Donald Trump
As the response to the Mar-a-Lago raid illustrates, Republicans are inconsistent in the other direction.
Yet the civil rights movement has long had a gun rights component.
The New York Times misleadingly claims that cases like the abortion sought by a 10-year-old Ohio rape victim "are not as rare as people think."
An explosive Times report alleged that Kraken CEO Jesse Powell created a "hateful workplace," leading to an employee exodus. Is that what really happened?
An analysis of such crimes suggests the president’s policy prescriptions are unlikely to have a meaningful impact.
It's not clear which guns she is talking about, and even Collins does not seem to know.
Dean Baquet played a leading role in two of modern journalism's turns for the worse.
Nikole Hannah-Jones' new book sidesteps scholarly critics while quietly deleting previous factual errors.
The New York Times Belatedly Admits the Emails on Hunter Biden's Abandoned Laptop Are Real and Newsworthy
A year and a half after the New York Post broke the story, the Times says it has "authenticated" the messages it previously deemed suspect.
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Maybe it's because pandemic policies are forcing them to continue being anxious.
Surveillance clearly shows children nearby as strike was called on man mistaken for a terrorist.
The 1619 Project author thinks Terry McAuliffe had it right.