While U.S. math scores declined on the Program for International Student Assessment test, reading scores remained stable, bucking a global trend.
A war on terror–era program is the only legal avenue for people seeking compensation for a COVID vaccine injury.
Reason's Zach Weissmueller talked with the senator about his quest to uncover the origins of COVID-19 and hold Anthony Fauci accountable.
A new GAO report details federal prosecutors' attempts to put the horse back in the barn.
"Being a true free speech champion does require that you defend speech that even you disagree with," says libertarian Rikki Schlott.
A new Government Accountability Office report notes that of 24 federal agencies, none of their headquarters are more than half-staffed on an average day.
The notion that COVID-19 came from a lab was once touted as misinformation. But now the FBI, the Energy Department, and others agree with Paul.
But that decision seems to violate federal law.
Well over half of those funds remain unspent, according to a new Government Accountability Office report.
Especially because the once-dismissed possibility of rising rates is now a reality.
The attacks on Sweden's laissez faire approach were shortsighted, says the Cato Institute senior fellow.
Aaron Kheriaty, author of The New Abnormal, examines the persistent COVID mandates for K-12 schools, college campuses, and health care settings.
New Mexico Gov. Michelle Lujan Grisham thinks violent crime gives her a license to rule by decree.
The 5th Circuit Agrees That Federal Officials Unconstitutionally 'Coerced' or 'Encouraged' Online Censorship
The appeals court narrowed a preliminary injunction against such meddling but confirmed the threat that it poses to freedom of speech.
Plus: internet censorship, outdoor dining land grabs, and more...
Giving schools more money doesn't make them better.
The Scandinavian country suffered fewer excess deaths and far less economic and social damage than other rich countries that had more restrictive pandemic policies.
Plaintiffs in Missouri v. Biden allege that federal pressure to remove and suppress COVID-19 material on Facebook and Twitter violates the First Amendment.
A new study of COVID-19 narratives makes the very mistake it purports to correct.
No one knows exactly how to get them back.
Down 136,000 Students in Just Four Years, New York City's Public Schools Manage To Spend Billions More
Look for these budgetary swindles at a failing K-12 system near you.
Yellow Corporation To Close, Lay Off 30,000 Employees, and Likely Default on $700 Million Pandemic Aid Loan
The company blames much of its problems on the Teamsters trucking union's "intransigence," while the Teamsters say Yellow is delinquent on benefit payments.
"Government in general does a lot of things that aren't necessary," says Jared Polis.
Reason reported last month that with less than two years left on its loan, Yellow Corporation owed more than it originally borrowed and had repaid only $230 in principal.
"Can someone quickly remind me why we were removing—rather than demoting/labeling—claims that Covid is man made," asked Meta's president for global affairs.
A recent House committee investigation exposed political interference when it came to figuring out the origins of COVID. But why?
What should governments, private companies, and individuals do differently next time disaster strikes?
The environmentalist and anti-vaccine activist talks about his presidential run and whether he'd jail climate change skeptics.
After losing more than $100 million in a single year, Yellow Corporation got a $700 million pandemic assistance loan from the government. It has only paid $230 on the principal.
Nearly two years after most children returned to the classroom, educational losses continue to grow.