Plus: Prosecutors are big lobbyists for new crime bills, Biden floats compromise on corporate taxes, and more...
Silence isn't violence, and recusing your company from political discourse, as Basecamp and Coinbase have done, is a perfectly valid line to draw.
With ideological crusades replacing theological battles, we will again have to learn to live and let live.
The awful events of January 6 accelerated trends in left-of-center circles, particularly within media and technology companies.
Plus: The era of sovereign influencers, a new experiment in universal basic income, and more...
Plus: More Cuomo allegations, the "cult of now," the state budget apocalypse that wasn't, and more...
A new documentary and forthcoming biography pay tribute to the economist's intellectual fearlessness and commitment to empirical research.
Electorally vulnerable Democratic governors have historically been tougher on crime than Republicans.
Americans are choosing jobs, brands, and friends for partisan reasons, say researchers.
Tech companies should have the same freedom to choose their customers.
Adopting "counterinsurgency" tactics for use against wide swaths of Americans can only make the situation worse.
Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis Wants $100,000 Fines for Social Media Companies That Deplatform Politicians
It’s a terrible idea that violates Section 230, but is it actually unconstitutional? Don’t be so sure.
Remote learning continues to be the norm for more than three out of four New York City public school students.
Let people join with the like-minded to reject officials and laws that don’t suit them and to construct systems that do.
Government is not reason. It is not eloquence. It is force. We could use a little less of that, please.
Plus: Trump tries to ban more Chinese apps, cops dispute Josh Hawley's vandalism claims, and more...
California is driving on fumes and living off the residual investments and innovations of past generations. Is it any wonder so many Californians are heading to Texas or Arizona?
Fortunately, 2020 is nearly at an end. Unfortunately, its events will leave one hell of a mark on the years to come.
Which leaves the U.S. without a major party even slightly inclined to leave people alone to manage their own affairs.
The libertarian philanthropist and CEO of Stand Together on their new book, Believe in People: Bottom-Up Solutions for a Top-Down World
Plus: Behind the Trump press conference at Four Seasons Total Landscaping, Pfizer's COVID-19 vaccine sees early success, and more...
And other free advice to the next president of these United States.
Plus: Fate of Texas drive-thru ballots still uncertain, exposure to diverse news sources is up, Oregon may lessen penalties for possessing drugs, and more...
Whether Trump or Biden wins, the Stanford political scientist says "unstable majorities" will persist in the coming decade.
Forty years later, the libertarian Nobel laureate's PBS series is still winning hearts and minds.
Plus: New research on sanctuary policies, the Stop Suppressing Speech Act, and more...
That so many Americans believe Biden and Trump are foreign-backed puppets is less testimony to the effectiveness of overseas scheming than to our own political culture.
Plus: DOJ sues over Melania Trump adviser's book, Justice Clarence Thomas wants to limit Section 230, and more....
Plus: $150,000+ in fines in NYC's first weekend of new shutdowns, California ballot-box confusion, and more...
Mail-in ballots typically take days or sometimes weeks to be counted, so don't expect results on Election Night this year.
Failing a renewed national commitment to live and let live, we may be in for a long and bloody road.
The author of the new book Transcend updates Abraham Maslow's hierarchy of needs for an era of pandemics, racial strife, and extreme polarization.