"We are surprised and dismayed by the action Harvard announced today."
In a new video, the former vice president defends his past touching of women.
Yes, National Review blew the story. But there were still problems with this case.
The comedian was smeared. He's not a sexual predator.
That's PATRIOT Act thinking.
Due to the country's terrible libel laws, Yael Stone's accusation against Geoffrey Rush could put her at risk of a lawsuit.
Plus: A congressman would "love" to regulate speech, and there's good news for hemp but not for much else in the new Farm Bill.
It's been dubbed "NYC's Anti-Airdrop Dick Pic Law," but the bill is much broader than that.
#MeToo has come for the popular astrophysicist. Let's withhold judgement.
Due process for everyone is their cause.
What happens when social justice and city bureaucracy meet? Everyone loses a little more privacy, and workers and business-owners alike suffer.
Plus: libertarian accounts purged from Facebook?
The House report will make you feel sorry for TSA employees against your will.
Michael Bloomberg Thinks Charlie Rose, Unlike Random Black Dudes, Deserves a 'Presumption of Innocence'
The former New York mayor defends his stop-and-frisk policy while suggesting the famous TV host did not get a fair hearing.
Reason has more details on the new rules, which would mandate cross-examination in disputes.
Former FEMA personnel chief Corey Coleman is accused of nepotism and sexual harassment.