The former New York mayor's authoritarian record shows he has no real love for America's founding document.
Three groups sued San Francisco to overturn a new city law that restricts the free-speech rights of those who make and market sweetened drinks like soda.
Public health activists in New York City and beyond will feel the sting from the defeat of the city's misguided soda ban. And that's a good thing.
Could it be revived?
The "Mountain Dew mouth" fuss looks more like a war against a disfavored beverage than a legitimate health concern.
The mayor's race in New York City is anyone's to win. Who will be the victor? My money's on the anti-Bloomberg.
Psych study participants drawn to drink "bundle" offers, bypassing limits
You can find someone to support banning anything
What's the likelihood of him realizing this is a direct consequence of our system of delivering health care?
Sometimes, ignoring the law is the best move