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Despite claims by supporters, requiring calorie counts is neither easy nor sensible.
Welcome to the club! Now let us tell you how to fix it.
Arguably the most questionable of the 14 new Congressional Review Act regulatory repeals may have the unintended consequence of limiting states’ ability to drug-test those seeking unemployment benefits.
Faith, dogma, and the constant reinvention of U.S. foreign policy
Which is more important to the president: hurting Muslims or looking tough on terrorism?
Glenn Platt of Miami University says technology is shrinking the distance between celebrity and audience, business and customer. Radical disruption ensues.
The novelist, activist, and BoingBoing founder on cyber warfare, Uber-style reputation economics, and what he's likely to get arrested for someday.
Still Star-Crossed gets quietly dumped onto the airwaves like an unwanted pet.
Johnny Depp lost at sea in the latest installment of a depleted franchise.
New laws are under debate, but the practice is more common than you think.
Republicans dodge another opportunity to rein in spending.
The idea that ice cream men cruise around looking for victims is simply an urban myth.
"I think they wanted to scare him straight. Instead, they scared him to death."
'It's about profit, ownership, and wealth in a white supremacist culture.'
Its projection relies on giddy GDP growth estimates that few credible economists, liberal or conservative, take seriously.
It would leave slightly fewer people without insurance coverage than under the original version of the bill, but would trim less from the federal deficit.
First degree murder charges for man who sold drug that led to overdose death.
Republican Gov. Phil Scott cited absence of a roadside sobriety test for THC.
Hobbyists freed from shackles of new FAA regulations.
Like in Colorado, New York, and Vermont, California is learning that a single-payer plan would be prohibitively expensive.
Keep calm and carry on.
The president wants to cut Medicaid but leave Medicare untouched, rewarding supporters at the expense of America’s long-term finances.
His transportation package would almost double gas taxes while diverting money to public transit and parks.
Presidential budgets have all the legal force of a letter to Santa—they're essentially the White House asking Congress for a pony.
He'll cut less than we want, exaggerate economic growth, and pretend it all balances out in 2028.
Executive order scaled back in attempt to satisfy courts.
NIMBYism in the Sunshine State.
Unnamed sources tell The Washington Post that Trump approached the director of national security and head of the NSA to publicly denounce FBI's Russia probe.
But it revealed a split between America's actual foreign policy and Americans' self-image.
The Obama administration submitted 118 new rules in the same time it has taken Trump to make just 39
The internet did just fine before bureaucrats started micromanaging it.
For politicians lying is an art form.
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