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Poulsbo, Washington, city prosecutor Alexis Foster resigned following a no confidence vote from the union representing the city's police officers as well as criticism from the city's police chief and mayor. Foster's sin? She informed a court that...
A man has died after being by a pop-up urinal in London’s busy West End. The tragedy occurred shortly after 1 p.m. local time Friday outside the Palace Theatre, currently home to the popular production of “Harry Potter...
The Utah legislature voted Friday to ban “transgender” surgeries and cross-sex hormone drugs for children. The bill, which passed the state Senate by a vote of 20-8, will go to Utah Gov. Spencer Cox (R) who has ten days...
Former Gov. Andrew Cuomo had top administration staffers working on his self-aggrandizing, $5.1 million COVID-19 memoir at the height of the pandemic — as New York was losing as many as 1,000 residents a day to the deadly...
By Adam Andrzejewski for RealClearPolitics As part of the 4,000+ page, $1.7 trillion omnibus bill passed last month, the Transportation Security Administration will receive $400 million to boost its employees’ salaries, according to Reason. These pay raises are modest compared to...
I think public art is propaganda, frankly.~Hank Willis Thomas, 2019 In 2019, Brooklyn-based multimedia artist Hank Willis Thomas was awarded a commission to...
Holding bullhorns and sometimes graphic signs depicting aborted babies, sidewalk ministers around the United States have seconds to reach the hearts of pregnant women moments before they walk into abortion facilities. “We had one mother who came up to...
America's first drag-queen governor? Claim: Gov. Gretchen Whitmer (D., Mich.) is not a real person. She is actually the drag queen alter ego of Rep. George Santos (R., N.Y.). Who said it: Various sources / internet sleuths Why it matters:...
1/27/1955: Chief Justice John Roberts's birthday.   The post Today in Supreme Court History: January 27, 1955 appeared first on Reason.com.