No matter how many codes and decrees fill the law libraries, lawmakers seem to believe that just a few hundred thousand more pages of regulation will set the country right.
Uber did in two years what economists, journalists, and politicians couldn't do in decades: break the cab cartel.
The USDA's study on "food insecurity" is calculated to mislead people about the scope of malnutrition.
Ohio rejected a legalization measure, but several other countries made big steps towards liberalizing drug policy this week.
The essential consumption goods we couldn’t even imagine a hundred years ago are almost universally available in the United Sta...
Here's what is really going on with the "militia" ranchers in Oregon.
Government acts as if a college degree causes, rather than results from, success.
We have strong reasons to think that less is more when it comes to government spending.
Small private schools are already educating many of the poorest children in the developing world — and a big profit-seeki...
Economic planning fails because it doesn't understand (or respect) the process that produced a rock in a box.
People who see virtue in doing without electricity should try it for a month, not an hour. You might like visiting nature, but...