But only the original books, not the Disney adaptations.
The President announced a whopping 72 initiatives to rein in corporate power and lower prices.
There are legitimate ethical and liberty questions but they’re outweighed by the benefits.
The Times investigation sheds more light on what most of us already knew.
For the first time in nearly a decade, the Supreme Court heard a significant Second Amendment case, but it is unlikely to rule on the merits of the case.
Bowing to Immense political pressure to pay college athletes will dramatically change the game.
At last week’s debate, Beto O’Rourke handed Republicans and gun rights advocates a nicely wrapped gift with his claim that he would seize guns from otherwise law-abiding Americans.
China has retaliated for the tariffs that the President imposed late last week, and things look like they’re only going to get worse.
200-odd Congressional Democrats are taking an odd route to go after corruption.
A depressing day in the world of sports journalism.
A racist scholar took some fascinating photos of an enslaved man in 1860. Now, his descendants want the rights to them.
It was only a matter of time before Trump’s rhetoric against the press would lead to something violent. Last night in El Paso, it happened.
Jamal Khashoggi’s final column includes a message that should resonate far beyond the Arab world it was addressed to.
Marijuana is now legal in Canada, and many people are watching the country to see how it adjusts to this change.
Another step forward in the seemingly unstoppable movement toward nationwide legalization.
As much as we hate paying $200 a month for television, the future is likely going to be worse.
A three-judge panel of the Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals struck down part of a Hawaii law barring open carry of weapons, but this win for gun rights advocates may turn out to be short-lived.
The President’s constant attacks on the news media are meant for a single purpose, to undermine even accurate reporting about wrongdoing in his Administration.
When “reasonable suspicion” and free speech collide.
For Donald Trump and his supporters, “Fake News” means any news that doesn’t shower enough praise on him.
The Vice-President’s personal physician accused Ronny Jackson of misconduct back in September, according to new reports.
Despite the fact that President Trump’s continues to praise him, Ronny Jackson will not be returning to the White House as the President’s personal physician.
Not unexpectedly, Ronny Jackson has withdrawn his nomination to be Secretary of Veterans Affairs.
With the accusations mounting, the nomination of Ronny Jackson to be Secretary of Veterans Affairs is becoming more and more imperiled.
The Commission on College Basketball recommended an end to the one-and-done rule and other major reforms.
Kids are more likely to be killed driving to school than shot while there. That doesn’t mean we shouldn’t try and prevent them.
A government panel has mandated a 50% increase in the revenue share streaming services pay songwriters and music publishers.
With the Administration set to commit the United States to a forever war in Syria, it’s time for Congress to act.
Two Republicans spoke out today against the President’s war on the news media, but don’t expect their colleagues to follow suit.
New reports of Trump’s business ties to Russia are raising eyebrows.
The Supreme Court has once again declined to hear an appeal in a Second Amendment case.
Soon visitors to the White House will be able to see Donald Trump’s “yuge” election win on display for all to see.
More stepping back from free trade and the established global economic order.
Donald Trump is turning out to be a man uniquely obsessed with appearances, and it’s impacting his entire Administration.
Wherein a law professor makes the absurd argument that the Electoral College, which exists pursuant to the Constitution, is unconstitutional.
Donald Trump has announced that he would not be self-funding the General Election campaign. That’s probably because he really couldn’t afford to do so.
The gun control regulations to be announced later today by President Obama later today amount to far less than the hype would lead you to believe.
A lawyer for one of the Deputy Clerks working for Kim Davis raises the concern that she is once again interfering with the issuance of marriage licenses in violation of a Federal Court Order.
Most of the Republican candidates for President would rather support a lawbreaker than the Rule of Law. The American people should judge them accordingly.
A company you probably thought had died off years ago filed for bankruptcy protection yesterday.