These days, everything happens on social media–including solving crime.
One Kansas school apparently found a child’s earnest defense of marijuana legalization so threatening they called the police on his mother.
Panicked liberal students demand ‘trigger warnings,’ ‘safe spaces’ when a conservative woman visits campus
Trigger warning: this story contains an unbelievable amount of clueless hand-wringing from pampered college students who think hearing from someone who disagrees with them is literally an act of aggression against their person.
The ACLU polled millennials in several countries, and found that the majority of young people have a favorable opinion of Edward Snowden.
Is Uber’s success an argument for or against regulating the internet? Depends on who you ask.
Free idea for Uber: offer gun-toting drivers as a premium safety service.
In honor of 4/20, the Denver Police Department tweeted this delightful message to Colorado citizens:
Congress may try to rush through one last attempt at passing NSA reform before several Patriot Act provisions sunset in June.
Disneyland, where dreams come true and TSA-trained employees are watching your every yawn and fidget and marking you down as a possible terrorist.
The media always loves to accompany stories about marijuana policy with bad puns and pictures of stoners.
Which 2016 candidates–declared or otherwise–would attend the gay marriage of a loved one?
Crippling college debt aside, young people are feeling pretty good about their prospects of late.
Senate Judiciary Committee Chairman Chuck Grassley (R-Iowa) is demanding the Justice Department account for the fact that a “disproportionate” share of those on a “mental defective” gun ban list are veterans.
Rand Paul is not letting up on Attorney General nominee Loretta Lynch.
Is Rand Paul’s congressional bromance partner Cory Booker stealing his lines now?
The case of Michael McAlister encapsulates dozens of aspects of the broken justice system in one horrifying story.
If you’ve ever gotten a pat-down at Denver International Airport, prepare to be horrified.
Chris Christie, unlike some of his likely 2016 opponents, appears to have no interest in courting the weed legalization crowd.
In 2012, the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives (ATF) slipped a little-noticed new provision into one of their forms, requiring gun buyers to declare the race and ethnicity.
In light of Hillary Clinton’s big announcement, we thought you could use a refresher on a few of the liberties Clinton would rather you not have—from gun rights to privacy rights.