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Trump vs. The Business Community

Obama was not the friend CEOs think the president of the U.S. should be. But in Trump, they're finding out what it's like to have a real enemy.

Why Handwashing Is Key to Ballpark Food Safety

A new study shines a light on public health protection at America's stadiums.

How Safe Is the Food at Your Ballpark? New at Reason

We're talking about germs, not carbs.

Why Handwashing is Key to Ballpark Food Safety

A new study shines a light on public health protection at America's stadiums.

Steve Bannon's Once and Future Website Warns That Trump Could End up Like Schwarzenegger

While Arnold dings Donald on Charlottesville, Breitbart readies for WAR.'

Augustana U, Former Student Agree to Title IX Lawsuit Dismissal: New at Reason

Another questionable college sexual assault investigation winds up in court. Lindsay Marchello writes: Augustana University and a former student expelled in the wake of a Title IX sexual assault investigation in 2015 have agreed to a dismissal of the student's lawsuit against the university. Koh ...

Augustana U, Former Student Agree to Title IX Lawsuit Dismissal

Another questionable college sexual assault investigation winds up in court.

Steve Bannon's Once and Future Website Warns That Trump Could End up Like Schwarzenegger

While Arnold dings Donald on Charlottesville, Breitbart readies for WAR'

Bannon Is Out, Britain Gets Its Brexit Act In Order, and An Oregon Lube Company Switches to Human Testing: P.M. Links

Steve Bannon, Trump's controversial chief strategist and former Breitbart head, has been forced out of the White House. Mainstream Republicans have expressed relief at his departure. Breitbart commenters have not. Britain slowly cobbles together a plan for what a post-Brexit world might look like. ...

No War This Week... with North Korea

Elsewhere, the wars go on.

Whatever Happened to Elian Gonzalez? New at Reason

CNN looks back at Cuban conflict and catches up.

CNN Looks Back at Elian Gonzalez Saga

Documentary navigates complex custody fight between Cuba, United States, and Cuban-Americans.

Seattle Bans Landlords from Running Criminal Background Checks

A textbook case of good intentions gone awry

The Google Memo's 50 Shades of Grey: New at Reason

And all sides are talking past each other

On the Google Memo Flap, Every Side is Right...

...and every side is wrong

A 'Broader' Understanding of the First Amendment That Excludes Right-Wing Racists

An ACLU critic argues that the group must forsake freedom of speech in order to save it.

Goodbye and Good Riddance to Operation Choke Point

The Department of Justice says it's shutting down the dragnet program that targeted porn makers, payday lenders, gun shops, and other small businesses.

Protect Internet Companies' Freedom to Refuse to Host Racists, or Anyone Else They Don't Like

If government censorship is the fear, then we must protect private free association.

In Defense of Lenin Statues and Canyon of Heroes Plaques

Seattle Mayor Ed Murray has called for the removal of the Vladimir Lenin statue in the neighborhood of Fremont. In New York City, Mayor Bill de Blasio has launched a 90-day review of "all symbols of hate on city property"; his eyes seem to have settled on a plaque commemorating Philippe P├ętain, the ...

Donald Trump and the Sad Triumph of Right-Wing Political Correctness

The president isn't attacking P.C., as he once promised. He's sanctioned its use among his followers.

Taxpayers Pay Steep Price For Coddling Bad Cops: New at Reason

After a large jury verdict award over a rapist cop, the Orange County Sheriff's Department says it's looking into changing its policies. Steven Greenhut writes: If the Orange County, Calif., Board of Supervisors votes to appeal the $2.25 million jury verdict recently assessed against the county ...

Let's Give Out Genetic Testing Kits at the Next Neo-Nazi Rally

Destroying the idea of racial purity one tiki torcher at a time

How to Watch the Eclipse or CNN

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How to Safely Watch the Eclipse or CNN

Remy has a few helpful tips for safely watching large orange balls of gas.

Republicans Want to Talk Tax Reform. Trump's Outbursts Mean They're Talking About Nazis.

President Trump's outbursts are making governance impossible

A Free Country Can Do Without a Conscience in Chief

Otherwise, with Trump as president, America would never recover from the moral damage

Movie Review: Logan Lucky: New at Reason

Channing Tatum, Adam Driver and a down-home Daniel Craig bring Steven Soderbergh back to the big screen.

Operation Choke Point Ending, Women's Suffrage Turns 97, Four Arrested in Barcelona Attack: A.M. Links

The White House has announced it will end Operation Choke Point, an Obama-administration program that discouraged banks from doing business with "risky" customers. Following yesterday's terrorist attack in Barcelona, Spanish police "say they have killed several people south of Barcelona in ...

Kat Timpf on Her #MAGA Fanclub, Elizabeth Nolan Brown on Solar Eclipse Sex Trafficking: Sirius XM Insight 9-12 AM ET

Matt Welch interviews on channel 121 about Milo, Nazi-LARPing, statuary, and more

White Supremacy Is a Dead End For White People

Courtesy will get you farther than tiki torches.

Popehat: Internet Businesses Rejecting Racists Is an Exercise of Free Speech

Also, generally standing around in your tiki torches and your badly fitting Dockers, trash-talking minorities, that's not unlawful incitement,' says First Amendment Lawyer Ken White

Brickbat: Not Looking for a Few Good Men

The Australian Army has banned recruiters from recruiting men for some 35 different jobs, including armored cavalry. The air force and navy face similar restrictions on many jobs. All those jobs are still open to women. The goal is to get the percentage of women in the military up.

Taxpayers Pay Steep Price For Coddling Bad Cops

After a large jury verdict award over a rapist cop, the Orange County Sheriff's Department says it's looking into changing its policies.

Movie Review: Logan Lucky

Channing Tatum, Adam Driver and a down-home Daniel Craig bring Steven Soderbergh back to the big screen.

Attack in Barcelona Kills 13, Settlement Over CIA Torture Methods, Massive Lottery Jackpot Grows: P.M. Links

A van driven at high speed crashed into a crowd of people in a tourist-filled part of Barcelona. Police believe it was a terrorist attack. Details remain very sketchy. Casualty numbers vary, but the most recent numbers have an official claiming 13 dead, 50 injured. One suspect is in custody. Police ...

San Francisco Politicians Want to Quash a Right-Wing 'Freedom Rally'

A litany of bay-area politicians have come out swinging against the First Amendment.

ACLU Blames Cops for Charlottesville Violence

"Law enforcement was standing passively by, seeming to be waiting for violence to take place, so that they would have grounds to declare an emergency, declare an 'unlawful assembly' and clear the area."

Governors Challenge Jeff Sessions' Tendentious Questions About Legal Pot

By asking states to regulate marijuana better, the attorney general concedes that prohibition is gone for good.

No, the Solar Eclipse Will Not Cause a Spike in Sex Trafficking

Like all things 2017, an old urban legend takes an even more ridiculous turn.

Kmele vs. DeRay, and Trump's Cherished History: The New Fifth Column

Arguments over Charlottesville, confessions of collegiate evangelizing, and a Q&A with Black Lives Matter activist DeRay McKesson

What to Do With Your Embarrassing Confederate Statue

Helpful tips on dealing with racist monuments.

Activist Sentenced to Two and a Half Years in Prison for Sharing BBC Article

First person convicted for insulting the new king

Breaking: Van Plows Into Barcelona Crowd. Fatalities Reported

"It wasn't slowing down at all. It was just going straight through the middle of the crowds."

How Liquor Companies Screwed Up Pot Legalization in Nevada: New at Reason

When special interest groups write regulations, consumers pay the price.

How Liquor Companies Screwed Up Pot Legalization in Nevada

When special interest groups write regulations, consumers pay the price.

School Choice Can Heal the Divisions in Charlottesville: New at Reason

Studies show students in schools of choice have more respect for the rights of people they don't like. Tyler Kotesky writes: After last weekend's deadly 'Unite the Right' rally in Charlottesville, Virginia, school choice has taken some of the blame. Jennifer Steele, an associate professor of ...

School Choice Can Heal the Division in Charlottesville

Studies show students in schools of choice have more respect for the rights of people they don't like.

Trump's Idea of Uniting the Country: Complaining About Removal of Confederate Memorials

But guess what happens whenever art gets in the way of one of his developments?

Politicians Can't Get Enough Energy Cronyism: New at Reason

From solar to coal, politicians love to subsidize power production.

A.M. Links: Trump Attacks Graham and Flake, Bannon Calls Alt-Right a 'Collection of Clowns,' Philippine Drug War Kills 58 in 3 Days

President Donald Trump took to Twitter this morning to defend his Charlottesville statements from criticism by "publicity seeking Lindsey Graham," "the Fake News," and "Flake Jeff Flake." "President Donald Trump's decision to double down on his argument that 'both sides' were to blame for the ...