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Michael Lacey, a founder of the New Times tabloid, has been charged in Phoenix in the apparent culmination of a federal human-trafficking investigation, the Arizona Republic reports. Authorities had been probing whether Backpage, the classified advertising website he co-founded, served as a willing participant in...

One year after federal judge James Bredar signed consent decree on police reform between Baltimore officials and the U.S. Justice Department, many are wondering whether the reforms are actually being implemented, the Baltimore Sun reports. The independent monitor overseeing the process has held a few...

At the Associated Press, Jessica Gresko offers a “look at what observers have seen from [Justice Neil] Gorsuch inside and outside the court in the past year,” as the court’s newest justice approaches his first anniversary on the bench. Eliot Mincberg takes stock of Gorsuch’s...

My suggestion was that “directional” libertarians and classical liberals ally rather than question one another’s authenticity. In response to: Can Libertarianism Be a Governing Philosophy? More Responses No, But Classical Liberalism Can by Nathan W. Schlueter If libertarians are not prepared to accept the consequences of absolute non-aggression, they should...