It's worth noting that the refunds on this map are not likely to be predictive of 2019 refunds, thanks to Republicans' tax reform.
It's small potatoes for people with a lot of potatoes.
Cracking down on the legal supply is not a solution. In fact, it could spell disaster.
At a hearing on Venezuela held by the House Foreign Affairs Committee, Omar pressed Abrams, the newly appointed special envoy for Venezuela, on his involvement in the Iran-Contra scandal and more.
A tech policy researcher used GDPR to request information about all of his choices from Netflix.
On "The Late Show" last night Stephen Colbert quipped to Bill that he was recently bumped down the to the second richest person in the world. Bill replied, "Well, we're trying to give it away faster."
America's prison sentences are far too long. It's time to do something about it.
Bad maps mean federal money isn't being spent where it should be to build out broadband connectivity.
A mass shooting occurs nine out of 10 days in America. Stephen Marche explores America’s dueling gun cultures, from the world’s largest arms show to a family who helps victims cope
As the use of algorithms and public data to inform insurance premiums becomes more common, we’ll need to decide what is and isn’t okay.
US mayors are split on whether business incentives are good politics, but most believe — despite evidence to the contrary — that they're good policy.
What it's like to have the most devastating event of your life become a misrepresented political talking point.
The resolution calls for a 10-year plan to shift America's power demand entirely over to renewable energy and for investments in building and transportation upgrades. It also calls for some policies that are not obviously related to climate change, such as a jobs guarantee and universal health care.
The plan is massively ambitious and faces political blockades. Proponents believe it's what's necessary to start saving the world from the threat of climate change and to reshape the U.S. economy.
In New York City and beyond, health departments are stopping restaurants from dosing customers with cannabidiol.
A Consumer Reports investigation finds 1,500 e-scooter injuries across the country, and many hospitals still don't track them.
Fines go only so far, but something bigger is taking shape.
Presidents use State of the Union addresses to lay out their policy priorities and persuade Congress to pass them, but they are typically successful at only the first of those objectives.
The bill, HB 1509, seeks to halt the sale of cigarettes by increasing the minimum age to 30 in 2020, 40 in 2021, 50 in 2022, 60 in 2023, and 100 in 2024.
It's a bureaucracy in search of a problem rather than one that's responding to them.
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