The federal government hands out grants and surplus military equipment worth billions to local police every year.
The Ferguson prosecutor had a lot to say Monday night, but none of it will be helpful going forward.
What you need to know about what's happening in Ferguson right now.
Fewer cops are getting killed in the line of duty than ever before.
Giving to charity makes you feel better, but not giving actually makes you feel worse.
Nearly all-white neighborhoods in big cities are now virtually extinct. Nearly all-black neighborhoods, on the other hand, are still commonplace.
Why regulators should stop worrying and learn to love e-cigarettes.
Eric Holder keeps asking Congress to fix federal marijuana laws, even though Congress explicitly said its his job.
Marijuana is considerably less likely to poison your kids than diaper cream, dishwasher detergent, or caterpillars.
Concealed carry laws may be associated with a 33% rise in gun crime.
The top U.N. drug czar says marijuana legalization violates international law, and he's wrong.
Women are hesitant to press charges of rape because the numbers are stacked against them.
On a per-drink basis, women are at a much higher risk of alcohol-related injury than men.
Sales are down slightly in September.
Marijuana arrests are down, but states are still wasting billions on them.
We're more likely to be drunk Sunday than you might expect.
Majorities continue to support marijuana legalization, giving reformers momentum for 2016
The 6th Circuit upholds gay marriage bans in four states, setting up a conflict that the high court will have to resolve.
Sites seized today represent less than a third of the total Darknet economy.
Big wins show Americans "are not backing away" on marijuana reform.