Farmers Protest Across Europe

Narrowing profit margins and stifling regulations are pushing Europe’s farmers to the brink.

It’s Time to Pass the Kids Online Safety Act

Social media is contributing to unprecedented levels of anxiety, depression, and self-harm in adolescents.

Industrial Policy’s Corruption Problem Is Hiding in Plane Sight

Boeing’s troubles reveal another risk of government support for ‘national champions’

The Roberts Court at the Crossroads

Four key themes from the court’s recent term.

‘The Bear’ Is a Tribute to Dynamism—and What Blocks It

The regulatory nightmare of opening a restaurant.

La Sombrita and America’s Pervasive Band-Aid Problem

How an L.A. bus stop program reflects cross-country policy dysfunctions.

The States’ Approach to Artificial Intelligence, Explained

Privacy concerns take precedence in the rush to regulate AI.

The Worst Possible Reason to Support New AI Regulation

Be wary of big businesses asking to be reined in.

Good Regulator, Bad Regulator

It’s important to distinguish between regulation and oversight.

Celebrating Our Differences

And how, sometimes, rules can help protect diversity.

U.S. Policy Needs More Humility

(Or, “How I learned to start worrying and hate the ban.”)

Taking the ‘Free’ Out of ‘Freelance’

A proposed Labor Department rule could harm millions of American workers, for no good policy reason.