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The Costs of Monitoring Your Prescriptions: State Databases That Track Our Medications Invade Privacy Without Reducing Opioid-Related Deaths Jun. 12, 2019

Jacob Sullum

Prescription drug monitoring programs do not seem to be very effective at preventing abuse of opioid... Read More

Our Privacy Rights Are Being Sold, Stolen and Stripped May. 29, 2019

Jim Hightower

To get a job these days, chances are you'll have to pee in a bottle. Every company with a credit car... Read More

Continuing Oversight Is Needed to Ensure Facebook Takes Privacy Seriously May. 14, 2019

Daily Editorials

Facebook's recent revelation that it expects to be fined up to $5 billion by the Federal Trade Commi... Read More

Extra, Extra! Newspapers Found Dying May. 07, 2019

William Murchison

I know, I know. Fake news! Media bias! Intellectual arrogance! That's my old profession, the newspap... Read More

What Is the 'AI Agenda,' Who's Pushing It and Why? Apr. 24, 2019

Jim Hightower

The great thing about corporate giants is that they are such amazing business innovators. Look at th... Read More

A Coming Attack on Freedom of Speech? Mar. 20, 2019

Terence Jeffrey

"I kind of miss the days of 3 major networks and a few news programs that said the same thing," he s... Read More

More Self-Inflicted Presidential Legal Woes Jan. 24, 2019

Judge Andrew P. Napolitano

Last week, the investigative arm of BuzzFeed sparked a media frenzy with a report claiming that two ... Read More

Signals From Outer Space Jan. 15, 2019

Daily Editorials

We're taking a break from the increasingly ridiculous game of chicken playing out in Washington and ... Read More

Healthy Fear: ID Theft in Career and Personal Life Oct. 04, 2018

At Work

A young woman lost her purse while at lunch one day. She immediately filed a police report once she ... Read More

Mr. Zuckerberg Goes to Washington Apr. 10, 2018

William Murchison

Mark Zuckerberg will straighten out Congress this week on Communications in the Modern Era — o... Read More

It Depends on What the Meaning of Facts Is Mar. 30, 2018

David Limbaugh

Former President Barack Obama (I love the adjective preceding his title) made some comments at the r... Read More

What Computers Know About Us and Think They Know Mar. 15, 2018

Froma Harrop

The electric company sends me colorful reports on my monthly energy habits. A recent one rated me "a... Read More

Lying, Spying and Hiding Feb. 01, 2018

Judge Andrew P. Napolitano

I have argued for a few weeks now that House Intelligence Committee members have committed misconduc... Read More

A Conspiracy of Silence Assaults Privacy Jan. 25, 2018

Judge Andrew P. Napolitano

During the past three weeks, Congress passed and President Donald Trump signed into law vast new pow... Read More

FINRA's Coming Database, S&P and Moody's Oct. 11, 2017

Taking Stock

Dear Mr. Berko: My brother-in-law, who is a longtime human resources officer with a New York Stock E... Read More

Social Security Laws Are NOT Changing Constantly Jun. 28, 2017

Social Security and You

Several times every week, someone makes a comment similar to this one, which I found in today's emai... Read More

Trump and the Dems Need a Timeout Mar. 14, 2017

Bernard Goldberg

Many of us — no, make that most of us — have lost faith in important American institut... Read More

Early Voting Is a Bad Idea Nov. 04, 2016

Linda Chavez

If ever there was an argument against early voting, which has become used by most states in recent y... Read More

Wanted: A Better Understanding of When and Why Police Use Force Oct. 29, 2016

Diane Dimond

It has been more than two years since Ferguson, Missouri, erupted into riots following the deadly po... Read More

Can the Media Reveal Stolen Truths? Oct. 13, 2016

Judge Andrew P. Napolitano

It seems that at every turn during this crazy presidential election campaign — with its deeply... Read More