Today, the United States Supreme Court heard arguments in the case of John L. Yates v. United States of America. Mr. Yates is accused of violating the anti-document shredding provision of the Sarbanes-Oxley Act, legislation passed shortly after the 2001 Enron scandal, for throwing three undersized red grouper overboard after an encounter with Florida Fish and Wildlife. Read more at ALEC..
Is America's future economic success in jeopardy due to a poor educational system? Writers Eric Hanushek and Paul E. Peterson explain the shortcomings of American schools and various remedies. "Uncommon Knowledge" is a production of the Hoover Institution. Read more..
There's a bizarre reason why millions of Americans saw their health plans cancelled in 2013 and, as explained in a new video featuring Robert Graboyes of the Mercatus Center at George Mason University, millions more will lose their plans in years to come. Read more..