NASA is beginning to work with private companies towards exploration and exploitation of the Moon, according to the Verge.com.
On the pages of the New York Times, Professor Lawrence Kotlikoff of Boston University is calling for the abolition of the corporate income tax:
At Bloomberg Business Week, Joshua Brustein discusses Overstock.com's
The Fraser Institute has issued its 2013 report on economic freedom in North America. Very interesting methodology and some surprising (and not-so-surprising) results.
In a recent post, Eugene Volokh briefly analyzes the US Supreme Court cases leading up to the Religious Freedom Restoration Act of 1993 (RFRP).
The New York Times's Dealbook blog has news about Bitcoin fraud:
[UPDATE: At the Volokh Conspiracy blog, Ilya Somin posted this past August a lengthy post on the intersection between constitutional law and asset forfeiture.]
Io9.com has a report on the world's first ATM, located in Vancouver: