Trump Can’t Block People He Doesn't Like on Twitter, Appeals Court Says
A federal appeals court has upheld an earlier ruling that President Trump cannot silence people on Twitter without violating the First Amendment.
Ted Cruz Thinks the Portland Mayor Let Antifa Take Over His City. Here's What Really Happened.
A right-wing blogger who spreads conspiracy theories ended up injured and hospitalized.
The Trump Administration Wants the Power to Decide Who's a Journalist
“This is a five-alarm fire for the First Amendment,” said Jonathan Peters, a media law professor at the University of Georgia.
Journalist's Battle With San Francisco Cops Is Getting "Real Fucking Messy"
The police chief is accusing Bryan Carmody of conspiracy — without much explanation.
Founder of Voat, the ‘Censorship-Free’ Reddit, Begs Users to Stop Making Death Threats
Voat founder Justin Chastain said that a “US agency” had contacted the platform, allegedly over threats on the website.
This is just the beginning for Julian Assange
The U.S. could be trying to bring additional charges against the WikiLeaks founder.
An unvaccinated high school student just got banned from going to school
The 18-year-old senior objects to the chickenpox vaccine for religious reasons
Cops arrested 85 people protesting the killing of Stephon Clark. The mayor wants answers.
Sacramento police detained a Sacramento Bee reporter in handcuffs.
It's Thursday, January 10, and a New Taco Bell Billboard Inexplicably Dispenses Cheese
Plus, what Justin Trudeau won't do for a beer.
Oregon Unconstitutionally Fined a Man $500 for Saying ‘I am an Engineer,’ Federal Judge Rules
Mats Järlström has won his First Amendment case against the state of Oregon: "This restriction clearly controls and suppresses protected speech."
Elon Musk's lawyers think calling the Thai cave diver a "pedo" and a "child rapist" should be covered by the First Amendment
The situation all started when Musk offered to make a mini-submarine to save a boys soccer team trapped in a sunken cave in northern Thailand.
FCC Falsely Claims Community Broadband an 'Ominous Threat to The First Amendment'
In reality, the real threat posed by community broadband is to big telecom’s monopoly revenues.