The Supreme Court’s landmark decision to protect the conscience rights of a baker who declined to participate in a gay marriage won plaudits from religious liberty advocates.
A Federal judge ruled on Wednesday that it is unconstitutional for President Donald Trump to block other users on Twitter.
The Wisconsin Supreme Court is expected to rule in the coming months on McAdams vs. Marquette, a case that pits a suspended university professor against his employer over core issues of free speech.
The Department of Justice announced on Friday what it called a victory in campus free speech litigation.
NEW YORK—Charles Murray was the featured guest at this year’s Disinvitation Dinner, an event put on each year by the William F. Buckley, Jr. Program at Yale since 2015 in response to the trend of college students preventing controversial speakers from giving talks.
Federal Communications Commission chairman Ajit Pai said on Thursday the government would not heed calls from Senate Democrats to investigate a private broadcaster for its “news activities.”
Democratic senators are demanding the government investigate the “news activities” of the Sinclair Broadcasting Group, saying they want a federal probe into a private news organization because they are “strong defenders of the First Amendment.”
A bill abolishing “free speech zones” on campus failed in the Florida Senate Judiciary Committee last week.