Columbia University student protesters inveighed against the school’s policies protecting freedom of expression in a new video on the campus community’s views on free speech produced by the student newspaper.
The Washington, D.C. transit system rejected a Christmas ad for being too Christian, according to a lawsuit filed on Tuesday.
A seventh-grade student in Georgia was forced to change out of a “Fake News” t-shirt before a class trip to tour CNN’s headquarters.
Students at New York’s Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute (RPI) have been hit with a disciplinary inquiry for holding a campus protest, prompting criticism from First Amendment advocates.
A new study examining the country’s views on free speech found that 62 percent of students feel they are prevented from saying things they believe, and right-leaning views have taken the hardest hit.
The Justice Department argued Tuesday that a California community college’s speech policies created unconstitutional prior restraint that depressed free expression, supporting a student’s lawsuit claiming that the school violated his First Amendment rights.
Jonathan Turley, a noted law professor at George Washington University and a leading liberal voice, has joined conservatives in condemning Democratic efforts to regulate political speech on the internet.
Four city council members in Ann Arbor, Michigan knelt for the Pledge of Allegiance after their meeting was called to order on Monday night.
A claim from an unverified Twitter account said the user’s friend was handed a flyer after check-in at the Trump International Hotel in Washington, D.C., which directed recipients to an online petition asking for CNN not to be shown on televisions in federal buildings.
The dean of Seattle University’s law school revoked the school’s scholarship of a Federalist Society event, arguing it could be “harmful” to minority students to hear a conservative viewpoint.