Sen. Chris Murphy (D., Conn.) said on Monday that technology companies like Facebook, Apple and YouTube need to do more to combat “lies and hate” than take down only one website.
The New York Times appeared to make an error in this Saturday’s print edition. An op-ed piece headlined “How Conservatives Weaponized the First Amendment” was published on the front-page and not labeled as an opinion piece. The piece was mistakenly bylined to the Times’ Supreme Court reporter Adam Liptak, rather than some sort of editorial writer. …
The Supreme Court has put an end to compulsory union dues and fees for government workers, spurring praise from labor watchdogs and public outcry from organized labor.
Pro-life pregnancy centers should not be forced to steer pregnant women to abortion clinics, according to the Supreme Court.
NEW YORK CITY—Dozens gathered at the New York Times’s event center just off of Times Square on Friday for the first annual Open Mind conference, a meeting of luminaries organized by Heterodox Academy (or HxA, as it is styled) to discuss why, exactly, America’s campuses are growing more hostile to speech.
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.