When Is It OK to Out Political Donors?
Trump’s Cold War With the White House Press Corps
Appeals Court Confirms That Trump Can’t Block Critics on Twitter
Texas Seeks to Deny All Inmates Access to Clergy at Execution Rather Than Accommodate a Buddhist
The Justice Department Discloses That Trump Personally Blocks People on Twitter
Why Is Devin Nunes Really Suing Over Twitter Parody Accounts?
It’s Time for the Mug-Shot Digital Economy to Die
Brett Kavanaugh Is Ready to Demolish the Wall Between Church and State
Are Hate Speech Protections in the U.S. Morally Legitimate?
Elena Kagan Asked for Proof that Gerrymandering Harms Both Political Parties. Here It Is.
Clarence Thomas Just Joined Donald Trump’s Crusade to “Open Up” Libel Laws
The NYPD’s Misguided War on Waze
A New Muslim Ban Challenge Seeks to Answer the Questions the Supreme Court Didn’t Settle
SCOTUS Let a Muslim Prisoner Die Without Access to His Imam on Thursday Night
Federal Court Rules You Have the Right to Record the Cops—Even in Secret
The White House Restored Jim Acosta’s Press Pass, but Hasn’t Abandoned Its Attack on Free Speech
Julian Assange Should Only Be Prosecuted if He Closely Collaborated With Russian Intelligence
Justice Department Accidentally Reveals Plans to Indict Julian Assange
CNN Will Win Its Lawsuit to Have Jim Acosta’s White House Press Pass Restored
The Lawsuit Against the Trump Campaign That Could Have Dangerous Consequences for a Free Press