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
Freedom of the “Enemy of the American People”?
FBI Arrests Man for Making Death Threats Against the Boston Globe
Why Was the State Department Ever Involved With the Debate Over 3D-Printed Guns?
The Trailer for the New RBG Biopic Says “Freedom” Isn’t in the Constitution. Wait, What?
Janus, Citizens United, and the Two-Faced Supreme Court
Justice Department Secretly Accessed New York Times Reporter’s Email and Phone Records to Find a Government Leaker
Thomas and Gorsuch’s Bizarre First Amendment Theory Would Sabotage Civil Rights Law
The NFL Anthem Policy Violates Several State Constitutions
The United States of America v. Donald J. Trump
In a Victory for Free Speech Online, Judge Rules Trump Can’t Block Twitter Users
Does the DNC’s Lawsuit Against WikiLeaks Really Pose a Grave Threat to Press Freedom?
When Campus “Free Speech” Is a Marketing Ploy
Protesting High Schooler Suspended for Swearing in Call With Congressional Staffer About Gun Control
Some Schools Will Punish Students Who Protest Gun Violence With Walkout