Judge Tanya Chutkan’s decision will determine how transparent this historic and politically charged case will be.
A Judge Blocked Federal Officials From Censoring Speech On Social Media. Here’s What The Ruling Means
Missouri v. Biden is a step in the right direction toward free online speech.
Many Gen Zers seem unconcerned about government overreach: Three in 10 would support government surveillance cameras in households to reduce crime.
It is now a mainstream view in America that anyone who won’t affirm a child’s LGBT identity is unworthy to be a parent.
Class-Action Lawsuit Says the Government's Social Media Censorship ‘Conspiracy’ Violated the First Amendment
A Louisiana court will decide if private entities are allowed to act as government censors by proxy under the Constitution.
The Supreme Court heard oral arguments in a case that could impact the First Amendment and define the bounds of discrimination and religious freedom.
Newly released documents show the full extent of the federal government's role in online censorship.
The richest man in the world walked into the Twitter headquarters carrying a sink. “Let that sink in.”
A deeply religious university is asking the Supreme Court to uphold its First Amendment right to object to an LGBTQ club on campus.