first amendment

Politics
"The president is destroying the presidency," one critic snapped back.
Media
President Donald Trump’s campaign spokesperson received a lesson about one of the most fundamental rights of every American.
Politics
The latest setback in a domestic terrorism-related case shows how much tougher it is for the feds to prosecute neo-Nazis than Muslim extremists.
Politics
The lawmaker spearheading HB734, state Rep. Andy Welch (R), recently complained about an interview with a reporter that he felt was unfair.
Politics
Citizens for Responsibility and Ethics in Washington seeks to determine if access was blocked based on religion.
Politics
"Cow-ards," snort Twitter wits after the GOP cancellation announcement.
Politics
In back-to-back segments, Laura Ingraham championed the First Amendment, then attacked it.
Entertainment
Killer Mike, Chance the Rapper and music scholars urged the Supreme Court to appeal Jamal Knox's sentencing over his song "F**k the Police."
U.S. News
A survey found that in only one state could more than 50 percent pass the exam.
Politics
In early 2017, the news outlet published a dossier of unverified allegations about the president's ties with Russia.
Videos
One of the first Muslim women in Congress, Ilhan Omar, is challenging a 181-year-old rule that barres religious headwear in the House chamber.
Videos
One of the first Muslim women in Congress, Ilhan Omar, is challenging a rule that barres religious headwear in the House chamber.
Videos
The administration has pulled a 180 on its plans to once again revoke Jim Acosta’s press pass.
Videos
The administration has pulled a 180 on its plans to once again revoke Jim Acosta’s press pass.
Politics
The Daily Stormer publisher and his alt-right trolls suffer another setback in court.
Politics
It would be a "really strong lawsuit," according to the attorney.
Politics
Press organizations denounced the president for his "my kind of guy" endorsement of a Republican's body-slam attack.
Videos
After posting bail, Robert Chain walked out of the courtroom saying Trump “saved” America.
U.S. News
Susan Greene was detained in July after attempting to photograph officers surrounding an African-American man who was sitting on a public sidewalk.
Media
The Boston Globe has urged newspapers nationwide to publish editorials on Aug. 16 condemning Trump's anti-media rhetoric.