First Amendment to the United States Constitution
Carter had defended that text messages she sent encouraging her boyfriend to kill himself were protected by the First Amendment.
The provost detailed the professor’s discriminatory views, but said letting him go would violate First Amendment rights.
Administrators said they won't take action against the students for their racist photo, pointing to freedom of expression.
The Knight First Amendment Institute sent a letter urging the lawmaker not to block users for their "views."
He accused the Trump administration of trying to “stifle the First Amendment" and "inject fealty among the press corps.”
The president launches a new attack on the First Amendment.
The challengers argued the huge Christian cross in Maryland defies the First Amendment's ban on establishing religion.
Press freedom advocates warn the government's latest charges could have dangerous implications for journalism.
“All of us in this country have the right to our religious beliefs. I’m a Bible-believing Christian.”
The charges against the WikiLeaks founder bring up huge First Amendment issues.
The Fox News host, who used to be a judge, neglected to mention the First Amendment when attacking the Muslim congresswoman's dress.
The New York Times Co. v. Sullivan set an important standard on First Amendment rights a half-century ago.
A photo went viral this month showing high school students in Baraboo, Wisconsin, lifting their arms in an apparent Nazi salute before their junior prom.
“I’m not going to talk about a guy exercising his first amendment rights," Panthers coach Ron Rivera said.
Millie Weaver apparently doesn't know that the First Amendment protects a person from being arrested for free speech, not for being kicked off social media.
In her withering dissent in Janus v. AFSCME, the justice said her colleagues ignored precedent and "weaponized" the First Amendment.
The digital age has created new forms of censorship and speech control for dictators and democratically elected leaders alike.
The NFL's new national anthem policy may be unconstitutional, legal experts say.
In the wake of protests last week at the G20 meeting in Pittsburgh, the police arrested a self-professed anarchist for using Twitter to coordinate communications among G20 summit protesters.