Predicting violence is a lot harder than people claim in retrospect, and a wider net inevitably ensnares more innocent people.
And The Washington Post's wildly one-sided account of Jankowicz's fall was an exercise in government PR.
Activist Fadi Elsalameen says U.S. aid doesn’t help Palestinians because of corruption. They need monetary freedom.
The Supreme Court split on this 4-4 in 1982, and the matter remains unsettled.
In response to the Buffalo massacre, Gov. Kathy Hochul invoked a hoary analogy to justify censorship.
Special Signage Requirement for "Trans-Inclusive" Restrooms Unconstitutionally Compels Business's Speech
So holds a federal district court today; striking down a Tennessee statute.
Florida Bans Residential Picketing with "Intent to Harass or Disturb" -- but What Exactly Does That Mean?
A content-neutral ban on all residential picketing would be constitutional; but the "intent to harass or disturb" limitation may make the law unconstitutional or ineffective.
"The knot in getting that product into the U.S. isn't safety, it's a regulatory issue," says Peter Pitts.
Plus: The editors each point out one key disagreement they have with one another.
The law forces social media firms to host and promote speech they oppose, and would set a dangerous precedent if upheld by the courts..
A federal judge ruled Monday that North Carolina bureaucrats violated the Constitution when they tried to ban a Flying Dog beer over a possible penis on the label.
"It's all induced by the internet," she said.
Grandmother of Dead Child May Post Child Protection Services Documents That Are Confidential Under State Law,
but that she received from the lawyers for the man accused of killing him.
The problem is not sneaky entrepreneurs who sell accessories; it's legislators who ban guns based on functionally unimportant features.
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So the Michigan Court of Appeals held Thursday, in a case brought by the former head women's gymnastics coach at Central Michigan University.
Pittsburgh-area developers argue in a new lawsuit that the city's requirement that they include affordable units in their projects is an unconstitutional taking.
He Was Sentenced to Death After Law Enforcement Fabricated Evidence. A Federal Court Says He Can Sue.
A conservative judge expressed skepticism at the panel's conclusion before issuing a strong rebuke of prosecutorial immunity.
Georgia Cops Rummaged Through Student-Athletes' Luggage in a Fruitless Search for 'a Little Bit of Marijuana'
When did the K-9 arrive? And what was the probable cause for the search?
"If you’d find it hard to support our content breadth, Netflix may not be the best place for you," the company tells employees.
New York City pressures Wall Street banks to report "self-identified gender, race and/or ethnicity of individual directors."
Ninth Circuit Upholds Dismissal of Arizona State's Trademark Lawsuit Over ASU_Covid.Parties Instagram Account
The account posted items such as (in mid-2020), "ASU: No More Social Distancing. No More Masks. It Is Time to Party!"
Anti-abortion interstate travel bans would have multiple constitutional defects.
The U.S. Polo Association investigation exonerated the plaintiff, but the plaintiff still sued the USPA for libel.
A "disinformation" board sounds like something from a dystopian novel.
Without citing any constitutional authority to dictate state abortion policies, the bill would have overridden regulations that have been upheld or have yet to be tested.
Liberal states don't want to treat abortion as a personal, private choice either. Instead, blue state policy makers want to spend tax dollars subsidizing and promoting it.
"If treating diapers like a luxury makes you mad, so should taxing them like a luxury," said Paltrow.
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"I really think I'm allowed to stay here," I explained, in vain.
The paper blames a "gun-buying spree" during the pandemic for the 2020 jump in murders.
ICE has spent $2.8 billion since 2008 developing surveillance and facial-recognition capabilities, mostly in secrecy and without real oversight.
of South Africa and the European Court of Human Rights."