How the press learned to stop worrying and love censorship.
Despite scant evidence, everyone wants to believe that social media has a unique ability to control our thoughts and actions.
The move violates the First Amendment, according to the Foundation for Individual Rights in Education.
Facebook is the latest to announce its intentions to save local media.
High School Journalists Fight for Their 1st Amendment Right to Report on Their School's Administration
Student journalists at a Vermont high school had a damning article censored by their interim principal.
"I didn't feel comfortable being told what I couldn't write about by President Falwell."
"Imagine: You're having sex with a consenting adult...and then you're arrested and held overnight, and your whole, entire life has been exposed on TV."
"And Rahm, you done, I'm expectin' resignation..."
Any authority to shut down speech will be turned toward the press eventually.
Slightly more personal freedom is just a side effect.
"Every American who casts a vote for him is standing for principles," declares World's Greatest Newspaper, as endorsement count moves to 13-6-1* for Clinton-Johnson-Trump
Snowden's Leaks Were Important Enough for Pulitzers, But WaPo Editorial Board Wants Him Prosecuted Anyway
Newspaper demands less government transparency.
North Carolina newspaper the second to go libertarian.
The Richmond Times-Dispatch breaks from decades of Republican candidate support.
As print papers continue their decline, cable programs and mobile content are picking up the slack.
Fears of media 'monopolies' over the joining of two chains that have separately declared bankruptcy
Despite an ongoing media boycott of White House staff photography, the president's image crafters still call the shots.
The freedom to set prices free of government coercion makes for better newspapers and better medicine.
Court declares newspaper ban in Chicago-area jails to be a violation of inmates' First Amendment rights.
In Google News we trust.
Imagine schools telling kids not to study too hard, or spend more than a couple hours on homework each week, out of fear of federal reprisal.
Journalists do a bad job telling you about what's really changing in the world because we miss the stories that happen slowly.
The Dayton City Paper, an alt-weekly out of Dayton, Ohio, recently ran a "debate" on marijuana legalization. On one side of the page, a DCP staffer argued in favor of Ohio moving to legalize. The other side of the page was mostly blank.
We should trust the judgment of spy agencies when they make these stupid gestures?
DHS doing its best to be as uncooperative as possible