The Securities and Exchange Commission is failing to put investor interests first.
Drawing on speech rights in Citizens United, an appeals court ruled that a company could restrict contraception insurance coverage.
The question of whether companies can claim a religious identity is really about sex and has opened a new front in the culture wars.
Elaine Huguenin, a photographer, says a New Mexico law violated her right to free speech by making her celebrate something, a same-sex commitment ceremony, that her religion tells her is wrong.
An Arizona appeals court heard arguments on whether Phoenix was within its rights to remove bus shelter ads that proclaimed “Guns Save Lives,” which it said constituted political speech.
A conflict has surfaced between the Guyanese government and calypso singers, who accuse it of repressing their often politically charged music by keeping it off the airwaves.
General Aussaresses stunned France in 2000 when he asserted that he tortured and summarily executed dozens of prisoners during his country’s war in Algeria four decades earlier.
John D. Apel, convicted of trespass for entering a protest area near the entrance to an Air Force base in California from which he had been banned, says his First Amendment rights were violated.
When he was agitating for revolution, urging fellow Syrians to rise up against President Bashar al-Assad, Abdullah dreaded the midnight knock at the door from the secret police.
Defense Secretary Chuck Hagel telephoned his Egyptian counterpart on Saturday to voice U.S. concerns about a new Egyptian law that curbs protests and has prompted the arrest of a group of Egyptian girls and political activists, a spokesman ...