“The idea that I had to wash pepper spray out of my son’s hat later that night, that was not the memory we went to Washington, D.C., for,” the boy's mother told Newsweek.
In November, Gutierrez told the Seattle Times about his girlfriend whom he claims was deported after being tricked into meeting an ICE agent in a parking lot.
The Archdiocese of Washington, D.C., is protesting the rejection of its Christmas ad campaign.
Crisis Pregnancy Centers are arguing a California state law requiring them to provide women with information about abortion infringes on their First Amendment rights.
President Donald Trump’s propensity for blocking his critics on Twitter is illegal, according to a new filing by a group of legal experts.
A French citizen is suing the United States for including the words "so help me God" in the citizenship oath.
The National Park Service says the organizers of an annual art event can't display a statue of a naked woman because it's too tall and would ruin the grass.
Only 26 percent could name all three branches of the government.
@RealDonaldTrump loves blocking critics on Twitter. Is he violating the Constitution?
A First Amendment group says Trump is violating the Constitution by blocking people on Twitter.
Do we want juries determining what is and what is not 'newsworthy?'
A federal judge says the Constitution videoing cops only if it is a “challenge” to their actions.
We need to separate legitimate free speech from online abuses that threaten the lives of others.
A bill intended to protect those offended by gay marriage could open a can of worms.
A Massachusetts verdict confirms what an Ohio court ruled last year: The First Amendment always applies.
The First Amendment guarantees free expression. Companies are using it to dodge accountability.