Laura Loomer, a far-right political activist who is running in a congressional GOP primary in Florida, said the new law violates the First Amendment.
McCain shared her views on Prince Harry calling the First Amendment "bonkers" on a podcast last year.
Members of the People's Convoy are suing the District of Columbia claiming police violated their First Amendment rights by blocking their entry into the city.
In a 9-0 decision, the Court decided the city of Boston violated the group's First Amendment right to free speech.
The Supreme Court heard oral arguments on Monday in a closely watched religious-freedom case about a high school football coach who was punished for praying.
The freedom to speak freely means the freedom to be wrong and to offend others.
A reporter who reported on allegations Villanueva was involved in covering the abuse of an inmate is apparently now under criminal investigation.
Some are saying a recent move by the Florida governor and the Legislature is retaliatory and will likely lose in court, should Disney take legal action.
The U.S. Supreme Court heard opening arguments for a case involving a high school football coach who was put on leave for praying with his team after games.
"There's separation of church and state for a reason," wrote one critic of the speech by Kandiss Taylor, who's running for Georgia governor.
Parents should unquestionably be allowed to decide how their children are educated, but this basic principle has been rejected in far too many states.
"Throughout his time as attorney general, Ken Paxton has been nothing but a disappointment to the people of Texas," activist Olivia Julianna told Newsweek.
One person commenting on the exchange of opinions said simply it "sums up America at the moment."
"The separation between church and state was not designed to keep the church out of the government," televangelist Mark Burns said.
Despite the ruling, a lawsuit alleging that NRA executives "regularly ignored, overrode or otherwise violated" bylaws and internal policies will continue.
Freedom of religion means the government cannot force religious institutions to act against their core beliefs.
Similar bills were introduced in both Florida and Texas, but both were blocked by federal judges in each state for violating the First Amendment.
The man's mask and sweatshirt both stated the Pro-Trump phrase: "Let's Go Brandon."
Barry Mehler was suspended with pay earlier this month following a 14-minute video where he called students "vectors of disease."
Students could sue school districts for shutting down discussions of their sexual identity, even if the new bill prohibits teachers from talking about it.
Justices on both the left and right seemed to favor Harold Shurtleff, a conservative activist and director of Camp Constitution.
"This ruling should raise alarms not just for advocates of press freedoms but for anyone concerned about the dangers of government overreach," the NYT's publisher said.
The former lawyer for the ex-president claims Trump had retaliated against him for writing a memoir about the White House.
The court upheld the ruling that the John K. MacIver Institute for Public Policy was denied access to briefings due to its improper news-collecting operation.
The CBP's Counter Network Division allegedly carried out the practice to "vet" whether individuals the agency intended work with were "reputable reporters."
Justice Alito's remarks come as the Supreme Court battles a growing public opinion that rulings are politicized and the bench's conservative majority will win.
The FBI seized items for an investigation into how Project Veritas received a diary that allegedly belonged to President Joe Biden's daughter, Ashley.
Jonathan Wright was charged with second-degree threatening after tweeting an alleged death threat to Connecticut Gov. Ned Lamont.
"I would not have done anything differently. I think my intent was pure," Idaho state Representative Priscilla Giddings said.