Johansson's name is used in a French novel — and she's not happy about it
Cable TV, thank God, is not the government.
Your Facebook “likes” are protected under the Constitution. A federal appeals court ruled Wednesday that a Facebook “like” is a form of speech protected by the...
Verizon argues that the FCC's net neutrality rules violate the telecom giant's First Amendment rights
Downward dog is not a religious practice
A timeline of contentious Supreme Court decisions on the freedom of speech and assembly
In 1789, the United States sought to make the union more perfect, drawing up 10 amendments to the Constitution now known as the Bill of Rights. In this series of...