Harrisburg, Pa. – Social media sites that censor free speech could face civil penalties under a new Senate bill introduced on Thursday.
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Apart from true threats of violence, which are actionable whether the perpetrator is a student or not, what our kids say, how they say it, and who they say it to when they’re not at school is simply none of the school’s business.
In a case that began with a teenager's Snapchat rant against her cheerleading squad, the Supreme Court on Wednesday considered whether and when a school can punish students for what they say online when they aren't in school.
ROGERSVILLE — There's nothing legally wrong with Hawkins County hanging a plaque stating "In God We Trust" in county-owned buildings.
Rutherford County legislators say they will consider amending a law designed to stop cyberbullying if it is so broadly worded it harms free speech.
RICHMOND — A divided federal appeals court has restored Virginia’s ban on alcohol advertising in college newspapers, concluding the restrictio…
What would you do if your boss fired you for not removing a political sticker from your car, or fired you for having a beer because he thinks …