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Eric Rasmusen.

Indiana University admits a professor has ‘racist, sexist, and homophobic’ views but say they can’t fire him because of the First Am...

Eric Rasmusen, a professor of business economics and public policy at Indiana University, won't be fired, despite an outpouring of criticism.
Northwestern University campus in Evanston.

Student journalists at Northwestern set off an online uproar after they apologized for basic reporting practices

The Daily Northwestern published an editorial on November 10 apologizing for some of its reporting methods, which it said "hurt students."

Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez hasn’t stopped blocking critics on Twitter despite settling a lawsuit charging she violated the First Amendment

Ocasio-Cortez recently apologized for blocking a critic on Twitter and settled a lawsuit he filed alleging she violated the First Amendment.
Facebook cofounder and CEO Mark Zuckerberg.

Facebook refuses to fact-check political ads, and it’s infuriating employees and lawmakers. Here’s why the issue has become Facebook’...

Facebook instituted a policy not to fact-check political ads, and it's causing a stir among its own employees and lawmakers like Elizabeth Warren.

Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez apologizes for blocking a critic on Twitter and settles a lawsuit charging that she violated the First Amendment

Former Brooklyn Assemblyman Dov Hikind accused AOC of violating the First Amendment by blocking him on Twitter.
Michael Douglas plays the US president in 1995's "The American President."

Mark Zuckerberg hits back at ‘The Social Network’ screenwriter with his own words: ‘America isn’t easy’

Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg hit back at criticism from "The Social Network" screenwriter Aaron Sorkin with Sorkin's own words.
A clip from Aaron Sorkin's "The Social Network" — a fictional movie based on the history of Facebook.

The author of ‘The Social Network’ just wrote a scathing op-ed criticizing Facebook’s political ad policy

Facebook is under fire for its decision to not fact-check political ads, and the latest critic is "The Social Network" writer Aaron Sorkin.

A Michigan company is suing a woman for $25,000 after she left them a bad Yelp review

An air conditioning company has accused a woman of publishing "false and defamatory statements" that cost the business at least six customers per day.
U.S. Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez (D-NY).

Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez says she has the right to block critics on social media — a court ruling against Trump suggests she might not

There are First Amendment implications when lawmakers like Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez and President Donald Trump block critics on social media.
US currency still has "In God we trust" printed on it.

A new law requires public schools in South Dakota to write ‘In God We Trust’ in large type and display the message in ‘prominentR...

The same bill has also been passed in 10 other states in 2019. Those who oppose the law says it goes against the First Amendment.