Most new laws traditionally take effect in Georgia on July 1. But this year, many of the most important measures became law as soon as Republican Gov. Brian Kemp signed them. Top measures beginning Friday include a raft of conservative-inspired school legislation, and an increase in lawmaker pensions.
A bill filed last year by Fayetteville Republican Josh Bonner to open up campuses to free speech is getting a new push in the Gold Dome.
For the third day, protesters in Spain's major cities hit the streets calling for the release of Pablo Hasél, who was arrested for tweets critical of the monarchy and supporting Basque separatists.
Twitter blocked hundreds of accounts the Indian government said were inciting violence. Then it unblocked them. Now it's stuck between Indian law and defending free speech.
The conservative social network is relaunching under new leadership and on new technology, a month after being de-platformed. It says it will not rely on Big Tech for its operations.
Rep. Jamie Raskin called former President Donald Trump the "inciter in chief" and rejected the defense's claim that his calls to overturn the election constitute free speech under the First Amendment.
Zhang Zhan was detained in May after reporting on the coronavirus response in China. Now, she faces years in prison as officials try to silence reports that differ from their own.
A two-year investigation concludes the social network's leaders made decisions that were "significant setbacks for civil rights."
In April three dozen members of a neo-Nazi group rallied in Newnan, south of Atlanta. Hundreds showed up to counter protest. Police report no one was...
On this edition of Political Rewind, free speech issues. Students in Georgia and across the country walk out of classes to show support for passage of...