Author: The Associated Press
10th Circuit: Albuquerque panhandling ordinance violates First Amendment
Feds confirm Project Veritas raids were part of theft probe
House panel probing free speech at Univ. of Fla.
Alex Jones loses Sandy Hook case, but important defamation issues remain unresolved
Spending bill would give local news outlets 'shot in the arm'
U.S. journalist jailed in Myanmar for nearly 6 months is freed
Ohio bill would target violent protesters with terrorism law
Wash. Supreme Court to decide police-privacy case
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