White nationalist groups and leaders are being sued over the Aug. 12 "Unite the Right" rally in Charlottesville, Virginia.
Facebook's advertising model was criticized after ProPublica found advertisers may have targeted over 2,000 people who searched anti-Semitic terms.
The company says it's using a combination of background checks and community input to identify the people it's kicking off the site.
Starting in January, customers in the U.K. can no longer be charged more for using plastic at the register.
After a separate ruling allowed "disparaging" words to be trademarked, the groups fighting the Washington Redskins' name ended their lawsuit.
Police arrested 14 protesters in Portland, Oregon, for "criminal behavior."
The FCC investigated complaints about an anti-Trump rant on "The Late Show" and found Stephen Colbert didn't break any rules.
Secretary of State Rex Tillerson says the U.S. protects the free press, but the country's ranking lags behind dozens of other nations.
The broadcast personality said she wouldn't speak at the university after the student groups that invited her backed out.
Colorado’s public colleges will no longer have designated “free speech zones” after Gov.…
The property owner says she'll keep the billboard up as long as President Donald Trump is in office.
Most proposed laws ramp up penalties for blocking traffic, but others go a lot further.