Illinois Gun Bill Would Require Buyers To Reveal Social Media HistoryThe proposal would require gun buyers reveal their public social media accounts to police before they’re approved for a firearm license.
Judge: White House Must Return Press Pass To CNN Reporter Jim AcostaA federal judge ruled Friday that CNN correspondent Jim Acosta can keep his White House credential for now, handing a victory to CNN in its lawsuit against President Trump and top White House officials.
CNN Sues Trump Administration For Barring Reporter Jim AcostaCNN filed a lawsuit against the Trump administration Tuesday morning, demanding the return of the White House credentials of Jim Acosta, CNN's chief White House correspondent.
DeVos To Students: Don't Hide Behind A Twitter HandlePart of the problem, she said, is that as a nation "we have abandoned truth," and it's now often seen as a personal point of view.
Police Body Camera Video With Journalist Leads To InvestigationOn July 5, 2018 Susan Greene, Editor of the Colorado Independent, was taking pictures of officers who had placed a naked man in crisis in handcuffs.
Court: Douglas County Schools Violated Constitution By Promoting Christian CausesA U.S. District Court judge ruled that Dougco schools violated the Constitution by promoting Christian causes.
Citing 'Negative' Coverage, Trump Tweets About Revoking Press CredentialsSome journalists expressed outrage at the idea. Others dismissed it as an empty threat.
Violence In Charlottesville Leads To Soul-Searching At ACLUFaced with an angry backlash for defending white supremacists' right to march in Charlottesville, the American Civil Liberties Union is confronting a feeling among some of its members that was once considered heresy: Maybe some speech isn't worth defending.
Supreme Court Orders New Look At Colorado Voucher ProgramThe Supreme Court is ordering the top Colorado state court to look again at a school voucher program that it had struck down as unconstitutional.
Supreme Court Will Take Up A Case Involving Colorado BakerThe Supreme Court is taking on a new clash between gay rights and religion in a case about a wedding cake for a same-sex couple in Colorado.
Bill Allowing Ballot 'Selfies' Approved By Colorado SenateThe Colorado state Senate approved a bill Thursday that would make it legal to share completed ballots on social media.
Ballot Selfies Win First Step In Colorado HouseA Colorado House panel has approved a bill that would legalize the posting of ballot selfies on social media sites.
Group Protests Bill That Would Allow Services Denied For Religious ReasonsA bill at the state Capitol would allow people and businesses to use their religion to deny services.
Judge Denies Emergency Injunction To Free Electors From Required VotesA federal judge dealt a severe setback Monday to a longshot plan to deny Donald Trump the presidency through the Electoral College.
Fliers Identify Alleged Neighborhood White SupremacistsOminous fliers are being distributed throughout an area of East Denver. Tucked onto car windshields were warnings fliers that read, "Community Notice … White supremacists live in this neighborhood … Please be aware and stay safe."