The U.S. Supreme Court on Tuesday decidednot to weigh in on the free speech rights of students on the Internet.
Justices weigh profanity, nudity rules for broadcasters
The Supreme Court on Tuesday appeared hesitant to issue a sweeping ruling onthe First Amendment rights of broadcasters as it debated the use of profanityand nudity on television.
Late-night police pursuit costs Georgetown magazine its newsroom
A trail of discarded printer boxes, old newspapers and awell-worn refrigerator leads from the hallway into the The Georgetown Voice newsroom, whose bare walls are just the mostvisible signs of something unusual.
Catholic University newspapers stolen, area police refuse to investigate
Supreme Court rules in 'Bong Hits 4 Jesus' case
The Supreme Court ruled June 25 in the"Bong Hits 4 Jesus" case that schools do not violate astudent's First Amendment free-speech rights by punishing speech thatappears to promote drugs at a school-sanctioned event.
U.S. Supreme Court denies school's petition to hear anti-Bush T-shirt case
WASHINGTON, D.C. -- The U.S. Supreme Court today denied a public school’s petition for a writ of certiorari to hear arguments in a case involving a student who was suspended for wearing a T-shirt depicting President George W. Bush surrounded by images of illegal drugs and alcohol.
Free-speech advocates see silver lining to Supreme Court decision
WASHINGTON, D.C. -- Many of the nation's free-speech advocates are focusing on what they call the silver lining to Monday's U.S. Supreme Court ruling in Morse v. Frederick.
Experts say Alito key factor in 'Bong Hits' decision
WASHINGTON, D.C. -- If some justices could have had their way, "Bong Hits 4 Jesus" signs might be protected student expression, while another justice might have stripped First Amendment rights from public high school students completely.