This column expresses the views of Tony Mauro, special correspondent for the Freedom Forum. As President Trump’s lawyers have sought ways to block the distribution of books by his niece Mary Trump and his former national security adviser John Bolton, Trump’s adversaries are invoking a tenet of press freedom that dates back at least four […]
The Supreme Court may soon add another key First Amendment case to its docket — this time touching on the amendment’s lesser-known rights of assembly and petition.
Thirty-two years ago, C-SPAN made its first formal request to the Supreme Court, offering to televise the court’s oral arguments live and gavel to gavel.
It was no surprise Friday that the Supreme Court postponed its April oral arguments because of the COVID-19 pandemic. It had done so for March arguments as well.