First Five Newsletter: August 22, 2019

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Religious beliefs in the workplace, suspended social media disinformation campaign and more.
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First Five Newsletter: August 15, 2019

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Online censorship protections, social media controversies, federal employee union lawsuit and more.
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First Five Newsletter: August 8, 2019

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Conspiracy theories’ harmful effects, amendment to limit campaign spending, dismissed lawsuit against Wikileaks and more. First Five Column Katharine Kosin and Kirsti Kenneth reflect on the renewed public discussion of potential
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A ‘More Modest’ Approach: Making Lemonade Without Lemon

Peace Cross

A recent court case deliberated over the deconstruction of the Bladensburg Cross due to citizens regarding it to be offending rather then a memorial honoring WW1 soldiers.
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First Five Newsletter: August 1, 2019

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Dismissed lawsuit against the Post, Google’s “election interference,” research survey on religious knowledge and more.
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Are Religious People Really Ignorant About Religion?

People Praying

The answer to that question depends entirely on what we think it means to know about religion.
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First Five Newsletter: July 25, 2019

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Biden wants to reinstate daily televised press briefings, a dismissed lawsuit against Facebook and more.
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First Five Newsletter: July 18, 2019

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Black Lives Matter petition, social media summit, passing of Justice Stevens and more.
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Then and Now, Flag Burner Benefits From 1989 First Amendment Ruling

United States Flag

Thirty years ago, the Supreme Court handed down a landmark free speech decision, ruling that burning the U.S. flag was a form of “expressive conduct.”
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First Five Newsletter: July 11, 2019

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Trump’s unconstitutional Twitter usage, journalism about climate change, blocking anti-Semitism in schools and more.
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