national security

Journalists May be Stuck with Assange’s First Amendment Defense

Julian Assange

Journalists are the watchdogs by which we all can know information improperly classified, withheld for political gain or around which legitimate debate should occur.
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Video: Privacy vs. Security: A Conversation

Privacy vs. Security: A Conversation

On Jan. 31, 2015, a timely Newseum Institute program, co-sponsored by the Washington, DC Public Library, explored the tensions between government transparency and national security.
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Hazelwood used to justify cap-and-gown requirement

Public school students’ graduation garb is school-sponsored speech, which gives school officials authority to impose uniform cap-and-gown requirements on students. That’s the lesson of an interesting South Dakota case in
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