Billboard Criticizing Dallas' Decision To Remove Confederate Memorial Triggering DebateThe billboard showing a Confederate soldier urinating on an image of the Dallas skyline with the words "I Support Confederate Heritage" is along Highway 175 near the city of Kemp in Kaufman County.
Trump Says He'll Issue Free Speech Order To Colleges And UniversitiesPresident Donald Trump's proposed executive order to protect free speech on college campuses follows a growing chorus of complaints that the nation's universities attempt to silence conservative voices.
Court Declines Review In Texas Cheerleaders Banner LawsuitThe Texas Supreme Court has declined to review an appeal of a lower court's decision that said cheerleaders' banners with Bible verses at football games are protected private speech.
White House Bars CNN Correspondent From Open Press EventKaitlan Collins and her employer, CNN, say the White House denied Collins access to Trump's Rose Garden event with the European Commission president because officials found her earlier questions "inappropriate."
Annual Muzzle 'Awards' Go To Alleged Protest SquelchersA Texas principal accused of expelling a student who stayed seated during the Pledge of Allegiance and a Utah high school accused of censoring its student newspaper have been bestowed Muzzle Awards.
SMU, Students Reach Agreement On 9/11 MemorialThe university agreed to continue displays, including the 9/11 memorial, on Dallas Hall Lawn.
Free Speech Controversy At SMU Makes National HeadlinesThe uproar began when SMU told the Young America's Foundation that its yearly display of flags honoring September 11th victims will no longer allowed to be set up at the Dallas Hall lawn as in past years.
Fort Worth Officer Vows To 'Protect' Immigrants In Viral VideoA Fort Worth Police officer's Facebook video about immigration concerns has gone viral.
Milo Yiannopoulos' UC Berkeley Talk Canceled After Violent ProtestSome of the protesters pulled away metal barricades as police in riot gear guard the building.
Free Speech Clash: Justices Considering Offensive TrademarksAn Asian-American rock band has spent years locked in a First Amendment battle with the government, which refuses to register a trademark for the band's name because it's considered offensive.
Dallas-Based Journalist, 'Anonymous Hacktivist' Released From Federal PrisonDallas-born investigative journalist Barrett Brown was released from federal prison, earlier than initially scheduled.
Sex Toys Displayed At UT Protest Against Campus CarryThe protest fell on the first day of the fall semester, the first semester since the Campus Carry Law went into effect August 1.