Clarence Thomas Questions Landmark Libel Case, Raising Concerns About Press Freedoms
Thomas took issue with the landmark Times v Sullivan case from 1964, which provides a broad framework for press freedoms enjoyed today.
Venezuela is Getting Ready for a Showdown Between Maduro and US-Backed Guaido
Saturday, February 23rd makes a month since Guaido declared himself interim president and the opposition said it must bring aid into the country.
Can the Academy Awards Recover from a Series of Missteps?
The 91st Academy Awards will be held this Sunday, but in the run up to this year’s ceremony, the focus has been less on the nominees, and more on several missteps made by the Academy.
Chicago Police Charge 'Empire' Actor Jussie Smollett with Staging Assault
On Wednesday, Jussie Smollett, the openly gay black actor known for his role in the TV series “Empire,” was charged with staging his own assault.
John Q. Barrett