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The Supreme Court ruled in favor of a former high school cheerleader who argued that she could not be punished by her public school for posting a profanity-laced caption on Snapchat when she was off school grounds.
Gun sales surged during the pandemic, but so did rejections from background checks, which hit a record high of 300,000
More than four out of ten would-be buyers had felony convictions on their records, according to the group Everytown for Gun Safety.
The 8-1 ruling broadened First Amendment protections in an era when school children are in nearly constant contact with each other through social media and text messages.
Supreme Court sides with cheerleader who was suspended from her high school team for posting 'f--- school' on Snapchat
Brandi Levy sued her school after she was punished for posting a profane rant on Snapchat when she missed out on making the varsity cheerleading team.
The Supreme Court on Wednesday found that a Pennsylvania school district had overstepped its authority when it punished a cursing cheerleader for her social media posts.
The US economy is inching back to normal. But the recovery remains uneven and some states are lagging behind in the race to get back to pre-pandemic strength — especially New York.
The Supreme Court rules that a high school cheerleader was exercising her free speech rights when she criticized her school on social media.
The court heard arguments Wednesday in a case that could have profound implications for kids' freedom of speech. It probably shouldn't have gotten so far.
The editorial staff of the Washingtonian, a magazine based in Washington, D.C. is forming a union.
Michael B. Jordan has issued an apology regarding his new liquor brand following some high-profile complaints.
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The trust Americans have in the news media is the lowest in the free world and is likely driving more and more away from traditional news sources, according to a blockbuster study of international media consumption.
Increasingly, public health experts and community advocates are calling on U.S. health care leaders to directly address the connection between food and health.