In Alabama, 50 years after Selma, voting rights are once more under assault.
Groups urge a federal court to limit the NSA's surveillance of international electronic communications, including those relating to the purchase and use of books.
It seems that in the intervening years, the country as a whole - and its political leaders in particular - have forgotten about this attack and its victims.
New disclosures about the NSA's partnership with AT&T could reignite constitutional challenges to the spy agency's efforts to wiretap the Internet.
The News Guild denounced the St. Louis County prosecutor's criminal charges against the two reporters who were arrested a year ago during the protests against Michael Brown's death.
I was the Washington correspondent of the Daily World and received a packet in the mail of top secret FBI documents exposing the surveillance of tens of thousands of law-abiding people.
Amazon's business tactics have called into question the power the online retailer wields over the book industry.
Despite massive, worldwide protests, Ethel and Julius Rosenberg were executed in Sing Sing Prison; on this anniversary, their granddaughter has this message and shares videos.
On Jan. 20 during the State of the Union address, President Obama pledged "to protect a free and open Internet."
It is now possible in American law, under the cover of "victim relief," to create new victims by depriving them of their freedom of speech.