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BBC Russian Service Moscow bureau chief Konstantin Eggert is a vocal critic of the Putin regime and has more than a few thoughts on censorship in Russia. Read more


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Catholic University of America has found a student not guilty of “disorderly conduct” for posting memes criticizing Young Americans for Freedom. Read more


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Journalist Ksenia Turkova shares her reporting on Russian censorship, the war in Ukraine, and her experiences working as a journalist in Russia. Read more


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The New York Times Editorial Board unpacks the results of a new poll that reveals many Americans feel less free than they did 10 years ago. Read more


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A new survey by The New York Times found that Americans are concerned that freedom of speech is under threat and in decline. Read more


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SUNY Brockport is facing backlash over a speaking invitation to a former Black Panther member convicted of killing two police officers in the 1970s. Read more


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Can we trust the leaders of our once-venerated institutions to uphold and consistently apply the principles that once earned them widespread respect? Read more


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Legislation like Hawaii’s New Voices Act is vital to ensuring that student journalists’ rights are protected. Read more


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One UW administrator is digging in after FIRE sent a letter calling out the university's repressive rule regarding land acknowledgment. Read more