Knoxville News Sentinel blog report: Bureau chief Tom Humphrey writes about flap at Tennessee House.
By David L. Hudson Jr. Court rejects First Amendment claim, saying Jimmy Sain's political beliefs weren't at issue.
Attorney tells three-judge panel that state has provided no evidence that mixing distilled spirits with erotic performances leads to 'adverse secondary effects.'
Authorities execute search warrant day after KUAM reports that police officer allegedly failed polygraph test required for trainees.
Group files lawsuits on behalf of two residents, finds authorities wrongly charged hundreds of people with disorderly conduct for swearing.
Recording industry chairman says federal judge's ruling is 'an extraordinary victory' against one of the largest remaining U.S. file-sharing services.
First Amendment expert says Court nominee's scholarship 'suggests a general acceptance' of free-speech law, but it's 'hard to predict' how she'd vote.
Justices overturn ruling that newspaper wasn't covered by fair-report privilege when it published allegations made in federal bankruptcy court complaint.
Measure prohibits classes that advocate ethnic solidarity, that are designed primarily for students of a particular race or that promote resentment toward a certain ethnic group.
Theft comes less than two weeks after Supreme Court allows monument to remain standing while legal battle continues over its presence on federal land.
Siding with state Chamber of Commerce, court declares restrictions on independent expenditures by corporations on behalf of political candidates unconstitutional.
Federal lawsuit had claimed law, which bars employers from firing workers who refuse to attend meetings to discuss politics, religion or union organizing, violates free speech.
Officials disagree over where notion originated that oral prayers should be halted at center, where meals are federally subsidized.