Glenn Greenwald and Tucker Carlson are from opposite ends of the political universe, but they seem to find some common ground on the topic of free speech. Greenwald, a newly minted Fox News contributor, appeared on Carlson’s program following an incident between Carlos Maza and
Deputy Editor in Chief Caroline Corbett, Editor in Chief Rob Cline, International Editor Shayna Greene and International Writer Michael Kohler reflect on the media’s role in the politics of climate change, the implications for press freedom post-Khashoggi and Acosta, and the boom of anecdotal “news”
Young voices have historically been targets of discrediting campaigns, but they are arguably the ones that matter most
The coveted Blue Check: Is being #verified worth it?
Milo is back on campuses, and taking his controversy and high security costs with him.
Gab in the US is known as a platform for free and unfettered speech. What is their presence like abroad?
UC Berkeley’s Free Speech Week was cancelled. Cue the political takes.
UC Berkeley once led the free speech movement in the tumultuous ’60s, but their legacy may not survive present-day partisanship.
Can the president block people on Twitter? An interesting court case considers that very question.
The popular discussion board Reddit is the internet’s very own hodge-podge – with subreddits dedicated to everything from once-viral Vine videos to political movements. This past election cycle, Reddit has become a sort of virtual meeting grounds for the alt-right. The alt-right is a white