"First, She Took a Knee to Call Out Injustice. Now, This 11-Year-Old Is Fighting for Her Own Rights."
Catherine J. Ross is quoted in The Washington Post about the student who was reprimanded for kneeling during the Pledge of Allegiance.
Jonathan Turley writes in The Washington Post about the constitutionality of indicting a sitting president.
John F. Banzhaf III is quoted in Broadcasting & Cable about the First Amendment and warning labels.
Jonathan Turley writes in The Hill about the newly released transcripts of the Trump Tower testimony.
Jonathan Turley writes in The Hill on how New York is giving the Supreme Court the best argument to rule for the baker in Masterpiece Cakeshop.
Jonathan Turley is quoted in The Hill about the possible conflict of interest in Robert Mueller overseeing the Russia election probe.
Catherine J. Ross is quoted in The Houston Chronicle regarding the release of a survey about censorship of student publications.
Jonathan Turley writes in USA Today about the latest Cohen scandal involving retainers from companies like AT&T.
Jonathan Turley speaks to NPR about the use of facial recognition technology and its impact on society.
Paul Schiff Berman is quoted in The Globe and Mail about the possibility of President Trump agreeing to speak with Robert Mueller.
Jonathan Turley writes in The Hill on how Emmett Flood's addition could signal the adoption of the Clinton defense by Trump.
Jonathan Turley speaks to Fox News regarding the private banking records of longtime Trump counsel Michael Cohen.