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Readers react: ‘I Served for What This Country Stood For’: Readers React to N.F.L. Protests

Readers react: ‘I Served for What This Country Stood For’: Readers React to N.F.L. Protests

Members of the Washington Redskins knelt and held hands during the national anthem on Sunday night.
After Charlottesville, A.C.L.U. Braces for the Next Alt-Right Case

After Charlottesville, A.C.L.U. Braces for the Next Alt-Right Case

Since the violence in Charlottesville, Va., set off by alt-right demonstrations, the American Civil Liberties Union has been weighing whether it should provide legal support to groups that engage in
Mexican Radio Host’s Resignation Highlights Ties Between Government and Media

Mexican Radio Host’s Resignation Highlights Ties Between Government and Media

The radio host Leonardo Curzio during a lecture at the Universidad del Valle de México in February. Mr. Curzio quit in protest over demands to fire his colleagues.
Mexican Radio Host’s Resignation Highlights Ties Between Government and Media

Mexican Radio Host’s Resignation Highlights Ties Between Government and Media

The radio host Leonardo Curzio during a lecture at the Universidad del Valle de México in February. Mr. Curzio quit in protest over demands to fire his colleagues.
University of Florida Braces for Richard Spencer

University of Florida Braces for Richard Spencer

Richard Spencer at his office in Alexandria, Va., in August. He is scheduled to speak at the University of Florida on Thursday.
Leading Western Publisher Bows to Chinese Censorship

Leading Western Publisher Bows to Chinese Censorship

A Springer Nature stand at a Beijing book fair in August. The company acknowledged blocking access to certain articles from its website in mainland China.
Leading Western Publisher Bows to Chinese Censorship

Leading Western Publisher Bows to Chinese Censorship

A Springer Nature stand at a Beijing book fair in August. The company acknowledged blocking access to certain articles from its website in mainland China.
Leading Western Publisher Bows to Chinese Censorship

Leading Western Publisher Bows to Chinese Censorship

A Springer Nature stand at a Beijing book fair in August. The company acknowledged blocking access to certain articles from its website in mainland China.
White Nationalist Richard Spencer Is Barred From Speaking at a Federal Building

White Nationalist Richard Spencer Is Barred From Speaking at a Federal Building

Richard B. Spencer in November 2016 in Washington. The anti-immigration group he leads was told it could not hold its annual conference at a federal office building in the capital.
Afghanistan Acts to Ban WhatsApp, but Claims Move Is Temporary

Afghanistan Acts to Ban WhatsApp, but Claims Move Is Temporary

Afghans selling phones last year at a market in Kabul, the capital. The government has asked service providers to suspend WhatsApp and another encrypted messaging app, Telegram.
Afghanistan Acts to Ban WhatsApp, but Claims Move Is Temporary

Afghanistan Acts to Ban WhatsApp, but Claims Move Is Temporary

Afghans selling phones last year at a market in Kabul, the capital. The government has asked service providers to suspend WhatsApp and another encrypted messaging app, Telegram.
Afghanistan Acts to Ban WhatsApp, but Claims Move Is Temporary

Afghanistan Acts to Ban WhatsApp, but Claims Move Is Temporary

Afghans selling phones last year at a market in Kabul, the capital. The government has asked service providers to suspend WhatsApp and another encrypted messaging app, Telegram.
Mediator: Terrorism Is Faster Than Twitter

Mediator: Terrorism Is Faster Than Twitter

Heavily armed police stood guard during the Greenwich Village Halloween Parade in New York last Tuesday, hours after a deadly terrorist attack in Lower Manhattan.
Sidebar: Where to Draw Line on Free Speech? Wedding Cake Case Vexes Lawyers

Sidebar: Where to Draw Line on Free Speech? Wedding Cake Case Vexes Lawyers

Floyd Abrams, the nation’s most prominent First Amendment lawyer, almost always argues in favor of free speech, but not in the case of a baker who refused to make a cake for a same-sex wedding.
Mediator: Terrorism Is Faster Than Twitter

Mediator: Terrorism Is Faster Than Twitter

Heavily armed police stood guard during the Greenwich Village Halloween Parade in New York last Tuesday, hours after a deadly terrorist attack in Lower Manhattan.
Mediator: Terrorism Is Faster Than Twitter

Mediator: Terrorism Is Faster Than Twitter

Heavily armed police stood guard during the Greenwich Village Halloween Parade in New York last Tuesday, hours after a deadly terrorist attack in Lower Manhattan.
Sidebar: Where to Draw Line on Free Speech? Wedding Cake Case Vexes Lawyers

Sidebar: Where to Draw Line on Free Speech? Wedding Cake Case Vexes Lawyers

Floyd Abrams, the nation’s most prominent First Amendment lawyer, almost always argues in favor of free speech, but not in the case of a baker who refused to make a cake for a same-sex wedding.
Justices Take Cases on Free Speech at Pregnancy Centers and Polling Places

Justices Take Cases on Free Speech at Pregnancy Centers and Polling Places

Flags at a Tea Party rally in October 2010. A man in Minnesota was temporarily prevented from voting while wearing a T-shirt that said “Don’t Tread on Me” and bore a Tea Party logo. The Supreme Court
Justices Take Cases on Free Speech at Pregnancy Centers and Polling Places

Justices Take Cases on Free Speech at Pregnancy Centers and Polling Places

Flags at a Tea Party rally in October 2010. A man in Minnesota was temporarily prevented from voting while wearing a T-shirt that said “Don’t Tread on Me” and bore a Tea Party logo. The Supreme Court
Australian Furor Over Chinese Influence Follows Book’s Delay

Australian Furor Over Chinese Influence Follows Book’s Delay

An uproar followed an Australian publisher’s decision to postpone the release of a book by Clive Hamilton, who says Beijing is actively working to silence China’s critics.