Original Flag Burner Sues Over Failed Reboot at GOP Convention

A San Francisco man whose right to burn the flag was enshrined into U.S. law sued Cleveland and conspiracy theorist radio host Alex Jones, claiming the city suppressed a flag-burning protest at last year’s GOP convention and Jones’ InfoWars reporters gave false reports to bolster assault charges.

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Trump Vows ‘Strong Look’ at Libel Laws

President Donald Trump on Wednesday vowed to take a “strong look” at the nation’s libel laws in the wake of the publication of the best-selling “Fire and Fury: Inside the Trump White House,” which portrays him as a dysfunctional leader presiding over an administration in chaos.

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‘Liking’ Racist Posts Merits Students’ Suspension, Judge Rules

A federal judge Wednesday found a Bay Area High School properly disciplined most of the students embroiled in a racist Instagram posting scandal that compared black classmates to gorillas, and referred to nooses and lynchings — even if some of the students merely “liked” the posts.

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