If you work at the Centers for Disease Control—the nation’s top public health agency—you are now officially banned from using the following seven words:
Every year since 1982, book stores, book lovers, and libraries across the country have spent the last days of September raising awareness and protesting censorship.
Students in Missouri’s Republic school district won’t find Kurt Vonnegut’s Slaughterhouse Five or Sarah Ockler’s Twenty Boy Summer in their school libraries. Classics like
The Federal Communications Commission voted a partisan 3-2 on network neutrality on December 21st, in what proponents consider an upset. The rules, a flimsy
In a novel approach to censorship, the US Department of Defense [DOD] recently bought up the entire 10,000-copy first run of Operation Dark Heart,
By the time you read this, an extremist Christian minister in Florida may or may not have burned copies of the Koran. He is