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The White House will not join Christchurch's call to eradicate online extremism for freedom of speech

French President Emmanuel Macron and New Zealand Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern, along with other heads of state, attend an opening ceremony for the "Christchurch Appeal" against terrorism at the Elysee Palace in Paris, France on 15 May 2019. REUTERS / Charles Platiau / Pool (Charles Platiau / Reuters) Tony Romm Author of the Report on Technology Policy Drew Harwell National …

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Tiger awarded Medal of Freedom at White House

WASHINGTON – President Donald Trump awarded Golfer Tiger Woods the highest civilian honor on Monday, describing the 43-year-old as a "true legend" who transformed golf and then fought through years to return to the sport's summit Trump receives Woods with the Presidential Medal of Freedom. Woods is the fourth golfer to earn that distinction and certainly the youngest. While he's …

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Trump to present Tiger Woods with the Presidential Medal of Freedom

President Trump will hand over the Presidential Medal of Freedom to Tiger Woods Monday in the Rose Garden of the White House. The ceremony will take place at 18.00. ET will be the fourth time a golfer has received the Freedom Medal. The then President George W. Bush presented the honors Arnold Palmer and Jack Nicklaus in 2004 and 2005. …

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Which Duchess really has less freedom?

Living as a member of the royal family sounds like a dream to anyone. Remember, though, that is not always easy. It's true that Meghan Markle and Kate Middleton enjoy the benefits that the rest of us only dream of. After all, they have personal assistants, are chauffeured there in luxury cars everywhere, have personal chefs, and travel by private …

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Freedom of the press and the case against Julian Assange, explained

But some press freedom advocates say they are still worried. First, the Ministry of Justice could file a bill of indictment, so there is no guarantee that the Spionage Act will be excluded from the case. However, in extradition proceedings, all additional fees would most likely have to be paid shortly – before Britain decides whether custody of Mr Assange …

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How did Trump team up with the Freedom Caucus to shut down the government?

Jake Sherman is a senior author of Politico and co-author of Politico s playbook. Anna Palmer is an older Washington correspondent for . Politico and co-author of Politico s playbook. It was as if Mark Meadows was watching a political car accident in slow motion. In November 2018, when the House Republicans lost their legislative majority, he became a player …

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Venezuelan military defector: I will continue to fight for our freedom news

CUCTUA, COLOMBIA – Ricardo * sat in a Colombian migration office on the stairs dressed in his green Venezuelan military uniforms. He remembered his childhood when he saw the late Venezuelan leader Hugo Chavez making charismatic speeches on television. Ricardo said Chavez inspired him to join the forces. A member of the Venezuelan National Guard, Ricardo, fell on Saturday in …

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The arrest of Maria Ressa means more problems for press freedom in Asia

Rappler's Reputation Despite frequent verbal attacks and obstacles by the Duterte government, Rappler is admired for his fearless coverage of the deadly war on drugs in the country and many other problems with the current administration, including the treatment of opposition politicians The arrest of Ressa was widely regarded as a warning to the press by human rights activists and …

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Trump poses a major threat to US democracy, Freedom House reports

A respected human rights watchdog group raises alarm: President Donald Trump poses an existential threat to American democracy, perhaps the greatest challenge in modern history. "Trump has attacked key institutions and traditions, including the separation of press freedom, a free press, an independent judiciary, impartial jurisdiction, the preservation of corruption and, above all, the legitimacy of elections," writes Freedom House …

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