Rick Scott outlaws the term "climate change," and a university releases a list of unwelcome words.
Tags: global warming, environment, science, rick scott, florida, laws, censorship, freedom of speech, frank luntz, men/women, sexism, college, education, immigration, aliens, sci-fi, nerd alert, new york city, weather, fashion
The arrest of a divisive French comedian calls into question the country's support of free speech.
Tags: media, france, paris, news, rallies, barack obama, freedom of speech, terrorism, francois hollande, facebook, jewish, racism, discrimination, food, censorship, chick-fil-a, fast food, restaurants, movies, sex, immigration
Norman Lear recalls making his TV special "I Love Liberty" with a surprising mix of people.
Tags: exclusives, extended interviews, interviews, norman lear, books, tv, freedom of speech, jane fonda, gerald ford, censorship, declaration of independence, constitution, government, media, accountability, controversies, tom brokaw, work/office, aging, world war ii, wars, history, america
The comedians create the next holiday blockbuster based on a series of emoji.
The Umbrella Revolution sweeps Hong Kong, and Kim Jong-un goes missing under dubious circumstances.
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Author Louisa Lim discusses the potential for a violent crackdown on the demonstrators in Hong Kong.
Foreign affairs journalist Ramita Navai discusses the complex layers of Tehran's society.
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Journalist Ramita Navai discusses the divide between public and private lives in Iran.
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Three reporters face seven years in prison following a sham trial under el-Sisi's regime in Egypt.
Gigi Ibrahim calls upon American citizens for solidarity in the Egyptian revolutionary struggle.
Egyptian activist Gigi Ibrahim discusses the struggle to build a democratic alternative to power.
Did Rihanna Instagram a picture of kittens, her celebrity "make-under" or Whoopi Goldberg?
John Oliver brags about the perks of working for HBO instead of basic cable.
Journalist Liz Wahl explains her decision to resign from the Kremlin-owned Russia Today network.
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