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By Tom Hays, Larry Neumeister, Associated Press
A judge said Monday he’ll dismiss a libel lawsuit that former Alaska Gov. Sarah Palin filed against The New York Times, claiming the newspaper damaged her reputation with an editorial falsely linking her campaign rhetoric to a mass shooting.
By Tom Hays, Associated Press
The boundaries of the U.S. Constitution and freedom of the press are being deliberated in Manhattan, as a jury considers Sarah Palin's libel case against The New York Times. It centers on a 2017 Times' editorial about dangerous rhetoric and…
By William Brangham, Tess Conciatori
A widely circulated New York Times editorial falsely linking former Alaska Gov. Sarah Palin to a mass shooting was a libelous display of arrogance and unchecked power, Palin’s lawyer said in closing arguments Friday at a defamation trial. A Times…
The comparison came Thursday during Palin's testimony at a civil trial where she's accused the newspaper of damaging her reputation with an editorial linking her campaign rhetoric to a mass shooting.
Former Alaska Gov. Sarah Palin has taken the witness stand in her defamation lawsuit against The New York Times. She testified for only about 20 minutes at the end of the day Wednesday at a civil trial in federal court…
By Geoff Bennett, Matt Loffman
A court case in New York began Thursday that will pit a Republican political star against a media giant and could put the First Amendment on trial. Sarah Palin versus The New York Times is a case more than four…
Former Alaska Gov. Sarah Palin is back in a New York City courtroom more than a week after her libel trial against The New York Times was postponed because she tested positive for COVID-19.
A judge has delayed trial for former Alaska Gov. Sarah Palin's defamation claims against The New York Time after she tested positive for the coronavirus three times.
By Eric Tucker, Associated Press
The Justice Department said Saturday that it no longer will secretly obtain reporters’ records during leak investigations, a policy shift that abandons a practice decried by news organizations and press freedom groups.
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