The Supreme Court has made two rulings today, in what is to become a couple of weeks of huge decisions. The first one involves a Muslim girl that Abercrombie and Fitch refused to hire because she was wearing a black hijab. The court called the act "discrimination".
In the second case, which involves making threats online, the high court ruled that those are protected speech, unless they are "malevolent or reckless". This kind of leaves it open as lower courts will have to define what exactly is reckless or malevolent, and it's also a blow to some victims of domestic abuse. On the other hand, we are seeing more and more police going after people for posting things like "fuck the police" on their social media accounts, and this will definitely cause trouble for overzealous police and prosecutors.