Now’s the time: Tell Sen. Durbin to advance the PRESS Act, the historic press freedom legislation

Sen. Dick Durbin has an opportunity to advance landmark protections for journalists.

Welcoming Rainey Reitman as board president of Freedom of the Press Foundation

Rainey Reitman succeeds NSA whistleblower Edward Snowden as FPF's board president.

Journalism on trial in North Carolina next week

Latest prosecution for routine newsgathering follows a wave of unconstitutional charges against local journalists.

Judge orders disclosure of funders of lawsuit against CNN

Ruling follows disturbing trend of wealthy and connected financiers attacking the press by bankrolling litigation.

FPF welcomes new advocacy director

Freedom of the Press Foundation welcomes its new Director of Advocacy, Seth Stern. Seth will oversee and expand the nonprofit organization’s efforts to stand up for journalists and whistleblowers who …

Ohio authorities ignore Supreme Court to arrest journalist

Editor charged and equipment seized after publishing source’s recording of murder trial.

Prison time for reporting on leaks?

Don’t give presidents the tools to jail journalists.

Outrageous social media laws await Supreme Court

Key First Amendment protections face challenges from Texas and Florida.

Newsworthy leaks under attack in LA

Powerful groups aim to silence reporting on unauthorized audio despite its clear significance and immediate reverberations.

Don’t get lost in the Trump raid debates. The oft-abused Espionage Act is in dire need of reform

Misguided debates around the Espionage Act have led to a flood of misinformation about what the often-abused law actually does in practice. Left unchecked, it will have a lasting effect on important reform efforts.