Journalists must be allowed to cover protests and their aftermath

From Cop City to the National Gallery of Art, officers continue to ignore the First Amendment and harass journalists covering civil unrest

Press battles camera bans in Trump trials

Despite ongoing efforts by the news media, most of Trump’s trials probably won’t be televised. That’s a shame

Secret spying program underscores need for surveillance reform

It’s time for Congress to put an end to warrantless surveillance of communications by journalists and other Americans

FPF's Year of Impact: Unmissable Moments of 2023

Catch these 5 impact stories from 2023

Ducking transparency: Open record reforms will undermine reporting

New Jersey lawmakers shouldn’t use a lame-duck session to gut the state’s public records law

Ten questions to ask US officials about attacks on journalists in Gaza

The Biden administration has yet to meaningfully comment, let alone act, on the unprecedented journalist casualties in Gaza. That needs to change.

Journalists must speak up when press freedom is at stake

The press fails its readers if it doesn’t fight back with newsprint

U.S. must designate Alsu Kurmasheva as wrongfully detained in Russia

The journalist is the second American reporter held in Russia this year on bogus charges. The U.S. must vigorously push for her release

Are journalists raided because they're doing their jobs too well?

FPF’s Caitlin Vogus talks about the Tim Burke newsroom raid on the National Press Club’s podcast

Disinformation campaign puts journalists’ lives at risk in Gaza

U.S. senator calls to investigate journalists for aiding terrorism based on spurious report