Sen. Dick Durbin has an opportunity to advance landmark protections for journalists.
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.
Congress has a historic chance to protect journalists and whistleblowers in this year’s defense authorization bill
For years, DOJ has abused the Espionage Act against whistleblowers and journalists. A new bill could potentially change that.
Regardless of your feelings on Assange, the U.S. indictment against him will criminalize common newsgathering practices used by countless journalists.
In its quest to censor war reporting, the Russian government has dismantled all semblance of press freedom
Journalists at independent news outlets in Russia have been arrested, raided, censored, and forced to flee in the past week.
Appeals court says that Nixon’s attempt to prosecute Pentagon Papers reporter must stay secret — 50 years later
The Nixon admin tried to prosecute the New York Times under the same statute the Justice Department is going after Julian Assange today.
One journalist has reportedly already been killed in Ukraine. Others have been shot. And Russia is already cracking down on reporters at home.
The CIA is operating a mass surveillance program affecting Americans entirely in secret.
Court ordered settlement requires Minnesota State Patrol to stop arresting and assaulting journalists.