New report, "U.S. Press Freedom in Crisis: Journalists Under Arrest in 2020," details how more than 117 journalists were arrested across the country in 2020.
Freedom of the Press Foundation's statement on the the rejection of the US's extradition request of WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange
Freedom of the Press Foundation (FPF) is proud to welcome award-winning journalist Wesley Lowery as the newest member of its board of directors.
Freedom of the Press Foundation releases its three-year Strategic Plan, outlining our mission, principles, and beliefs, as well as an overview of our priorities and objectives beginning in 2021.
An unprecedented assault on press freedom has been carried out by police since the George Floyd protests started in May.
Freedom of the Press Foundation believes Black lives matter, and we support the efforts of activists and protesters exercising their First Amendment rights to take a stand against police brutality.
Minnesota police shockingly arrest CNN reporter on live TV, hit other journalists with tear gas and rubber bullets
This morning, viewers watching CNN for coverage of the ongoing protests in Minneapolis instead witnessed an unbelievable curtailment of press freedom, as an entire film crew was arrested — on air — apparently without even being notified of the cause of their arrest.
Brazilian prosecutors appeal judge’s order, refuse to drop criminal charges against journalist Glenn Greenwald
Brazilian authorities have appealed a federal judge’s ruling that rejected criminal charges against Glenn Greenwald. The charges stem from an investigative series documenting corruption among top officials in Brazil.
In an outrageous attack on press freedom, Glenn Greenwald has been charged with crimes for doing his job as a journalist.