Federal judge reinstates CNN reporter’s press pass after Trump revoked it for critical coverage
After the White House unilaterally revoked CNN White House correspondent Jim Acosta's press pass last week, a federal judge has temporarily ordered the White House to reinstate it immediately.
Did ICE detain this Mexican journalist for criticizing U.S. immigration policy?
Newly revealed ICE emails suggest that journalist Emilio Gutiérrez-Soto was targeted for deportation after criticizing U.S. immigration authorities
Reality and the Espionage Act
The first whistleblower prosecuted by the Trump administration, Reality Winner pled guilty to one count of violating the Espionage Act. Her case is the latest in a long history of targeting sources and whistleblowers under the draconian law.
The CLOUD Act: a danger to journalists worldwide
Appalling legislation threatens to undermine privacy and press freedom across borders.
34 arrests, 44 physical attacks, and more chilling numbers from the U.S. Press Freedom Tracker's first year
Counting 2017 press freedom violations in the United States.
Statement on Jeff Sessions' disturbing press conference announcing a crackdown on leaks and journalism
An attack on leakers and whistleblowers is an attack on journalism itself.
Obama used the Espionage Act to put a record number of reporters' sources in jail, and Trump could be even worse
Will the Trump administration use the Espionage Act to prosecute reporters?
How the Espionage Act morphed into a dangerous tool used to prosecute sources and threaten journalists
The Espionage Act is a draconian statute used to stifle press freedom for decades.
America's 'Official Secrets Act' — the long, sad history of the 100 year-old Espionage Act
The Espionage Act is used to prosecute whistleblowers and threaten journalists. This is its history.