Prosecutors must drop charges against Oregon journalist

Authorities in Portland should know better than to prosecute reporters for covering protests and their aftermath

Israel’s seizure of AP equipment is censorship, plain and simple

Israel must immediately return gear, and the U.S. must condemn its escalating attacks on freedom of the press

Assange decision should be wake-up call for US

America was once recognized as a leader in press rights. Now other countries question its commitment to the First Amendment

Federal prosecutors claim news is criminal contraband

Unconstitutional prior restraints are already on the rise. Now prosecutors are exploring novel new theories to censor journalists

UK grants Assange extradition appeal — but US can end this case now

Freedom of the Press Foundation comments on the implications for press freedom of today’s Assange ruling

California police violate press freedom law ‘right and left’ during protests

UC Irvine law school professor explains how California law is supposed to protect journalists covering demonstrations

Bill could let Trump shut down news outlets

Lawmakers who say they’re concerned about authoritarianism need to stop handing future administrations a ‘dictator’s dream toolkit’

The intersections of press freedom and the environment

Journalists, experts speak about threats faced by environmental journalists in honor of World Press Freedom Day

Bipartisan anti-terrorism bill could silence nonprofit media

Alarming legislation would allow Congress to deem news outlets supporters of terrorism without due process

Press freedom under attack at campus protests

We’ve documented dozens of press freedom violations against journalists covering pro-Palestinian protests and counterprotests — and the number is growing