Give journalists the floor

Mississippi shouldn’t copy other states by banning journalists from the Senate floor

Government gag rules muzzle journalists’ sources

Policies prohibiting government employees from speaking to the press violate the First Amendment

Transparency is vital when government investigates newsgathering

Answers needed on how investigators believe Project Veritas broke the law by obtaining stolen documents from sources

DOJ must explain newsroom raid, coalition tells federal court

Freedom of the Press Foundation (FPF) and six other organizations filed an amicus brief in support of journalist Tim Burke

Police secrets have no place in the Sunshine State

Officers who kill can’t keep their names hidden, the state's high court held, but law enforcement isn't done battling against accountability

Updated: 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

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

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

Courtroom door cracks open in Google antitrust trial

Thanks to pressure from the press, public access to the proceedings is finally improving

Secrecy undermines trust in Google antitrust trial

The press and public shouldn’t be shut out from the Google antitrust case