freedom of the press
At CPAC, Trump said that news outlets "shouldn't be allowed to use sources unless they use somebody's name." However, he allegedly used to speak to tabloids using a fake name to brag about himself.
NYPD detectives called a toddler found in a cooler in 1991 "Baby Hope." To convict her cousin for the murder, they want a 'New York Times' reporter to testify about their jailhouse interview.
Abd al-Qader founded a news outlet that reported fearlessly on IS. Now, the people who killed his brother and a colleague are after him—even in Turkish exile.
'Washington Post' joins several other media outlets banned by the GOP presidential frontrunner, including BuzzFeed, The Huffington Post, and Politico.
Hossam Bahgat, an investigative journalist and founder of the Egyptian Initiative for Personal Rights, was detained by military intelligence on Sunday and reportedly charged with "publishing false information."
The politician has been unabashedly pro-journalist in his statements, but will he make legal protections for reporters a priority?
When terror laws are used to seize journalistic material, it's time for reporters to up their security.
The prosecutor's office in the predominantly Kurdish city of Diyarbakir said that it would seek to put the boys behind bars for up to four and a half years on charges of "insulting the Turkish president."
In the first seven months of Erdogan's presidential term, authorities investigated 236 individuals for supposedly insulting the president — a campaign that seems calculated to stifle political dissent.
A day after the Taliban declared two TV stations legitimate "military targets," Afghan journalists said that they would withhold coverage of the insurgency if they are attacked.
Just hours after Ukraine's President Petro Poroshenko signed a decree banning 34 journalists from Ukraine, the president reverses himself in the face of international ridicule.
Three Al Jazeera English journalists were found guilty of "aiding a terrorist organization" and sentenced to three years in prison by an Egyptian court.