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By Kira Kay, Jason Maloney
Attorney General Merrick Garland formally prohibited federal prosecutors from seizing the records of journalists in leak investigations, with limited exceptions, reversing years of department policy.
By Eric Tucker, Michael Balsamo, Associated Press
The Proekt online outlet has published investigative reports exposing alleged corruption and abuses by top officials and tycoons close to Russian President Vladimir Putin.
By Vladimir Isachenkov, Associated Press
Michael Pack, CEO of the U.S. Agency for Global Media, ignored a congressional subpoena over concerns he has politicized and mismanaged media outlets that helped the U.S. win the Cold War. One of those outlets is Voice of America. Nick…
After nearly 18 months, two Reuters journalists have left prison in Myanmar. The crime that put them there: Revealing information the country’s government wanted to suppress, about its persecution campaign against Myanmar's Rohingya Muslim minority. John Yang talks to Priscilla…
Jamal Khashoggi, a singular voice willing to criticize Saudi leaders, has disappeared in Istanbul at the Saudi consulate. The Washington Post columnist and prominent former editor has previously spoken out about some of crown prince Mohammed bin Salman's actions, including…
A free press is central to our democracy and journalists are not the enemy of the state. That was the message shared by more than 300 newspaper editorial boards in an extraordinary step Thursday, sparked by a call-out from the…
By David Bauder, Associated Press
Newspapers from Maine to Hawaii pushed back against President Donald Trump's attacks on "fake news" Thursday with a coordinated series of editorials speaking up for a free and vigorous press.
By Extra DA
After 23 years of restrictions under President Zine al-Abidine Ben Ali, 10 Tunisian youth share their thoughts with student reporter and photographer Ahmed Medien of Speak Out Tunisia, a citizen journalism training project.
By PBS NewsHour
A divided Federal Communications Commission ruled Friday that Comcast Corp. violated federal policy when it blocked Internet traffic for some subscribers. The cable giant has been ordered to change the way it manages its network.
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