“We are all just wishing that Jamal could be here to see how big of a story this is and how he has put a spotlight on the need for freedom of expression in the Arab world."…
By Gabriela Martinez
In the film "The Post," editor Ben Bradlee and publisher Katharine Graham must obtain the Pentagon Papers and then decide whether to defy a court order by publishing the classified history of the Vietnam War. A story about a consequential…
By Jeffrey Brown
A senior air force officer would have faced up to seven years in prison and a requirement to register if a sex offender if the U.S. military had not let him avoid criminal charges for sexual abuse by making him…
By PBS NewsHour
The Washington Post reported Tuesday the application to a special court to monitor Carter Page was part of the investigation into potential links between the Republican's presidential campaign and Russia. The newspaper cited unnamed law enforcement and other U.S. officials.
By Associated Press
Washington Post reporter Jason Rezaian was released from an Iranian prison after more than 500 days of detention, as part of an exchange between the two countries. Martin Baron, executive editor of The Washington Post, joins Judy Woodruff to discuss…
The Washington Post published Tuesday the first video of Tehran bureau chief Jason Rezaian after his release from Iranian custody. The video, filmed at the Landstuhl Regional Medical Center in Landstuhl, Germany, shows Rezaian laughing with his wife Yeganeh Salehi.
Twenty-five news editors from some of the most influential media organizations in the U.S. are calling on Secretary of State John Kerry to work toward the release of imprisoned Washington Post journalist Jason Rezaian.
By Associated Press
TULSA, Okla. -- Republican presidential hopeful Ted Cruz says a Washington Post cartoon depicting his 5- and 7-year-old daughters as monkeys is inappropriate and that children of candidates should be off-limits in campaigns.
By Margaret Sessa-Hawkins
On July 22, 2014, Rezaian was arrested in Tehran and accused of spying, which the Washington Post maintains is groundless.
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