12/21/2018
So far this year, 11 journalists have been arrested, 42 were attacked, 21 were subpoenaed and 5 have been killed — in the U.S. Our report earlier this year on the state of press freedom in the U.S. showed that journalists continue to face...
12/20/2018
The Food Improvement Act of 2018, or farm bill, that Congress passed with strong bipartisan support and that the president is expected to sign today reaffirms that the public should see how much money retailers earn from participating in the...
11/28/2018
Attorneys for the Reporters Committee for Freedom of the Press were prepared to defend journalist Jamie Kalven’s newsgathering rights twice this week. First, Kalven was subpoenaed to testify about his sources in a case where three Chicago...
11/19/2018
The Inter-American Press Association announced that the Reporters Committee for Freedom of the Press will receive the 2019 Chapultepec Grand Prize for its work to promote and defend the news media's right to exercise press freedom without...
11/16/2018
In response to a federal judge's Nov. 16 ruling ordering the White House to reinstate CNN reporter Jim Acosta's credentials, Reporters Committee Legal Director Katie Townsend made the following statement:   "The court's...