freedom of the press

Press Excluded from White House Briefing Have Been Harshest Critics on Trump’s Alleged Russia Ties

Biased press is free press

It's always been biased in some way, shape, or form.
Protesters Gather to Support the Press, From Fox News to The New York Times

Protesters Gather to Support the Press, From Fox News to The New York Times

Demonstrators in defense of a free press gathered outside the offices of The New York Times in Manhattan on Sunday.
Protesters Gather to Support the Press, From Fox News to The New York Times

Protesters Gather to Support the Press, From Fox News to The New York Times

Demonstrators in defense of a free press gathered outside the offices of The New York Times in Manhattan on Sunday.
Former President George W. Bush Levels Tacit Criticism at Trump

Former President George W. Bush Levels Tacit Criticism at Trump

Former President George W. Bush and his wife, Laura, at President Trump’s inauguration last month.
Cambodian Government Cites Trump in Threatening Foreign News Outlets

Cambodian Government Cites Trump in Threatening Foreign News Outlets

Prime Minister Hun Sen of Cambodia at the National Assembly in January. His government has long fought critical news coverage.

China’s Response to Reports of Torture: ‘Fake News’

The government has long denounced articles by Western news organizations as biased and dishonest, but Beijing has now adopted a very Western term to describe them.

China’s Response to Reports of Torture: ‘Fake News’

The government has long denounced articles by Western news organizations as biased and dishonest, but Beijing has now adopted a very Western term to describe them.

China’s Response to Reports of Torture: ‘Fake News’

The government has long denounced articles by Western news organizations as biased and dishonest, but Beijing has now adopted a very Western term to describe them.

China’s Response to Reports of Torture: ‘Fake News’

The government has long denounced articles by Western news organizations as biased and dishonest, but Beijing has now adopted a very Western term to describe them.

Lies, Leaks and Consequences

Taking a page from Nixon, President Trump is waging his own battle against leaks, which threatens to damage Americans’ right to know.

Retro Report: Amid Leaks, Recalling an Epic Battle Over Press Freedom in Nixon Era

President Trump’s fury over leaked government secrets evokes the Nixon administration’s frantic efforts to block publication of the Pentagon Papers.
Can Trump Change Libel Laws?

Can Trump Change Libel Laws?

President Trump at the White House last week. Unhappy with The New York Times, he posted on Twitter on Thursday: “Change libel laws?”
Can Trump Change Libel Laws?

Can Trump Change Libel Laws?

President Trump at the White House last week. Unhappy with The New York Times, he posted on Twitter on Thursday: “Change libel laws?”
The Interpreter: How Does Populism Turn Authoritarian? Venezuela Is a Case in Point

The Interpreter: How Does Populism Turn Authoritarian? Venezuela Is a Case in Point

Hundreds of thousands of Venezuelans took to the streets of Caracas in October to demand a referendum to oust President Nicolás Maduro.

Reporters Without Borders Picks Taiwan for Asian Bureau

The group had wanted to open an office in Hong Kong, a semiautonomous Chinese city where journalists say press freedom is deteriorating.

Reporters Without Borders Picks Taiwan for Asian Bureau

The group had wanted to open an office in Hong Kong, a semiautonomous Chinese city where journalists say press freedom is deteriorating.
Mediator: Floyd Abrams Sees Trump’s Anti-Media Tweets as Double-Edged Swords

Mediator: Floyd Abrams Sees Trump’s Anti-Media Tweets as Double-Edged Swords

Floyd Abrams at his Manhattan office. In his new book, “The Soul of the First Amendment,” he argues that the United States’ protections for free speech are the best in the world, at least for now.
In Mexico, ‘It’s Easy to Kill a Journalist’

In Mexico, ‘It’s Easy to Kill a Journalist’

Relatives at the coffin of Pedro Tamayo Rosas, a crime reporter in Tierra Blanca, Mexico, who was gunned down on his front stoop last summer.
For Journalists, Annual Dinner Serves Up Catharsis and Resolve

For Journalists, Annual Dinner Serves Up Catharsis and Resolve

Journalists standing at the presentation of the colors during the White House Correspondents’ dinner on Saturday at the Washington Hilton.