02/23/2017
The Reporters Committee for Freedom of the Press filed an amicus brief opposing compelled testimony of John Sepulvado, a former reporter with Oregon Public Broadcasting (OPB), which was authorized by Attorney General Jeff Sessions in his first week...
02/22/2017
On Wednesday, in reviewing the first month of the new presidential administration, the Reporters Committee for Freedom of the Press made the following statements. Statement from David Boardman, chair of the steering committee of the Reporters...
02/17/2017
The Federal Bureau of Investigation no longer will allow individuals seeking public records under the Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) to file requests via email, according to several reports, and several other agencies are following suit. The FBI...
02/14/2017
A court decision that resulted in an 85-day jail stay for reporter Judith Miller will be re-enacted and re-examined this afternoon by a number of prominent attorneys and judges. The Historical Society of the District of Columbia Circuit will host...
02/14/2017
This week, Reporters Committee for Freedom of the Press welcomes Jenn Topper as communications director. In this post, Topper will oversee the development of communications and messaging strategies to advance the Reporters Committee’s mission...