07/24/2017
Six months after the Presidential Inauguration, one reporter still faces charges springing from the mass arrests of protesters in downtown Washington, D.C., that day.   Aaron Cantu, a freelance writer and now a staff reporter with the...
07/21/2017
Three significant court victories this month helped advance the cause of access to public records and increased transparency. The Reporters Committee for Freedom of the Press filed amicus briefs in all three cases, which involved the right to...
07/20/2017
On Wednesday, a court in France referred a case over the “right to be forgotten” to the top court in the European Union. The case is centered on a question of whether citizens of one country, in this case France, can demand that search...
07/02/2017
On Sunday, President Donald Trump made a public statement on Twitter that glorified physical violence against members of the press. Bruce Brown, executive director of the Reporters Committee for Freedom of the Press, made the following statement:...
06/12/2017
Reporters Committee for Freedom of the Press and Reporters Without Borders are hosting a special advance screening of "City of Ghosts" on Monday, June 19 at 6:00 p.m. at Landmark Atlantic Plumbing Cinema (807 V St NW) in Washington...