11/21/2014
(Editor's note: The Reporters Committee's hotline, 800-336-4243, will be available during any upcoming unrest for journalists who are interfered with while covering the news.) As St. Louis anxiously awaits a grand jury decision on whether to...
11/20/2014
The Reporters Committee for Freedom of the Press has appealed a denial by the Washington, D.C., police department for video footage from the first two days its officers began wearing “body cams” as part of a six-month pilot program,...
11/18/2014
The Reporters Committee for Freedom of the Press is taking a lead role in an effort to unseal grand jury transcripts from a 1942 Department of Justice effort to prosecute the Chicago Tribune for publishing classified government information, which is...
11/17/2014
The Reporters Committee for Freedom of the Press today filed a brief in an important case assessing the constitutionality of warrantless acquisition of historical cell phone location data.
11/10/2014
Update: The complete conference video is now online. “Edward Snowden is not a model for journalism,” James Risen said at a conference on digital security practices last Friday. “If it is, we’re going to have a lot of lawyers...