The Trump administration once celebrated WikiLeaks. Now it wants to prosecute Julian Assange simply for publishing things it doesn't like. That's a threat to all journalists.
Defenders of free expression and members of the media denounced the president's move as a "clear attack on the First Amendment."
Smearing one reporter as a "loser," the president said he might revoke the credentials of more journalists.
While the position that the United States and its allies take will be important, especially if they impose sanctions, the case is perhaps more interesting for what it says about the region’s growing rivalries.
“It wasn’t a protest,” he says. “It was just an attempt to do serious, aggressive journalism, which I think is what we need.”
Project South wants to tell stories of grassroots power in a way that avoids the stereotypes outsiders bring.
You can support Julian Assange by spreading the word in your communities about what is happening to him and why.
Philly cops get priority courtroom seats.
May 3 is World Press Freedom Day – jailed journalists around the globe should be free to do their work, outside the prison walls that confine them today.