Free Press

A.G. Sulzberger said the Trump administration has been complicit in a global effort to delegitimize the media, threatening reporters both at home and abroad.
The Fox News host put Trump on notice: "We don’t work for you. I don’t work for you."
"We need to rebuild and protect a diverse and truly independent press," the senator from Vermont and 2020 Democratic presidential candidate wrote.
"The president is destroying the presidency," one critic snapped back.
"45 is finishing off another week attacking Black women journalists," wrote New York Congresswoman Yvette D. Clarke. "When will it end?"
After posting bail, Robert Chain walked out of the courtroom saying Trump “saved” America.
The grim milestone comes amid escalating hostility toward the press.
Sen. Jeff Flake (R-AZ) uses President Donald Trump’s “fake news” rhetoric against him in a passionate defense of a free press.
The Secret Service reportedly denies the vehicle's placement was intentional.
Alexei Wood's trial is connected to January's inauguration protests and has raised questions about freedom of the press.
It's part of administration's pattern of "press hostility," the Democratic senators say.
The President of the White House Correspondents’ Association stands up for freedom of the press at the WHCA Dinner.
We cannot let the revival of a Nazi-era smear of a "lying press" threaten our liberal democracy.
The world watches warily as a nation of immigrants admired for living together in liberty under the rule of law changes course.