Press Freedom Index

The 2019 World Press Freedom Index downgraded the U.S. three spots to 48 out of 180 countries in terms of a free press.
The annual World Press Freedom Index warns the president's “violent anti-press rhetoric” is having dangerous effects, in the U.S. and abroad.
At least 53 journalists have been deliberately killed in 2016 for doing their jobs.
Scandinavian countries like Finland, Norway and Denmark ranked highest in press freedom, while Turkmenistan, North Korea
RWB also criticized the United Kingdom for what it said were its "disgraceful" threats against the Guardian newspaper, and
While Mr. Putin may rightly bask in the light of his many accomplishments in foreign policy, and having presided over the energy boom that thrived during much of his first term in office, he is now faced with some serious issues that cast a pall over Sochi.
Some examples of the change wrought by the Arab Spring could be found in Tunisia, which the compilers moved up 30 places