The Department of Justice (DoJ) acknowledged Friday that it obtained two months of the Associated Press’ phone records, from 20 separate phone lines, last year.
by Justin Acuff •
The United States marks Julian Assange and WikiLeaks as ‘enemies of the state,’ a rather serious allegation indeed.
Journalists are only a threat to the GOP because they ask them hard questions and fact check their ridiculous claims. Maybe that’s why the Romney campaign didn’t lift a finger to accommodate them.
by Colby Hess •
As Jefferson once said, ‘Were it left to me to decide whether we should have a government without newspapers, or newspapers without a government, I should not hesitate a moment to prefer the latter.’
New York City Mayor And The NYPD ‘Occupy’ The Freedom Of The Press—A Journey From JFK To Zuccotti Park (VIDEOS)
by Debi Johnson-Champ •
Journalists and others lit up Twitter with claims of media blackouts and physical aggression by the NYPD as the police continued to empty Zuccotti Park of all protestors and media, alike.