A Washington Post journalist detained in Iran for months has been indicted and will stand trial, Iran’s state news agency reported Wednesday, without elaborating on what charges he faced.
Three Americans, including a reporter for The Washington Post, appear to have been detained in Iran.
U.S. intelligence officials and experts say if the National Security Agency did eavesdrop on phone conversations between a New Zealand journalist and his Afghan sources, it was likely part of standard military intelligence monitoring of enemy communications.
A journalist who disclosed details of a secret CIA operation cannot shield his source when he testifies at the trial of a former federal agent charged with leaking classified information, a divided U.S. appeals court ruled Friday.
Communist Party newspaper Granma published a lengthy interview with a U.S. diplomat Monday, making for highly unusual reading in a country where the official media routinely depict Washington envoys as hostile agents in cahoots with enemies of the Cuban government.
The Society of Professional Jounralists released a study whose findings show reporters feeling impediments in coverage of federal government, due to censorship by public affairs officers.