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.