A group of Republicans in the Georgia state assembly unveiled a bill earlier this week that could open the door to imposing regulations on members of the free press that include fining reporters who refuse to turn over recordings to subjects of interviews.
The White House asserts that it can pick and choose which journalists are given a permanent pass to cover it, according to a court filing by the Justice Department on Wednesday.
"The dirty war on the free press must end."
Former White House communications director Anthony Scaramucci denounced President Donald Trump's inflammatory claim that the news media "purposely" cause "division" and "distrust."
The ultra-competitive White House press corps is displaying something rare and refreshing: Solidarity.
The new head of Time Warner, John Stankey, said Friday that he recognizes CNN has a "special social responsibility" to democracy, and he will lead the company accordingly.
Why did the US government secretly seize information from a reporter while investigating the longtime Senate staffer she had been dating?
The Environmental Protection Agency on Wednesday barred journalists for the second consecutive day from attending a national summit focused on water contaminants, telling reporters from CNN and other news organizations that they would not be permitted inside the venue.
The Environmental Protection Agency blocked reporters from several news outlets from a national summit on Tuesday where Scott Pruitt, the agency's chief, was speaking.
President Donald Trump criticized Democrats and the media and touted what he described as his accomplishments in office during a campaign-style rally in Michigan on Saturday.
The annual glitzy event where journalists covering the White House normally dine with the president, power brokers and celebrities will be held in Washington Saturday night, but without President Donald Trump.
Senator John McCain again called out President Trump for his anti-media rhetoric.
The Russian government is looking to pass a measure that would ban American journalists from accessing the lower chamber of its Parliament, the Duma.