Attorney General Eric Holder’s retirement was formally announced on September 25, to the delight of his critics and without much opposition from President Obama.
The Washington Post has taken an in-depth look at the complete lack of transparency characterizing the Obama administration and its clear abhorrence of the media, ultimately concluding that this administration is at least one of the most dangerous to the media in history.
Following a firestorm of backlash from across the political and cultural spectrum, Houston Mayor Annise Parker has dropped her legal efforts to force a group of area pastors to hand over their sermons and other private communications.
Former CBS-TV anchor Sharyl Attkisson has revealed in a YouTube video and leak to the New York Post more details of how government agents under the Obama administration have wiretapped journalists.
It has been a year and a half since the Snowden leaks revealed what many long suspected: We are being spied on by our government.
PEN America is using the alleged use of excessive force by the police in restraining crowds and journalists trying to cover the Michael Brown shooting in Ferguson, Missouri, last August to call for federal guidelines to be applied to every local police force in the country.
A federal judge appointed by President Jimmy Carter has ruled against a lawsuit filed by a group of homosexuals trying to overturn laws in Puerto Rico that ban same-sex marriage.
A longtime North Carolina judge has resigned his position rather than be forced to perform same-sex marriages against his Christian convictions.
State representative candidate Jim Moynihan got a big surprise when he voted at the Schaumburg Public Library in Schaumburg, Illinois, Monday morning.