As Trump Targets the Press, His White House Is Screening a Journalism Tribute

While President Trump ramps up his attacks on the news media, the White House is set to screen two movies. One is about journalism. The other is about P.T. Barnum.

Behind the Race to Publish the Top-Secret Pentagon Papers

The leak, which had major ramifications for the press and the presidency, is the subject of “The Post,” the forthcoming Steven Spielberg movie.

Anthony Scaramucci Quits Tufts Advisory Board After Tangling With Student Paper

Mr. Scaramucci said he was stepping down to spare Tufts, his alma mater, unnecessary scrutiny. But he stood by his threat of legal action against a student journalist.

Journalist Who Told Laquan McDonald’s Story Faces Fight Over Sources

Jamie Kalven exposed details of the Chicago police shooting of the teenager. Now lawyers are seeking his sources as the officer prepares to go on trial.

How a Crackdown on Leaks Threatens Confidential Sources

It seems all but certain that the Justice Department will try to chip away at the guidelines that limit when federal prosecutors can serve subpoenas on the news media.