The Chinese government censors newspapers, television, social media and the internet to control their citizens. Here is a list of words you can't say.
The Chinese Communist Party continues its campaign of human rights abuse with the detention of journalists and civil rights advocates.
Ida B. Wells has been honored for her outstanding and courageous reporting on lynching in America. Read on to learn more about her work and legacy.
In China, Iran and Venezuela, journalists risk imprisonment for reporting on COVID-19 and other subjects their governments consider sensitive.
A strong democracy encourages a free press — one that keeps the public informed, enables a diversity of voices, and holds leaders accountable.
The State Department recently designated five Chinese state-run media organizations as foreign missions, recognizing that they are controlled by the CCP.
Maduro continues to suppress any sign of democracy, harming not only interim President Guaidó and his supporters but all of the Venezuelan people.
A report by Reporters Without Borders reveals four decades of the Iranian revolutionary regime's lies and its abuses of Iranian citizens.
Democracies don't discourage free expression of beliefs, they promote it. Freedom of speech has been woven into the fabric of the U.S. since its founding.