The campaign to gag the WikiLeaks' founder is a bipartisan and bilateral attack on free speech that could lead to a wider assault on all of our freedoms.
Free press advocates say rule changes are a "massive handout" to the right-wing Sinclair Broadcast Group that would have far-reaching, negative impacts nationwide.
Just months ago, the possible merger between Sinclair Broadcasting and Tribune Media wouldn't have been legal.
He said the Justice Department will seek to punish leakers and also news organizations that publish their information.
Glenn Greenwald (pictured) and Jeremy Scahill, co-founders of The Intercept, join Democracy Now! to discuss imbalanced coverage of terrorism victims and war victims, and the importance of WikiLeaks.
Craig Aaron, president and CEO of the nonprofit organization Free Press, explains why the Sinclair Broadcast Group's expanding monopoly is a cause for concern.
President Trump’s playbook to curb free speech and silence dissenting voices goes far beyond his Twitter rants and attacks on the press. (Pictured, FCC Chairman Ajit Pai.)
Ajit Pai (at left in picture), the new chairman of the Federal Communications Commission, could pose a threat to unfettered access to an open internet.