The journalist Can Dundar wrote the book “We Are Arrested” while imprisoned in Turkey. Now, Britain’s Royal Shakespeare Company has turned it into a play.
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At a hearing Tuesday, the judge who presided over Bill Cosby’s criminal trial said he would rule soon on a media request to identify the panel.
Here is the meaning of brands.
Hillary Clinton once again compared President Trump to authoritarians, and glancingly referred to the newly declassified memos by James Comey, the former F.B.I. director.
Why do people love spy stories? Scott Shane, our national security reporter, talks tonight with Jennifer Lawrence, star of the new spy thriller “Red Sparrow.”
The Hollywood cool factor of the Obama years was all but gone, but people came out to celebrate the press and the weekend’s other hero, Samantha Bee.
The trial is the latest prominent legal battle highlighting the somewhat murky line between the right to privacy and the right to free speech.
The arrest of the cartoonist Islam Gawish escalated a crackdown by the government on even moderate forms of dissent.
The Committee to Protect Journalists report highlights the governmental and nongovernmental perils that cartoonists face.