German Comedian May Face Prison for Remarks on Turkish President’s Manhood

  EUROPE 00:15 08.04.2016(updated 00:22 08.04.2016) German law prohibits intentionally slandering a foreign head of state, applying a five year prison sentence if the insulted person sues. Comedian Jan Böhmermann faces up to five years imprisonment under German defamation laws… Read More ›

Obama boycott: Major US news outlets refuse to use White House photos

 Published time: November 27, 2013 21:03                                                                             US President Barack Obama is surrounded by photographers while he eats breakfast. (AFP Photo / Scott Olson) The coalition of major news outlets protesting the White House’s photo policy continues to grow, with… Read More ›

Book by whistleblower at center of ‘Fast and Furious’ blocked by the ATF

 Published time: October 08, 2013 00:20 Edited time: October 09, 2013 09:47                                                                             AFP Photo / Pedro Pardo A book authored by an agent at the center of the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives’ “Fast and Furious” gun running… Read More ›

FOIA Dismissed

     WASHINGTON – The National Archives and Records Administration should not face a lawsuit over its refusal to give the group Cause of Action records from the Financial Crisis Inquiry Commission, a federal judge ruled. – See more at: Courthouse News