The National Press Club is looking for the best critical coverage of the news business, which is increasingly important to the health of the industry.
When Washington Post journalist Jason Rezaian was released from Iran after 544 days imprisoned there, U.S. Diplomat Brett McGurk was in Geneva to meet his plane.
When I became president of the National Press Club in January, I said I wanted our club members to become vocal advocates for open access to government information. Ensuring that our government continues to operate in the open, and allows reporters and the public access to government information is essential, both to our work as journalist and to our democracy.