Michael Rubin: Western Journos Afraid to Report Turkey
Erdoğan controls the press, targets opponents and falsely smears them.
Iran Prisoners: U.S. Used $400 Million as Leverage
"The payment of the $400 million was not done until after the prisoners were released," State Department spokesman John Kirby told reporters.
American Judge Challenges Iran Prisoner Deal
In January, the U.S. dropped charges against Alireza Moazami Goudarzi as part of a prisoner swap.
Freed Washington Post Journalist Rezaian Headed to U.S.
Rezaian said he was grateful for his new-found freedom but was not yet ready to talk about his imprisonment.
Obama Does an Arms for Hostages Deal—Just Like Reagan
Make no mistake: We negotiated with terrorists, and the terrorists won.
Jason Rezaian 'Feeling Good' After Release From Iran
The Washington Post reporter was one of five Americans freed in a prisoner exchange.
Obama Hails Diplomacy as Ex-Prisoners Leave Iran
Iranian President Hassan Rouhani hails a "golden page" in Iran's history.
Iran, U.S. in Prisoner Swap; Sanctions to Be Lifted
Jason Rezaian of "The Washington Post" was said to be among those freed.
China Holds a Quarter of World's Jailed Journalists
The number of jailed journalists in Turkey has doubled in a year.
Jason Rezaian's 500 Days in Jail Marked With Readathon
The Washington Post journalist is being held in Tehran's Evin Prison.
U.N. Investigators Urge Iran to Free Journalists
U.N. human rights investigators called on Iran to stop arresting, harassing and prosecuting journalists and other activists ahead of parliamentary elections in February.
Washington Post Reporter Convicted in Espionage Trial, Iranian TV Says
The Post reacted strongly to the conviction Sunday night.
U.S. Slams Iran's Human Right Record as Deadline Looms
The State Department accused Tehran of kidnapping and amputations on Thursday.
On Trial in Tehran: Iran's Commitment to Basic Human Rights
The prosecution of a Washington Post journalist shows the ruling mullahs' contempt for Western values.
Washington Post Reporter Goes on Closed-Door Trial in Tehran on Espionage Charges
Jason Rezaian has been charged with espionage for collecting confidential information.
U.S. Denies There's an Iranian Prison Swap Deal for Amir Hekmati
It was reported the U.S. sought the former U.S. Marine's release through a prisoner swap.
China is World's Worst Jailer of Journalists: Report
In 2014, 220 journalists were imprisoned worldwide, the second worst year on record, the Committee for the Protection of Journalists reports.