Ruling Supports Right to Record Law Enforcement in Texas, Louisiana and Mississippi

Mannie Garcia Wins Settlement in Police Lawsuit

NPPA Submits Comments on Copyright Office Reform

The National Press Photographers Association Announces Groundbreaking Training Initiative on Drone Journalism

NPPA Joins Journalists, Lawyers and NGOs Mobilizing to Protect Freedom of the Press

NPPA, Cato Institute File SCOTUS Brief on Rights to Record Police Activity

Court Dismisses Photographers' Breach of Contract Claims Against NFL and AP

Bill Introduced to Establish a Small Claims System within the Copyright Office

NPPA Commends Proposal for Reform of the U.S. Copyright Office

Ranking member of the House Judiciary Committee, John Conyers, Jr. happily shows off the press release of their announced proposals to reform the U.S. Copyright Office in his office as he is photographed by members of the visual arts group. Photo by Mickey Osterreicher

Letter Seeking Development of Encrypted Camera