Earlier this week Reporters Without Borders released its 2018 World Press Freedom Index, an annual review of 180 countries and their relationship with the media. Sweden and Norway again rank as the freest media environments in the world, while the Netherlands replaced Finland in third place. Turkmenistan, Eritrea and North Korea are this year’s worst offenders — just as they were last year. The U.S. has fallen from 43rd to 45th due in no small part to President Trump and his routine attacks on the press. — Joe
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