Agencies have abandoned the FOIA’s guiding principle of transparency and made compliance with the law their lowest priority.
The DOJ confirmed the existence of a memo laying out its rationale for not bringing charges against Trump, but it refuses to make its reasoning public.
NARA bears the responsibility of preserving our national history, so their alteration of photos was deeply concerning.
New evidence offers raises further questions about DOJ’s termination decision and suggests a far more nuanced situation than DOJ has previously claimed.
The Secret Service relies in part on Mar-a-Lago security staff to screen visitors to the country club that the President both owns and uses to conduct business.
CREW has found new ways to use recordkeeping laws aggressively and shine a light on behavior that the administration would prefer to remain obscured.
The president confiscating a translator's notes ensured that current officials, future historians, and the public will never lay eyes on what he discussed with Putin.
A recent decision in CREW's suit against EPA confirms the need to create and keep records -- a win for accountability that should affect reforms far beyond EPA.
The Freedom of Information Act exists precisely for moments like these, when our democracy is threatened from within and without.
In the mid-2000s, a scandal swept Washington centered around the lobbyist Jack Abramoff and Tom Delay.
By taking aim at the federal rank and file, Trump is turning a blind eye to those who truly threaten the public’s interest above their own: his cabinet heads