The requested records would shed light on the legality of the Attorney General’s conclusions about obstruction of justice.
The State Department failed to turn over records about a call with Secretary of State Mike Pompeo that reportedly only allowed “faith-based media.” CREW sued.
CREW sues for documents on Jared Kushner's supposed “Middle East Marshall Plan” that could uncover conflicts of interest jeopardizing national security.
CREW sued the the Office of Legal Counsel over failure to release documents concerning the legal authority of the president to invoke emergency powers.
CREW requested communications between Wilbur Ross aide Eric Branstad and former Trump deputy campaign manager Rick Gates under the FOIA.
Given Giuliani’s role as counsel for the President, how he got such sensitive information prior to the election is of heightened public interest.
HUD appears to have a pattern of denying fee waivers to public interest groups, offering no clear rationale and in a flagrant violation of the the FOIA.
The Zero Tolerance Policy of immigration enforcement has shown DHS records management to be severely deficient.
CREW is suing for Pruitt’s full personal financial disclosure report, including the inventory of gifts incorporated by reference in his disclosure report.
Confusion about the plan, and significant cost differences raise serious questions about the real motivation for cancellation of the FBI move.
The FEC’s failure to act has allowed American Jobs for Security to continue to keep confidential information that, under the FECA, it was required to disclose.
CREW is suing the DOJ to assess the credibility of allegations of political motivation in the firing of former FBI director Andrew McCabe.