Months out from the election, the public needs to know whether agencies are limiting transparency around Trump’s presidential transition process.
Taxpayers should know if their dollars went to funding the Madison Dinners, a series of lavish events hosted by Secretary of State Mike Pompeo.
The public should know if Secretary Pompeo has politicized State's response to congressional document requests to benefit Trump's personal interests.
Taxpayer deserves to know how much money is going to Trump and his son's Secret Service expenses incurred on foreign trips.
The Urban Revitalization Coalition—whose cash giveaway events for black voters could violate the law—has a noticeable presence in Trump's COVID-19 response.
Immigration Customs Enforcement should not be permitted to destroy crucial records documenting abuse and mistreatment of detainees.
CREW is suing the DOJ because the public deserves to know how much taxpayer money is going to Barr and Durham’s biased, duplicative, and secretive inquiry.
Why did the DOJ revise Whitaker's Public Financial Disclosure reports at least five times before release? We're suing for the original report.
Since Trump will not enforce the Hatch Act against senior administration officials, a judge should order OSC to file a MSPB complaint against Conway.
CREW’s lawsuit is crucial for establishing whether DOJ considered legal risks and procurement process associated with a death penalty drug.
In the wake of Charlottesville, the public deserves to know why the DHS stopped funding efforts to combat white supremacy and white nationalists.
It is of utmost important that Mnuchin and the IRS's rationale behind keeping Trump’s tax returns secret are exposed to the public.