The public deserves to know how the State Department and DHS were involved in the decision to host the G-7 summit at Trump's Doral resort.
The public deserves to know if Barr initiated the Russia investigation in order to appease the President and if Durham was corresponding with Barr.
Greitens resigned shortly before CREW’s 2018 complaint was filed, facing the possibility of two unrelated criminal charges.
Commerce failed to release records related to Tom Barrack’s influence over the department and its participation in a plan to sell nuclear technology to Saudi Arabia.
The requested records are crucial to public understanding of how many others close to Trump were or may have been involved in Cohen’s crimes.
The public has a right to know whether Kelly used his position in government to advocate for his financial interests tied to the zero tolerance policy.
EPA’s hastily-adopted rule serves as further proof of the agency’s increased politicization by the Trump Administration.
The FEC has thus far failed to make Freedom Vote register as a political committee and report donors, setting a dangerous precedent for other dark money groups.
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.