The EPA illegally destroyed records, deceived the NARA about that destruction, and falsely blamed the coronavirus pandemic to escape accountability.
Starting in 2010, the White House required some agencies to create biannual open government plans. We're tracking compliance.
D.C. attorney David Zvenyach just made it much harder for the U.S. Supreme Court to secretly revise its opinions.
New website increases transparency and saves time for both citizens and government agencies. Why can't everything be this easy?
In the battle over ways to improve access under the FOIA, the public is likely to emerge as the ultimate loser.
Why is the Department of Justice attempting to muscle in on effective open government resources that already exist?