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Tomi Lahren demands investigation into ‘leak’ of White House cocaine photos—which were made public by the Secret Service

‘It was a FOIA, not a leak.’

On by Mikael Thalen

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EXCLUSIVE: ‘Release our men’: Far-right used power grid threats to try and blackmail government into freeing neo-Nazi bank robbery suspects

The threat was picked up by the Department of Homeland Security.

On by Mikael Thalen

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EXCLUSIVE: Hacking tool Flipper Zero tracked by intelligence agencies, which fear white nationalists may deploy it against power grid

‘Racially and ethnically motivated violent extremists may seek to exploit the hacking capabilities of a new cyber penetration tester.’

On by Mikael Thalen

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EXCLUSIVE: Inside election officials’ frantic scramble to fix the Fat Bear Week voter fraud scandal

The staff handled it remarkably well.

On by David Covucci

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Ron Watkins sends followers on pointless FOIA goose chase after misinterpreting court ruling

The QAnon guru’s followers are convinced they can now request documents from all their enemies.

On by Mikael Thalen

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Dildo drone attack against sheriff deemed ‘planned act of violence’ after ‘dongcopter’ message found on suspect’s phone

Lock your phone.

On by Mikael Thalen

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The agency that controls U.S. nukes had its Twitter account accessed by a child

Twitter users jokingly feared that the agency responsible for the U.S. nuclear arsenal had been overtaken.

On by Mikael Thalen

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Florida wants to prevent reporters from accessing records of mass shootings

Bill would greatly restrict access to records of mass shootings

On by Claire Goforth

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Report: Documents reveal FBI launched new unit to investigate media leaks

The unit was reportedly set up in May 2018.

On by David Gilmour

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U.K. police will have to disclose documents about WikiLeaks journalists

Police didn’t confirm nor deny existence of the files after a FOIA request.

On by David Gilmour

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‘We’re All Gonna Die,’ Ep. 54: FOIA Fest with Adam Marshall

What is the Freedom of Information Act?

On by Ellen Ioanes

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Why we’re suing the NYPD for Donald Trump’s concealed carry application

The application could provide crucial insight into the president’s personal views on gun laws and gun safety.


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Report: EPA administrator was directly involved in climate data purge

More than 1,900 web pages were either removed or modified.

On by David Gilmour

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Fight for Mar-a-Lago visitor logs ramps up after Secret Service releases just 22 names

‘We’ll be fighting this in court.’

On by Andrew Wyrich

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ACLU files FOIA request for ‘all records’ about Trump firing Comey

The ACLU’s public records request follows contradictory statements from the White House and President Trump.

On by Andrew Wyrich

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