EXCLUSIVE: Inside election officials’ frantic scramble to fix the Fat Bear Week voter fraud scandal
The staff handled it remarkably well.
On Nov 8, 2022 by David Covucci
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 Nov 12, 2021 by Mikael Thalen
Dildo drone attack against sheriff deemed ‘planned act of violence’ after ‘dongcopter’ message found on suspect’s phone
Lock your phone.
On Jun 17, 2021 by Mikael Thalen
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 Mar 29, 2021 by Mikael Thalen
Florida wants to prevent reporters from accessing records of mass shootings
Bill would greatly restrict access to records of mass shootings
On Mar 13, 2019 by Claire Goforth
Report: Documents reveal FBI launched new unit to investigate media leaks
The unit was reportedly set up in May 2018.
On Jan 2, 2019 by David Gilmour
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 Dec 18, 2018 by David Gilmour
‘We’re All Gonna Die,’ Ep. 54: FOIA Fest with Adam Marshall
What is the Freedom of Information Act?
On Jul 1, 2018 by Ellen Ioanes
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.
On Jun 22, 2018
Report: EPA administrator was directly involved in climate data purge
More than 1,900 web pages were either removed or modified.
On Jan 29, 2018 by David Gilmour
Fight for Mar-a-Lago visitor logs ramps up after Secret Service releases just 22 names
'We'll be fighting this in court.'
On Sep 15, 2017 by Andrew Wyrich
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 May 15, 2017 by Andrew Wyrich
First deported DREAMer sues U.S. government for FOIA records
Juan Montes is the first immigrant protected under DACA to be deported from the U.S.
On Apr 19, 2017 by Andrew Couts
NASA blocks FOIA request for potential White House ‘media blackout’ orders
NASA appears to have invented a new rule that seemingly affects only users of a popular online FOIA service.
On Mar 21, 2017 by Dell Cameron