Why Does an FDA Page About Abortion Pills Cite Murders and Overdoses as 'Associated With' the Drugs?
There's no evidence that medication abortion caused these deaths.
The Trump Administration Is Hiding How It Decides Asylum Cases, Advocates Say
U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services says everything is available online. How did such a major misunderstanding happen?
Talking Barr's Redactions of the Mueller Report With the 'Yoda of Official Secrecy'
The attorney general will add four categories of redactions to the special counsel's report on Trump campaign collusion with Russia. Can each be challenged?
Jay Inslee's Track Record on Climate Change and Other Key Issues
The Washington State governor joined the crowded field of Democratic presidential candidates on Friday.
Trump's Commission on Election Integrity Is Suing Itself
Maine Secretary of State Matthew Dunlap has filed a suit claiming that Trump's Advisory Commission on Election Integrity is violating federal transparency laws.
WikiLeaks Has Not Ushered in New Era of Transparency
Legal scholar Alasdair Roberts argues that any changes in government transparency wrought by the hordes of data revealed by WikiLeaks is more evolutionary than revolutionary.
Tax Receipt Would Show How Your Tax Dollars Are Spent
If Americans saw exactly how their specific tax dollars were being allocated, would it change the substance or tenor of discussions on, say, the debt ceiling?
U.S. Government Begins Human Rights Website | Miller-McCune
The United States is putting its take on human rights, say, in Ivory Coast or on internet freedom, onto a new State Department human rights website, although it’s leaving criticism of itself offline.
FOIA Responses Haven't Really Responded to Openness Directive
The Obama administration's stated push for more government openness hasn't fully manifested itself in the Freedom of Information arena.