This is just the latest example of the agency stonewalling FOIA requests on seemingly inconsequential topics.
The plans for an internal CIA training game were released to the public last month—now it's becoming real and getting Kickstarted.
Citing the infamous b5 exemption, the Federal Communications Commission refused to release emails related to the planning of the net neutrality video.
New York has no statute of limitations for reporting rape—but public hospitals are only required to keep rape kits for 30 days. Because of this loophole, advocates say, victims still have an unfairly small window for seeking justice.
NASA often refuses to complete Freedom of Information Act requests using the excuse that it is "unclear what specific NASA records you are requesting."
How long wait times and lack of precedent impede efforts to study the US detention facility at Guantanamo Bay.
An FBI memo written during the Unabomber investigation describes roleplayers as 'armed and dangerous,' 'extremely intelligent individuals' and 'overweight and not neat in appearance.'
New training documents show how the Colorado agency instructs officers to use Cellebrite devices to get into suspects' phones.
University of Washington records confirm Yiannopoulos’ speaking fee as zero dollars, and entirely self-financed.
Previously unreported, the IMPD has had a StingRay since 2012, ascertained from their Non Disclosure Agreement with the FBI.
The CIA was losing money because a heroic citizen used the agency's ink and paper to print and scan them one by one.
It's a rare look into the pricing and packaging of the cellphone surveillance tech.