What’s the point of being president if you can’t take a few state secrets home with you?
Reporting from a forthcoming book claims White House staff found wads of paper clogging a toilet and believed then-President Trump was responsible.
The 2,891 recently released files shed light on the hectic aftermath of the assassination, as well as a significant memo from J. Edgar Hoover.
The British Army of the 1980s was willing to control riots by shooting people.
In 1310, Roger the Navel-Fucker was banned from Chester County.
The files, some labeled "Top Secret," could shed more light on abuses committed in British colonies during the heyday of the Empire, that successive governments have long kept hidden.
The Mexican government recently restricted public access to records related to the Dirty War, an unofficial military operation that claimed the lives of thousands of dissidents starting in the 1960s.
VICE News exclusive: The British government just "became aware" of a huge trove of historic documents that should have been released to the public — but won't yet say what's in them.
We spoke to Black Vault founder John Greenewald about his massive database of government documents, modern cover-ups, and Stanley Kubrick.
Nearly a decade before Ronald Reagan launched an assault on Grenada, the UK government was thinking about doing more or less the same thing.