D.C.’s Bad Cops List Is Shrouded in Secrecy—and Could Be Impacting Criminal Cases
Documents from federal prosecutors in Washington, D.C., uncovered by a FOIA lawsuit, raise new questions about a secret list of cops accused of misconduct.
The National Park Service Promises to Reinstate 92 Climate Change Documents Removed From Website
Dozens of documents outlining how national parks will address climate change were removed from the agency’s website this month.
White House Sends 'Strongest Signal Yet' That Chelsea Manning Will Be Freed
In a press conference on Friday, White House press secretary addressed Chelsea Manning's plea for clemency at length—a development many of her supporters see as extremely heartening, and a possible indication that the president will commute her...
'It’s Hard to Show the World I Exist': Chelsea Manning's Final Plea to Be Seen
In 2010, Chelsea Manning leaked thousands of classified documents in an attempt to shed light on the "true cost of war" in the Middle East. But while other whistleblowers continue to attract media attention and concern, Manning is locked up.