FBI probe of Clinton's emails prompted by espionage fears, secret letters say
Secret letters from the FBI to the US State Department released exclusively to VICE News reveal the probe into Hillary Clinton's emails was rooted in fears of potential espionage.
The US Supreme Court uses email after all — or at least two justices do
Although US Supreme Court Justice Elena Kagan once suggested justices don't use email, documents obtained by VICE News show that's not entirely true.
Obama just made it much easier for the public to access government records
After nearly a decade of attempts to increase transparency, the FOIA Improvement Act will codify Obama's dictum that the government should be more open.
It Took a FOIA Lawsuit to Uncover How the Obama Administration Killed FOIA Reform
The Obama administration bills itself as the "most transparent in history," but recently released documents show that behind the scenes, the administration has been fighting against government transparency.
FBI Files Pinpoint Date the Feds Learned 2 Americans Planned Attacks Against the US
US citizens and al Qaeda members Anwar al-Awlaki and Samir Khan wanted to attack the US before they were killed by a 2011 CIA drone strike in Yemen.
While US Attorney General, Eric Holder Used Kareem Abdul-Jabbar’s Birth Name as His Official Email Address
In order to combat spam and avoid being inundated with correspondence from the public, Holder used the name Lew Alcindor for his Justice Department email address.