California police are refusing to release documents about the surveillance technology it uses, despite a new law that requires their release.
With dining rooms still closed in most states, many of us are lamenting the sky-high fees of delivery apps—and they aren't helping restaurants, either.
Frustrated Retail Workers at Everlane Say They Were Prohibited from Discussing Wages, Working Conditions
The clothing company touts "radical transparency," but their New York-based retail workers say that doesn't apply to them.
Russ Kick, a transparency advocate who archives government websites, downloaded the publicly-available issues before they were deleted this summer.
Twelve years after receiving a cache of CIA documents related to the MKUltra program, John Greenewald of the Black Vault realized that thousands of pages had been omitted. Now, he's asking the internet for help.
Space belongs to all of us and it’s imperative that SpaceX is transparent about its Mars exploration plans.
This is just the latest example of the agency stonewalling FOIA requests on seemingly inconsequential topics.
Citing the infamous b5 exemption, the Federal Communications Commission refused to release emails related to the planning of the net neutrality video.
Some agencies have logged off during the government shutdown and some have not. Why?
A new review published in the British Medical Journal found policies were really varied.
A growing number of scientists are deliberately concealing tracking data to protect their location.