Why did the SEC suddenly dismiss dozens of cases?
The former president suggests he was not obliged to obey a subpoena seeking classified records.
The Legally Authorized Charges Against Donald Trump and Hunter Biden Don't Tell Us What Justice Requires
The nature of their conduct is a better indicator of the punishment they deserve.
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While it remains unclear how sensitive the documents he retained were, his attempts to conceal them are easier to prove.
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Massachusetts reformed its notoriously bad public records laws in 2020, but reporters are still fighting to get the police misconduct files they're legally entitled to.
By taking records that did not belong to him and refusing to return them, William Barr says, Trump "provoked this whole problem himself."
There's no deep mystery behind why Trump kept boxes of classified documents. He wanted them.
The former president's retention of classified documents looks willful and arguably endangered national security.
Government officials have neither the right nor the credibility to stand in the way.
The feds allege the former president was keeping classified documents on America's nuclear program and defense capabilities in his Mar-a-Lago resort.
The recorded comments could be relevant to a charge that the former president willfully mishandled national defense information.
Despite some headway in protecting privacy, the surveillance state hasn’t gone away.
Never underestimate officials’ ability to turn embarrassing moments into awful opportunities.
It's been nearly three years since New York repealed its police secrecy law, and departments are still fighting to hide misconduct records.
Even if you despise the media, you should be rooting for better public record laws.
Many Democrats and Republicans were outraged when Trump and Biden respectively were found with classified documents. But both sides are missing the point.
'There's Nothing There,' Biden Said the Day Before the FBI Found More Classified Documents in His House
If Trump's handling of government secrets was "totally irresponsible," how should we describe Biden's conduct?
It's not Trump vs. Biden: High officials play fast and loose with government secrets, but only regular people face harsh penalties.
Biden Looks Careless, Shady, and Hypocritical After the Revelations About His Handling of Classified Material
Prosecuting Trump for keeping government records at Mar-a-Lago now seems doomed for political as well as legal reasons.
In both cases, proving criminal intent would be a tall order.
A law to protect people engaged in journalism from having to reveal sources gets blocked by Sen. Tom Cotton.
San Antonio's city manager said the case illustrated how hard it is to fire employees, but it also shows how hard it is for them to stay fired.
Now the officer is trying to keep his identity secret under a state law intended to protect crime victims.
A senator and two congressmen team up to help protect whistleblowers from vindictive prosecution.
After community outrage and the mayor saying he wasn't told about Timothy Loehmann's policing background, the officer withdrew his application.
They shot and killed a man they were trying to evict. Doesn’t the public have the right to know who they are?
However wonderful it is to imagine a world in which these things are possible, the government shouldn’t be shelling out millions to entertain speculation.
A lawsuit attempts to find out how federal agents are implementing Wickr, a communications service that has an auto-erase function.
In a program separate from the ones disclosed by Edward Snowden, we see more mass secret domestic data collection.
Surveillance clearly shows children nearby as strike was called on man mistaken for a terrorist.
A new, heavily investigated report shows a Pentagon uninterested in correcting its deadly errors.
Why trust an agency that conceals information from judges but prosecutes us for lying to it?
In denying the former president's claims of executive privilege, a federal judge sets a blueprint which should apply to sitting presidents as well.
Do Americans have a right to know the extent that the government surveils them?
More than 400 problems were found with 29 warrant requests, twice the number previously revealed.
Twenty years after 9/11, weaponry and surveillance gear originally developed for the military have become commonplace in police departments around the country.
Daniel Hale Revealed America's Drone Assassinations to the Public. He's Been Sentenced to 45 Months in Prison.
Federal espionage laws are used once again to punish a whistleblower.
Cuomo Reportedly Secured Special Treatment for Family Members and VIPs During Early Days of Pandemic
He should've focused on containing nursing home COVID spread, not getting VIP treatment for penthouse-dwelling Manhattanites (and his own family members).
The Michael Flynn Unmasking Fight Is Another Chance for More Transparency About Secret Government Surveillance
People insisted the wiretapping of Carter Page was perfectly normal. That turned out to be wrong.
A judge rules whistleblower’s failure to subject Permanent Record to pre-publication review violates non-disclosure agreement.