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News Highlights - April 29, 2016

Letter Details FBI Plan for Secretive Anti-Radicalization Committees
FOIA 'still interested letters' have uncertain effect on requesters, report finds
Grassley: Carter emails contained 'sensitive' information
Are Agencies Drowning in Data Mandates?

News Highlights - April 28, 2016

The CIA Illegally Let the Wrong People Do Intelligence Work, Declassified Report Finds
Minnesota T.S.A. Manager Says He Was Told to Target Somali-Americans
Most Police Forces Still Refuse Transparency When it Comes to Use-of-Force Statistics

News Highlights - April 27, 2016

Obama Under Fire Over Transparency as Congress Advances FOIA Reform
Landmark Senate report on CIA's use of torture plays key role in victims' lawsuit
Police chiefs: 'There is nothing to fear' about White House open data initiative

News Highlights - April 22, 2016

Dozens of police departments sign on to WH reform program
DoD Directs “Equal Attention” to Secrecy, Declassification
The FBI’s Warrantless Surveillance Back Door Just Opened a Little Wider

News Highlights - April 21, 2016

Justice Department appears open to interrogation suit
How a Simple Request Got Me Blacklisted by the Pentagon
Doctor Who Helped Expose Lead in Flint’s Water Praises EPA Whistleblower

News Highlights - April 20, 2016

Court troubled by surveillance excesses at FBI, NSA
US Federal Advisors Urge More Leeway on Fee Waivers
Obama weighs in on 28 classified pages of 9/11 report