News Highlights - July 14, 2016

5 bills House lawmakers wanted to act on before summer break
Obama’s Interrogation Methods
Better tech, stronger disclosure policies could improve FOIA — experts

News Highlights - July 13, 2016

Op-Ed: Grassley would shed light on police shootings
Whistle-Blower on N.S.A. Wiretapping Is Set to Keep Law License
Is Section 702 on the verge of reform?
The FBI has quietly gathered 400,000 iris scans
​​​​​​​FBI to return thousands of recovered Clinton emails to State Department for potential release

News Highlights - July 7, 2016

Clinton email decision seen as lifeline for those facing similar charges
Comey Indicts the State Department Information Security Culture
Civil Rights Groups Move to Expose Government Spying on Black Lives Matter

News Highlights - July 1, 2016

Obama Signs Bill Easing Access to Government Records
Can the Freedom of Information Act Be Fixed?
Secret Rules Make it Pretty Easy for the FBI to Spy on Journalists
Newly Released Documents Reveal NFL Doctors Used Donations to Influence Government Led CTE Discussions

News Highlights - June 30, 2016

The Freedom of Information Act—and the Hero Who Pioneered It
Feds Ordered to Release Info on Phone Spying
Amid Clinton email mess, State Department FOIA backlog surges
Rights court mulls claims CIA secretly held suspects in E. Europe