News Highlights – August 7, 2014

White House Must Decide Who Will Be Named in the CIA ‘Torture Report’
Commerce inspector general places two officials on leave after call for firings
Op-ed: CIA vs. the Senate: The Constitution demands action
The CIA isn’t reporting any data to federal transparency site
UPDATED: CFPB exec sought ways to shield bank documents from public

White House Must Decide Who Will Be Named in the CIA ‘Torture Report’
[The Daily Beast, Josh Rogin and Eli Lake, August 7, 2014]

Commerce inspector general places two officials on leave after call for firings
[Washington Post, Josh Hicks, August 7, 2014]

Op-ed: CIA vs. the Senate: The Constitution demands action
[Los Angeles Times, Bruce Ackerman, August 6, 2014]

The CIA isn’t reporting any data to federal transparency site
[Washington Post, Nancy Scola, August 6, 2014]

UPDATED: CFPB exec sought ways to shield bank documents from public
[Washington Examiner, Mark Tapscott, August 6, 2014]

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