News Highlights – March 11, 2015

Senate Torture Report Exposed Misdeeds, But There May Never Be a Similar Probe of CIA Drones

Leak Investigation Stalls Amid Fears of Confirming US-Israel Operation

Report: Clinton State Department One of Least Transparent Agencies

New FOIA Training Targets 'Everyday Employee'

Opinion: Republicans Are Mad About Clinton's Emails. So Pass FOIA Refom.

Eric Holder Used Email Aliases. DOJ Says It Wasn't a Transparency Dodge.

 

Senate Torture Report Exposed Misdeeds, But There May Never Be a Similar Probe of CIA Drones

[Associated Press, March 9, 2015]

Leak Investigation Stalls Amid Fears of Confirming US-Israel Operation

[Washington Post, Ellen Nakashima and Adam Goldman, March 10, 2015]

Report: Clinton State Department One of Least Transparent Agencies

[CNN, Chris Moody, March 10, 2015]

New FOIA Training Targets 'Everyday Employee'

[Federal Times, Aaron Boyd, March 10, 2015]

Opinion: Republicans are Mad About Clinton's Emails. So Pass FOIA Reform.

[The Guardian, Trevor Timm, March 10, 2015]

Eric Holder Used Email Aliases. DOJ Says It Wasn't a Transparency Dodge.

[Huffington Post, Ryan J. Reilly, March 10, 2015]

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