News Highlights – November 21, 2014

Senate Judiciary Approves Bill to Codify 'Presumption of Openness'

DHS Needs to Improve FOIA Processing, Cost Reporting, Congressional Investigators Say

As Judiciary Chair, Grassley Likely to Push for Cameras in Supreme Court

Opinion: There's No Proof of Surveillance Abuse?

The CIA Wants to Delete Old Email; Critics Say 'Not So Fast'

Torture Report Fight Erupts in Chaos

 

Senate Judiciary Approves Bill to Codify 'Presumption of Openness'

[Federal News Radio, Jason Miller, November 20, 2014]

DHS Needs to Improve FOIA Processing, Cost Reporting, Congressional Investigators Say

[FierceGovernmentIT, Dibya Sarkar, November 20, 2014]

As Judiciary Chair, Grassley Likely to Push for Cameras in Supreme Court

[Supreme Court Brief, Tony Mauro, November 12, 2014]

Opinion: There's No Proof of Surveillance Abuse?

[New York Times, David Firestone, November 20, 2014]

The CIA Wants to Delete Old Email; Critics Say 'Not So Fast'

[NPR All Things Considered, David Welna, November 20, 2014]

Torture Report Fight Erupts in Chaos

[Huffington Post, Ali Watkins, Ryan Grimm, Michael McAuliff, Sabrina Siddiqui, November 20, 2014]

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