A new report concludes the White House needs to do more to increase transparency and accountability of targeted killing operations in the waning months of the Obama administration.
In the era of direct spending by corporations in elections, Microsoft and AFLAC Insurance get high marks for openness. Warren Buffett’s Berkshire Hathaway received a score of zero.
California, Alaska and Idaho were graded an F in 2014 and again in 2015. Not one of the three provides information on economic development subsidies.
Michael Horowitz protests the Justice Department legal opinion that says DOJ officials decide what material he should get, and when.
A new inquiry into the Alaska National Guard reaches many of the same conclusions as last year’s federal investigation into the force.
Lawmakers want to prohibit police officers from viewing video from their body cameras before they write their reports. It’s part of an effort to bring more transparency to policing.
As Google and other large tech companies cope with the aftermath of recent reports that the National Security Agency has had broad access to their users’ data, the search giant is asking the U.S. government for permission to publish the number of national security requests it receives, including those made under the Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Act.