A showdown between the mayor of the District of Columbia and the first-ever elected attorney general has been averted for now.
Cybersecurity legislation advancing in Congress could create the first brand-new exemption to the Freedom of Information Act in nearly half a century—a prospect that alarms transparency advocates a
EQUIPPING POLICE officers with body cameras can be a powerful tool in building trust between citizens and law enforcement.
UPDATED 4/18/15 At week's end, the Washington Post revealed it, too, had been seeking body-cam videos under the DC Freedom of
What does WMATA need? Just more money, and otherwise everything is okay? Major cuts, abandoning hope of eight-car trains and fixing the Blue Line in this generation?
Federal district judges in Washington are the gatekeepers of government records in high demand. The CIA torture report. Prosecution memos about multibillion-dollar deals with big banks.
A computer system used to dispatch D.C.
The Office of the State Superintendent of Education notified parents this week that personal information about students was inadvertently sent to a reporter in February, education officials said.
But they won’t succeed through subpoenas.
On March 2, 2015, a D.C.
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