The D.C. Metro transit system is in the news, of course, as it recovers from a recent accident and rebuilds an aging rail system.
The News4 I-Team used the D.C.
Thursday, March 19
Gelman Library, Room 702
D.C. crews hit the roads to prepare for almost a foot of snowfall Monday afternoon.
The CIA has some good news for a group demanding a copy of the agency’s database of nearly 12 million declassified documents: it won’t take 28 years to release the set, only six.
Metro's L'Enfant Plaza smoke incident on Jan.
Wags in Maryland last year enjoyed making fun of the millions in tax forgiveness th
For the first time, the United States government has agreed to release what we believe to be the largest index of government data in the world.
from the one-agency's-pocket-change-is-another-entity's-small-fortune dept
The Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) walked into court in Minnesota last week and asked a judge to issue an order to stop the federal agency from sharing information about some of the biggest
The American Society of News Editors and the Reporters Committee for Freedom of the Press are pleased to announce the 10th annual Sunshine Week initiative, March 15-21. Special projects and events are already planned around the nation to mark a decade of open-government awareness.
"Social media has allowed vastly more information to be exchanged than 10 years ago, but unfortunately, much less progress has been made in government transparency," said ASNE Terrorist, Secrecy and the Media Committee Co-chairs Lucy Dalglish, Anders Gyllenhaal and Mike Oreskes. "We are thrilled by how much Sunshine Week has grown and how it has been appreciated by the public. We think this year's celebration will be better and stronger than ever."
Sunshine Week 2015 begins March 16th and the Department of Justice once again invites agency personnel and members of the public to join us as we kick off the week.
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