Internal Documents for the Harvard Study That Shows Exxon Lied About Climate Change

Two Harvard researchers compared almost four decades’ worth of internal, scientific, and external documents from Exxon, showing that the giant oil corporation privately knew about and accepted climate change while publicly proclaiming doubt. Their article “Assessing ExxonMobil’s Climate Change Communications (1977–2014)” in the journal Environmental...

Disappeared: CIA study on supporting disaster relief

PDF: “Intelligence Support to Humanitarian-Disaster Relief Operations“ The CIA’s Center for the Study of Intelligence is devoted to the scholarly, historical study of intelligence. For over a decade, its “Books and Monographs” page listed its report “Intelligence Support to Humanitarian-Disaster Relief Operations.” Unlike almost all the...

FCC Chairman Pai’s Detailed Schedule, Jan-June 2017

PDF: January 20 to June 30, 2017   The hour-by-hour schedules of the heads of federal agencies and departments are not made publicly available as a matter of course. I’m requesting dozens of them via FOIA. The latest arrival is the calendar for the...

PDFs of Trump’s Leaked Phone Conversations

On August 3, 2017, the Washington Post published leaked transcripts of Trump’s first phone conversations with Prime Minister Turnbull of Australia and President Enrique Peña Nieto of Mexico. Leaving aside the specifics of the calls, getting transcripts of off-the-record conversations between sitting world leaders...

[updated] Dept of Education Heavily Censors Its Memo on Transgender Students’ Civil Rights

UPDATE [Sept 25, 2017]: My appeal was successful. The Education Department’s FOIA Appeals Coordinator completely reversed the initial decision and has released the memo in full, with no redactions. (You can read it below.) From the response letter: In June, the Washington Post received...

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