DEA Is Experimenting on Animals with New Variants of Street Drugs

Animal testing

PDF: Pharmacological Study: Solicitation Number 15DDHQ18N00000014 Within the US government, some of the most widely known animal experimenters are the military, the Department of Veterans Affairs, and the National Institutes of Health. But some other agencies also fund, contract, and/or perform torturous procedures. The Drug Enforcement Administration flies under the radar in this regard, but a … Read more

Unposted Financial Disclosures for Trump Admin Officials/Nominees

Trump Admin Officials and Nominees

Government officials and nominees have to file disclosures in which they reveal all their employers, income, assets (including stock), debts, spouse’s finances, and more. The Office of Government Ethics posts these financial disclosures for only the highest-paid officials. I’m requesting the disclosures of some of the most important and interesting officials and nominees whose documents don’t get … Read more

Unpublished Humorous Poetry From WWII Crypto-Spies

Poetry From WWII Crypto-Spies

Next door to the National Security Agency is their National Cryptologic Museum, which, unlike the CIA’s museum, is open to the public. Within this historical collection of signal-spy artifacts is a library. You can see the library’s extensive holdings in this 726-page PDF. While looking through this listing, I was intrigued by – among many other … Read more

Dept of the Interior: Records Destruction Request

Records Destruction Request

Update [Oct 25, 2018]: The National Archives got in touch to say that they had sent the incorrect version of Interior’s request and crosswalk. I have now posted the correct versions they sent. They explained the differences: Item DAA-0048-2015-0003-0018 originally listed ten superseded authorities in total. Seven of these superseded authorities were incorrectly listed as temporary … Read more

CIA Has Removed 7 Files From CREST

CIA Has Removed Files From CREST

Short version: CIA recently posted and quickly pulled down seven documents in its online archive CREST. They don’t appear to be anywhere else online. Further down you’ll find info on each of these missing documents, including screenshots of three landing pages. Long version: The CIA’s CREST archive contains more than 12 million pages of formerly classified documents … Read more