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The United States is home to over 500 sovereign Native American tribes. For the first time in one place, here are the constitutions for most of them.
During a brief moment at the beginning of the 1980s, the Justice Department published a single-panel gag comic about the Freedom of Information Act. We have all eight instances of FOIbles inside.
PowerPoint presentation of a Navy project to remotely control sharks - using them as "stealth spies" - via neuro implants.
Another 150 photos and video stills unsealed in a class-action lawsuit give us the first look inside the freezing, filthy detention centers where immigrants are held in southern Arizona.
In October 2015, the Justice Department held a FOIA Litigation Seminar for personnel from across the government who are involved in FOIA lawsuits. These are the materials that were distributed or presented.
In May 2016, the Justice Department held an Advanced Freedom of Information Act Seminar for FOIA personnel from across the government. These are the materials that were distributed or presented.
The DEA's recent decision to keep marijuana in the same legal category as heroin relied heavily on two reports from the Food and Drug Administration. Those documents are here, along with related material.
A collection of online material deleted by Donald Trump and his campaign. Clinton page coming soon.
Before he was president of the International Olympic Committee for over 20 years, Juan Antonio Samaranch was a uniformed fascist official in Franco's Spain. Here are the photos.
A 227-page guide to laws dealing with the confiscation of private property just disappeared from the DOJ's website, so we brought it back.
1,200 People Were Arrested Then Detained in Pier 57 on a Single Day During the 2004 Republican National Convention. One couple managed to smuggle out videos and photos.
The gargantuan report on the UK's involvement in the Iraq invasion/war was published as 58 separate PDF files. Here it is in one volume.
Over a thousand US government websites went offline over a ten-year period. Here are the links to archived versions.
Unsealed evidence photos take us inside the freezing, filthy detention centers in Arizona where immigrants are held.
A smattering of documents I've found online recently. Electronic surveillance, undercover police work, chemical warfare, biometrics, posters, Fort Meade, phone phreaking, and more.