Freedom of Information Act
Some agencies had lobbied against similar proposals.
Leahy says Obama will sign the bill if it reaches his desk.
The FBI is offering secret details from its investigation into Clinton’s server.
The House passed a similar bill in January.
The foot soldiers in the federal government have simply ignored his marching orders.
The National Security Council is not subject to open records laws, a court ruled.
The agency is misusing redactions, the Oversight report says.
“There has to be some reallocation of resources," the judge told the State Department.
Republicans aren't happy with how the IRS is dealing with requests on Lois Lerner.
State says its FOIA requests have doubled over the past fiscal year.
Larry Klayman is seeking to have Hillary Clinton's email server "taken into court custody."
The bill has been endorsed by public interest groups, but the White House has been silent.
The White House has said Obama will sign the bill.
The RNC's demands are "very broad and very complex," the State Department claimed.
Ron Wyden has made “wholly erroneous” claims, the agency alleged.
The House again passed FOIA reform this year, but the Senate has not acted.
Officials may have given “false declarations to federal courts," Sen. Grassley warned.
FCC Chairman Tom Wheeler complained that are "own words are being used against us."
Many have expressed frustration with agencies' response to records requests.
The department has allegedly failed to provide records on genetically engineered crops.
Welcome to the Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) — bureaucracy’s house of horrors.
The committee is gearing up for a June hearing on the subject.
The classified document was at the center of the CIA's snooping on Senate files.
“I can’t answer why certain things are blacked out," Tom Wheeler said.