EPA and an employees union have signed an agreement on procedures for reopening agency libraries closed by the Bush administration.
Here's an embargo that a federal employee could face charges for breaking.
The House passed a bill that would do more to ensure open records and meetings of federal advisory committees.
With the Hatfil anthrax case settled, why is a court still threatening reporter Toni Locy with jail and fines for refusing to reveal the identity of confidential sources?
The Army Corps of Engineers has stopped giving the public access to a database that shows how well federal agencies are doing at dam safety.
Despite a Bush Executive Order ostensibly aimed at improving agency FOIA performance, most agencies have little to show two years later.
How can you tell whether global warming is happening if the White House shuts down the satellites needed to sense it by cutting their budgets?
The Center for Public Integrity gets an award most journalists would envy -- for its Superfund expose.
There are lots of good databases out there to help environmental reporters. Here are a few more you may not know.
How did the White House suppress an EPA finding that human-induced greenhouse warming was a threat to human health (and thus subject to regulation)? By refusing to read it. But you can read it here.