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June 23 2017

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June 19 2017

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June 17 2017

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June 16 2017

“The word was ‘dick.’” DC and Marvel FCC complaints

There are a lot of stupid FCC complaints, but some of the stupidest are complaints about superhero and comic book TV shows. Things like a citizens crime-stopper group taking on the Flash for calling somebody a dick are too far-fetched to appear in a show with an evil mind-controlling gorilla, but that didn’t stop an Orlando based group from trying to do just that.

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June 15 2017

"Myths About Intelligence and the CIA" trained Agency employees how to dismiss criticism

Included in the CIA's declassified database is an October 1968 list of recommended responses to questions and “myths” regarding the Agency, which had all “been used successfully." Many of the answers were dismissive, with recommended responses including changing the subject, questioning if an Agency failure was really a failure at all, and attempting to debunk accusations by calling them hearsay.

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Five examples of the NYPD's commitment to "transparency"

Earlier today journalist Matthew Chayes reported that NYPD Deputy Commissioner John Miller called the department "the most transparent municipal police department in the world" in testimony before New York City Council. In light of this rather bold claim regarding an agency routinely ranked among the worst in the state regarding openness and access, we thought we'd dig up some examples of the NYPD's rather unique take on transparency over the years.

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June 14 2017

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Intelligence Community ignored task force recommendations that could have prevented Snowden leaks



Task Group Six was an interagency working group for members of the National Security Council on the problem of intelligence compromises. As a result of its study, it made a number of recommendations to improve security and reduce the likelihood of insider threats - changing the way the intelligence agencies did business by putting a natural limit on the scope of their activities. If these policies had been pursued, it’s unlikely that Snowden would have had the justification or the ability to leak the materials he did. Instead, the recommendations that would have seen an actual shift in the status quo were ignored.
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June 11 2017

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June 07 2017

The Doctor Is In. Co-Pay? $40,000

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June 06 2017

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May 31 2017

FBI continues to delay release of files on the 1981 "Octopus Murders"

We know many things about the 1981 triple murder of Fred Alvarez, Patricia Castro and Ralph Boger. We know that the bagman for the hit, Jimmy Hughes, confessed. We know that a 2010 trial was interrupted when charges were abruptly dropped and evidence lost. We know from witness statements that the murders appear to be connected to the corruption surrounding Wackenhut and the PROMIS affair. We know from FBI's own records that the Bureau looked into the matter. And most recently, we know that the FBI has not only repeatedly refused to release those files, but apparently removed the request from their FOIA tracking system.

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May 30 2017

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May 29 2017

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