The landscape of Laos was sown with cluster bombs that continue to maim and kill, more than 40 years later.
The city says it's costing too much to keep up with public records requests.
The First Amendment's guarantees of the freedom of speech and the press take on a special meaning in light of 2017 politics.
It took a year for the FBI to release four redacted pages, describing threats to the pop star, from their vault.
The Shield program will not produce public reports, despite a statement to the contrary last week.
Two measures sought by government openness advocates are criticized by Gov. Mark Dayton.
Customs and Border Protection has no records of any detentions from the Ports of Minnesota.
A House committee talked about subpoenas after transportation officials gave them heavily redacted budget records.
States vary widely in the sharing, or withholding, of complaints that consumers file about companies.
This 1974 document was classified until 2010, and only made available online in January.
There's a reason the public didn't hear about the settlement last April in a lawsuit over "metadata."
With at least 660 exemptions in the state's public records law, it can be hard to know what's available to you and what isn't.