The 2020 Democratic presidential candidate told Fox News host Sean Hannity that she didn't know what was going on at the "closed door" hearings.
The conduct of the British authorities in this case has been especially outrageous.
"We're up against smart and well-funded adversaries who change their tactics as we spot abuse," Facebook executives said.
Summaries of President Donald Trump's phone calls with world leaders will no longer be published by the White House.
Sunlight's Web Integrity Project says as many as 26 documents for Training of Asylum Officers were pulled from USCIS's main pages and "cannot be found anywhere else on the site."
A company linked to the Trump organization is constructing condos in the Dominican Republic.
Far from "draining the swamp," the president has only increased Americans' distrust of government, survey finds.
More than 23 million people—or more than 7 percent of the country's population—are employed in some way by the U.S. government.
Watchdog groups are suing the Secret Service to find out who has been visiting President Donald Trump at Trump Tower in New York and Mar-a-Lago in Florida.
The SEC has allowed pharma CEOS to block shareholder resolutions that seek detail on price increases for major medicines.
The functions of diplomatic missions are clearly defined by Article 3 of the Vienna Convention, and none of what Assange has done even remotely fits these criteria.
The social network granted more than 55,000 content restrictions following government requests, largely related to a photo from inside the Bataclan music venue.
After the NSA scandal, most major tech companies have been transparent about which governments are asking for customer data.
Judge orders pictures of detainee abuse be released after a more than decade-long legal battle.
After passing unanimously in the Senate, the House Speaker doesn't put FOIA reform to a vote.
North Korea, Sudan, Afghanistan and South Sudan were the worst countries, while Denmark came out on top
The organization hopes merchandize will help subsidize its work.