NLPC Files FOIA for Biden Documents at University of Delaware

Today NLPC filed a Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) Request with the University of Delaware seeking all documents related to the transfer, curating, and access to the Senatorial Papers of Joe Biden to the university library and to order a search of those documents by the Board of Trustees for any reference to Tara Reade, […]

ABC, CBS, NBC & CNN Have Corporate Parents; What Will They Do About Bias?

The revelation by Project Veritas that ABC News killed a story three years ago by their reporter, Amy Robach, that would have exposed the sexually predatory conduct of late financier Jeffrey Epstein, raises the question: What is parent company Disney going to do about it? And CBS Corporation – it’s obvious you fired the wrong […]

NLPC Files FOIA Seeking Jeffrey Epstein Suicide Photos and Records

National Legal and Policy Center (NLPC) filed a Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) request this morning with the Federal Bureau of Prisons seeking photographs of Jeffrey Epstein and all records regarding his incarceration at the Metropolitan Correctional Center in New York and the circumstances of his apparent suicide. Besides any photographs or video surveillance of […]

NLPC Sues Justice Department on Mueller Conflict

National Legal and Policy Center filed suit today against the Department of Justice to force release of a document specifying a conflict of interest for which Special Counsel Robert Mueller received a retroactive waiver. In the wake of demands for “transparency” through the release of the Mueller report, we are also asking for transparency. Justice […]

Documents Sought in Menendez Bribery Case

Today we filed a Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) request seeking documents pertaining to the prosecution of Senator Robert Menendez (D-NJ) on bribery and related charges, and the Justice Department decision not to retry him. Menendez was tried once but that trial ended in a mistrial on November 16, 2017. Why did the Justice Department […]