Government & Communications

Attempts by governmental bodies to improve or impede communications with or between the citizenry.

President Trump: ‘Should I Take One of the Killer Networks That Treat Me So Badly As Fake News?’

President Doanld Trump doubled down on his tweet in which he called former FBI director James Comey “a leaker” following Comey’s testimony. The president took questions during a Rose Garden newser June 9.

Preet Bharara opens up about his interactions with Trump

Former US attorney Preet Bharara talked about the three times Donald Trump called him, and the one time he didn't answer.

Algorithm’s decisions draw increased scrutiny

The world’s 3.6 billion internet users depend on computer algorithms to sort through the vast ocean of information available online.

Making Google the Censor

[Commentary] Prime Minister Theresa May’s political fortunes may be waning in Britain, but her push to make internet companies police their users’ speech is alive and well.

Media raise concerns about Trump retaliation after seating changes

CNN is asking questions about the White House’s decision to place their reporter in the back of a White House press briefing.

President Trump Accuses Comey of Lying Under Oath

President Donald Trump accused James B. Comey, the former FBI director, of lying under oath to Congress in testimony that the president dismissed as a politically motivated proceeding.

House panel demands President Trump release Comey 'tapes'

Congress wants to know if President Donald Trump taped his conversations with fired FBI Director James Comey.

Trump claims ‘vindication’ from Comey testimony, calls him a ‘leaker’

President Donald Trump broke his public silence June 9 on former FBI director James B.

After Tough Audits, Library of Congress IT Is On The Mend

In 2015, the Library of Congress received critical audits from the Government Accountability Office and its inspector general, both detailing serious years-long IT governance, security and strategy issues.