I'm senior investigative reporter for BuzzFeed News. My weapon: FOIA.
Guantanamo prisoners provide new details on the hellish prison camp to lawyers as a mass hunger strike continues.
He was just a man, one of hundreds - thousands perhaps - who was in the wrong place at the wrong time after 9/11.
A mandatory ethics class for Air Force missile officers, shot through with biblical justifications for war, was suspended after two decades as the result of this report.
Explosive allegations leveled by managers reveal that severe cost-cutting efforts could put the integrity of an 800-mile Trans Alaska Pipeline System at risk.
Mark â€œThorâ€ Hearne is working to enact an amendment that may suppress the vote in the key battleground state of Missouri this November.
A newly declassified State Department memo provides the first hard evidence that the Bush administration manipulated and ignored intelligence in their thirst for war.
ACLU: "This new information underscores the need for full and immediate disclosure of the CIA's illegal interrogation methods."
Bush administration officials reveal that the Vice President spearheaded the White House's efforts to discredit Joseph Wilson.
One of the architects of the government's top-secret torture program said detainees were brutalized -- and not just to obtain intelligence.
A conversation between journalist Jason Leopold and Andy Worthington, the author of "The Guantanamo Files: The Stories of the 774 Detainees in America's Illegal Prison."
A new report urges policymakers to find a solution to the health-care crisis; long-term fiscal problems may develop if the issue is not addressed.
Once considered an ally of environmental groups, McCain now has a plan drafted by industry execs pushing more drilling and nuclear power.
The White House has taken the unprecedented step of authorizing the CIA to kill a U.S. citizen suspected of having ties to the Christmas Day bomber.
Ignoring the 1983 case is just one of the flagrant violations committed by Bush lawyers who crafted the newly released "torture memos."
The Defense Department forced all "war on terror" detainees at the Guantanamo Bay prison to take a high dosage of a controversial antimalarial drug, mefloquine.