News Roundup: Election Deniers Gear Up for Midterms

October 21, 2022
As the November elections get closer, the number of candidates on the ballot beholden to the Big Lie remains alarmingly high.

NIAID Records Released in Response to Request for Emails from White House “Covid Mail” System

June 24, 2022
Records released by National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases in response to American Oversight’s request for emails from the White House “Covid Mail” internal email system, which reportedly is used to forward requests from “friends and family” of the White House to agency officials.

News Roundup: Pardons, Partisans and Our Endangered Democracy

June 24, 2022
It’s impossible to overstate the gravity of America’s current political situation.

News Roundup: The Coordinated Effort to Contest the Next Election

June 3, 2022
It’s not just faith in the last election that is being undermined.

News Roundup: Victory in Wisconsin

April 22, 2022
A Wisconsin court has ordered the state Assembly’s election investigation to stop deleting records. Meanwhile, new details have emerged about congressional leaders’ initial response to the Jan. 6 attack.

NIH Records Released in Response to Request for Communications and Guidance Regarding Covid-19 Ad Blitz

April 12, 2022
Records released by the National Institutes of Health in response to American Oversight’s request for guidance provided to contractors regarding a coronavirus ad campaign.

News Roundup: ‘Much To-Do About Nothing’

March 11, 2022
This week, the release of more than 700 pages of public records from the Wisconsin election investigation revealed that the probe has done little actual investigating.

News Roundup: Legally Impossible, Democratically Dangerous

March 4, 2022
The post-election scramble to dig up any evidence of significant voter fraud has shown us that schemes don’t need to be legally possible, or even ground in reality, to be dangerous.

HHS Records Released in Response to Request for Evidence of Airborne Transmission of Coronavirus

February 14, 2022
Records released by the Department of Health and Human Resources in response to American Oversight’s request for records reflecting whether the coronavirus is or could be “airborne,” from on or before Feb. 7, 2020

News Roundup: What We’ve Learned This Year

December 23, 2021
From the disturbing violence of Jan. 6 to the ongoing efforts to restrict voting and cast doubt on the integrity of the 2020 election, 2021 has shown us just how fragile our democracy is.