Entity: Department of Justice

Carter Page FISA Application Requests

July 21, 2018
Department of Justice requests for FISA warrants to wiretap Carter Page.

New Lawsuits Seek Kavanaugh Files from DOJ and Archives

July 10, 2018
American Oversight is representing Fix the Court in a lawsuit to uncover Judge Brett Kavanaugh's records from his previous service in government – including his work on the Starr commission and his time in the George W. Bush White House.

Complaint: Fix the Court v. DOJ – Kavanaugh Records

July 10, 2018
American Oversight's lawsuit representing Fix the Court and requesting correspondence between the Office of Legal Counsel and Supreme Court nominee Kavanaugh during the years he worked in the White House.

FOIA to DOJ Regarding Outside Influence on Supreme Court Nominations

July 9, 2018
FOIA to DOJ seeking communications with Leonard Leo, John Malcolm, Senator Mitch McConnell, Senator Michael Lee, or any of the nine current Justices serving on the Supreme Court to shed light on outside influences on Supreme Court nominations.

FOIA to DOJ Office of Legal Policy Regarding Outside Influence on Supreme Court Nominations

July 6, 2018
FOIA to DOJ seeking communications between the Office of Legal Policy and Leonard Leo, John Malcolm, Senator Mitch McConnell, Senator Michael Lee, or any of the nine current Justices serving on the Supreme Court to shed light on outside influences on Supreme Court nominations.

DOJ Records Regarding Travel to Trump Properties

July 3, 2018
Justice Department guidance on booking conferences and travel vouchers for Attorney General Jeff Sessions' March 4, 2017 trip to Mar-a-Lago.

Records From DOJ Concerning the Strzok/Page Texts

June 29, 2018
Records from DOJ containing communications related to the decision to share text messages between DOJ employees Peter Strzok and Lisa Page with journalists and all communications with journalists and reporters.

FOIA to DOJ Regarding the Decision to Investigate Affirmative Action Policies

June 20, 2018
FOIA to DOJ seeking communications between Eric Dreiband or anyone using a @jonesday.com email address and the Attorney General's office. This is a follow-up FOIA to shed light on DOJ's decision to investigate university affirmative action policies.