Entity: DOJ - Office of Information Policy

News Roundup: Georgia’s Attack on Voting Rights

April 1, 2021
As the nation reacts to the voting restrictions signed into law in Georgia, threats to democracy are alive across the country.

DOJ Records Released in Response to Request for Records Deemed Non-Responsive to Request for Communications Concerning Judicial Nomination

December 28, 2020
Records released by the Department of Justice in response to American Oversight’s request and litigation for seeking records that DOJ initially deemed were responsive to a FOIA for communications concerning judicial nominations, which were then deemed non-responsive and not produced.

Records Shed Light on Justice Department’s Handling of Roger Stone and Michael Flynn Cases

December 14, 2020
American Oversight obtained documents showing the DOJ sought to avoid Barr facing questions about Stone’s and Flynn’s cases, as well as contact between senior agency officials and conservative lawyer Sidney Powell, who represents Flynn.

DOJ Finds ‘No Responsive Records’ About Outside Agitators at George Floyd Protests

October 6, 2020
The lack of documentation appears to undercut claims made by President Trump and Attorney General Barr.

DOJ Communications Related to Huber Investigation

September 29, 2020
Records released in response to American Oversight's lawsuit for DOJ records related to John Huber's investigation of Hillary Clinton, including communications with Rep. Mark Meadows regarding Jeff Sessions' directions to Huber.

FOIA to DOJ For Communications About Amy Coney Barrett’s Appeals Court Nomination

September 28, 2020
FOIA to the Department of Justice for communications with nongovernmental individuals about the nomination of Amy Coney Barrett to the Seventh Circuit Court of Appeals.

Investigations Update: New Kentucky Voter Fraud Task Force Lawsuit, and Our Supreme Court Short List Investigation

September 23, 2020
See the latest in our investigations into Trump’s potential Supreme Court nominees, the CDC’s removal of updated Covid-19 guidelines, and foreign interference in U.S. elections.

Expanding Our Investigation into Potential Supreme Court Nominees

September 23, 2020
American Oversight files requests related to Amy Coney Barrett, Britt Grant, Barbara Lagoa, and Kate Todd.
From left: Amy Coney Barrett, Barbara Lagoa, Britt Grant, Kate Todd

FOIA to DOJ OIP Seeking Communications Concerning Electoral Fraud

September 22, 2020
FOIA request to the Department of Justice’s Office of Information Policy seeking the communications of select officials concerning electoral fraud.