A federal judge is asking why records should remain sealed in a soon-to-be-settled lawsuit over the death of a Florida man in the 2001 anthrax attacks.
A presidential historian charged with conspiring to steal documents from U.S. archives — including papers signed by Abraham Lincoln — is seeking court permission to sell an Andy Warhol print, other artworks and inaugural medals to cover his living expenses.
A presidential historian’s assistant charged with conspiring to steal valuable documents from archives throughout the Northeast has entered a not guilty plea.
A federal judge in Baltimore dismissed Espionage Act charges against a former official with the National Security Agency accused of leaking classified documents.
The Justice Department on Thursday reached a plea agreement in the leak case against a former National Security Agency official.
With tax day this week, think about all the documents lying around your house that have sensitive personal information on them.
Amnesty International is renewing its objections over how an Army private suspected of giving classified information to WikiLeaks is being treated in prison.
President Ronald Reagan’s handwritten changes to his “Evil Empire” speech, his correspondence with Mikhail Gorbachev and a bronze cast of Moscow’s Kremlin from the onetime Soviet leader are going on rare public display at the National Archives.