Funding May Halt Lincoln Project At US ArchivesA project that's been combing through the National Archives for Abraham Lincoln documents since 2006 may soon end due to funding cuts.
Judge Sides With U.S. In Manning Document DisputeA federal judge in Baltimore said Wednesday she's satisfied for now with measures the military has taken to release documents related to Army Pfc. Bradley Manning's court-martial in the Wikileaks case.
WikiLeaks Case: Top Military Court Rules On Manning Document IssueThe U.S. military's highest court ruled Wednesday it isn't the right place for a dispute over public access to documents in the court-martial of Pfc. Bradley Manning.
National Archives Discusses Stolen Documents CaseWhen investigators seeking stolen historical documents entered the Manhattan apartment of a memorabilia collector in 2011, they had just a few boxes to collect evidence. Inside, they were stunned to find rooms crammed with thousands of pilfered documents, including some signed by Benjamin Franklin, Isaac Newton and Charles Dickens.
Military Releases Some Documents In Manning CaseThe military has released some court documents in the case of an Army private accused of giving classified material to the anti-secrecy website WikiLeaks.
President's Documents Now Accessible On SmartphoneThe government is launching a new mobile app to provide access to the president's public documents and activities.
Man Sentenced To 7 Years In Prison For Stealing Rare Historical DocumentsThe man who admitted to stealing thousands of valuable historical documents in Maryland and around the country is headed to jail.
Documents Show Baltimore Grand Prix $12M In DebtInternal documents show Baltimore Grand Prix organizers face more than $12 million in debt and have less than $100,000 in cash on hand.
Fla. Judge Wants To Unseal Anthrax Case DocumentsA 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.
Historian Accused In Theft Case Seeks To Sell ArtA 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.
Historian's Assistant Pleads Not Guilty In TheftA presidential historian's assistant charged with conspiring to steal valuable documents from archives throughout the Northeast has entered a not guilty plea.