POSTSCRIPT : Activist faces possibility of censorship over Progress Queens interview about BDS advocacy

POSTSCRIPT : Activist faces possibility of censorship over Progress Queens interview about BDS advocacy

Pauline Park, a leading activist for LGBT equality, faces the possibility of censorship following publication of a Progress Queens interview about baseless attacks aimed at her over her support of the boycott, divestment, and sanctions (BDS) movement.

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Progress Queens replied to the DOJ's redaction and withholding of FOIA records of Preet Bharara's speeches

Progress Queens replied to the DOJ's redaction and withholding of FOIA records of Preet Bharara's speeches

The U.S. Department of Justice has yet to answer an effort made by Progress Queens to settle remaining issues in litigation, seeking the release records duly requested under the Freedom of Information Act about the speeches of former U.S. Attorney Preet Bharara.

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In wake of public housing and drinking water tragedies elsewhere, prosecutors remain mum about NYCHA investigation

In wake of public housing and drinking water tragedies elsewhere, prosecutors remain mum about NYCHA investigation

As repercussions over the water crisis in Flint, Michigan, lead to criminal charges against public officials and as a deadly fire in a public housing apartment building in London leads to calls for a criminal investigation, Federal prosecutors in New York remain mum about the reported investigation into dangerous living conditions at NYCHA.

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As Bharara questions DC integrity, U.S. Attorney's Office undermines FOIA by withholding records of Bharara's speeches

As Bharara questions DC integrity, U.S. Attorney's Office undermines FOIA by withholding records of Bharara's speeches

Former U.S. Attorney Preet Bharara has publicly questioned the integrity of the President Donald Trump and senior U.S. Department of Justice officials, even as the U.S. Department of Justice appears to be violating the Freedom of Information Act in order to keep secret records of former U.S. Attorney Bharara's speeches.

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HRA spent over $200 million on rent arrear payments in 2016, but will not identify the landlords paid

HRA spent over $200 million on rent arrear payments in 2016, but will not identify the landlords paid

The City of New York paid $214,475,602 to landlords in calendar year 2016 for rent arrear payments, but the City's Human Resources Administration refused to identify the names of landlords, which received these payments.

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