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  • One of the email addresses of EPA Administrator Gina McCarthy apparently has been scrubbed. (Associated Press)

    Watchdog rebuffed on EPA data turns to NSA

    A pro-business watchdog group sued the National Security Agency on Monday, demanding that the spy agency turn over metadata logs for some phones registered to top EPA officials in a pioneering legal maneuver that seeks to use the government's own secret data to check up on other agencies.

  • Congress still has questions for Lisa P. Jackson, former head of the Environmental Protection Agency, who is under investigation for suspected violations of federal sunshine laws after she apparently used private email accounts to conduct government business. (Associated Press)

    Sunshine law gets cloudy when federal officials take email home

    Documents show that Lisa P. Jackson, as EPA chief, told a lobbyist to shift their conversations to her "home email" account rather than using official government accounts, in a move that appears to contravene the intent of federal sunshine laws.

  • Gina McCarthy

    Lawsuit against EPA seeks evidence of hidden messages

    Top Environmental Protection Agency officials used computer instant messages to try to circumvent open-records laws, according to a lawsuit filed by a researcher who has been hounding the agency to comply with the law.

  • BOOK REVIEW: ‘The Liberal War on Transparency’

    Transparency is demanded by those out of power and rejected by those in power. Witness President Obama, who ran as a transparency candidate in 2008 and then ran from transparency as president.

  •  In this July 11, 2008, file photo, a giant glacier is seen making its way to the waters of Croaker Bay on Devon Island. An April 2008 report said that Arctic sea ice is melting so fast that most of it could be gone in 30 years. (AP Photo/The Canadian Press, Jonathan Hayward, File)

    Global warming controversy reaches NASA climate data

    The fight over climate science is about to cross the Atlantic with a U.S. researcher poised to sue NASA, demanding the release of the same kind of information that landed a leading British center in hot water over charges that it skewed its data.

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