Privacy and security of mail sent electronically.
Members of an elite group of Washingtonians selected to be saved in a nuclear war
Children, who are particularly susceptible to toxic hazards, are exposed to numerous dangerous substances in schools, yet no single agency regulates the use of toxics at schools.
A billion dollar cut from Title XX in 1981 ended countless public social-service programs such as subsidized daycare.
Farm methods using expensive equipment and chemicals is putting small farmers out of business and threatening the environment.
The Japanese mafia turns hungry eyes on California.
When the federal government announced last year it would use Social Security and IRS records to nab draft resisters, it didn't mention its use of another source to catch nonregistrants, the FOIA.
Network television coverage of nuclear war scenarios.
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