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FBI file documents Chef Paul Prudhomme’s history of accidentally bringing loaded guns to airports

FBI file documents Chef Paul Prudhomme’s history of accidentally bringing loaded guns to airports

Celebrated Cajun chef Paul Prudhomme found himself in hot water for accidentally bringing a loaded firearm to the airport on more than one occasion, according to his FBI file.

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Does your local government use drones? Help us find out

Does your local government use drones? Help us find out

Five years ago, MuckRock teamed up with Motherboard to conduct a massive survey of drone use by local police departments. We want to update that effort, and we need your help to do it.

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Vexatious request laws remain a prevalent possibility in public records

Vexatious request laws remain a prevalent possibility in public records

At both the federal and state level, requesters filing for similar documents may encounter additional barriers in the form of so called “vexatious requester” laws.

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How the FAA ruined Valentine's Day

How the FAA ruined Valentine’s Day

If you’re wondering why you can’t send drone-delivered bouquets to your loved one the Valentine’s Day, blame the cold-hearted scolds at the Federal Aviation Administration, who dashed those hopes back in 2014.

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Add “space” to the list of industries looking to get a Trump presidency push

Add “space” to the list of industries looking to get a Trump presidency push

Last week, Robert Bigelow, founder of Bigelow Aerospace encouraged broader spending in orbit. He suggested doubling NASA’s budget, which would bring the agency’s cut to a full one percent of federal spending. Docs released as part of the company’s BEAM project help show the regulatory concerns that leave space tourism an international grey zone.

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