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DIA cafeteria complaints lend credence to former deputy director’s "bad food" excuse

DIA cafeteria complaints lend credence to former deputy director’s “bad food” excuse

After a 2016 Inspector General report in which Defense Intelligence Agency Deputy Director David Shedd defended his use of a government-issued vehicle to travel to and from restaurants by arguing that trips were necessitated by the poor food quality in the DIA cafeteria, JPat Brown filed a FOIA for the agency cafeteria complaints. After three years of processing, the DIA released 110 pages of responsive records - the most horrifying of which make it sound like Shedd might have had a point.

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Bureau of Prisons announces over $1 billion in contracts for Texas private prison

Bureau of Prisons announces over $1 billion in contracts for Texas private prison

The Bureau of Prisons has announced four awards related to its operations at the Reeves County Detention Complex in Texas. In total, the agreements are worth more than $1.3 billion over the life of the contracts, which could remain active for up to ten years.

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Eight years in, LAPD can’t measure PredPol’s effect on crime

Eight years in, LAPD can’t measure PredPol’s effect on crime

An internal audit of the Los Angeles Police Department’s Chronic Offender Program and PredPol usage found few accurate ways to measure accountability in data-driven policing.

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Homeland Security IG report finds spoiled food and other violations at New Jersey facility housing immigration detainees

Homeland Security IG report finds spoiled food and other violations at New Jersey facility housing immigration detainees

Immigration and Customs Enforcement detainees at a jail in Newark, New Jersey have been fed spoiled food and subjected to deteriorating conditions, according to a report released last week by the Department of Homeland Security Inspector General.

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CIA archives show ties between the Honduran Border Caravan and the Reagan Administration

CIA archives show ties between the Honduran Border Caravan and the Reagan Administration

For years, the Central Intelligence Agency was involved in funding and organizing anti-communist movements in Honduras, with deadly results. Files uncovered in the CIA archives illustrate how modern political unrest in the country - including the so-called “migrant caravan” - has its ties directly back to U.S. foreign policy.

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