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A Getty Rep Reviewed And Approved The National Archives' Altered Women's March Photo, Emails Show via @clarissajanL 

In honor of the famed photographer's birthday, here are 10 of his most awe-inspiring photos from the U.S. National Archives. #AnselAdams 

A Getty Images representative signed off on the National Archives' decision to blur anti-Trump signs in a photo, emails obtained via #FOIA  show

Northumberland Archives have expanded their collection of documents from Dickson, Archer & Thorp solicitors of Alnwick thanks to generous donations made by the Friends of National Libraries and Alnmouth Local History Society. Find out more >>

The National Archives will allow ICE officials to delete or destroy documents that detail the sexual abuse and death of undocumented immigrants, despite receiving tens of thousands of comments and hearing the objections of dozens of lawmakers.

Listen here: The National Archives Is Deleting Records About Trump’s ICE Policies

Harry wrote letters to Bess most days they were separated until the end of his life—more than 1,200 hand-written love letters. 6/6 Image Credits: Harry S. Truman Presidential Library and Museum / NARA National Archives and Records Administration

Leaders from the National Archives met with local tribal leaders Tuesday about their concerns over 1 million boxes of federal records that could be moved as far away as Missouri and California.

Coming up on #tytlive : The National Archives Is Deleting Records About Trump’s ICE Policies

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A number of people have emailed asking how we learned the National Archives had altered the photo from the 2017 Women’s March. The short answer is: chance. The little bit longer answer I’ll explain in this thread. 1/?

The US national archives - the supposed official record and repository of the nation - is now blurring and censoring historic moments? erasing/editing history to appease the powerful or placate the easily offended. History is what it is.

ACLU Deputy Legal Director Louise Melling responds to National Archives: “Apologizing is not enough. The National Archives must explain to the public why it even took the Orwellian step of trying to rewrite history and erasing women’s bodies from it, as well as who ordered it."

We made a mistake. As the National Archives of the United States, we are and have always been completely committed to preserving our archival holdings, without alteration.

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The National Archives is supposed to capture history, not erase it. Any one who was a part of this should see their job become history.

IMPORTANT: A Republican lawyer representing Steve Bannon, Don McGahn, Reince Priebus in the Russia probe and Judge Alex Kozinski on harassment allegations is deciding which of Brett Kavanaugh's records are turned over. This has NEVER been done. This is the National Archives' job.

The Presidential Records Act makes clear that White House records, including Brett Kavanaugh's, belong to the American people. Now, the National Archives is refusing to provide those records to Democrats so we can vet his nomination. This has NEVER happened. #ReleaseTheRecords 

Since Republicans have chosen secrecy over transparency, Democrats issued a FOIA request to the National Archives, seeking the full gamut of Kavanaugh’s records, including from his time as Staff Secretary. We stand ready to sue the Archives for his full records, if necessary.

Brett Kavanaugh’s deputy from the White House is deciding what documents are turned over to the Senate. This person does NOT work for the nonpartisan National Archives or the Bush Library. He works for President Bush in a personal capacity. This is unprecedented & unacceptable.

BREAKING: The National Archives won't complete its production of even the limited number of Brett Kavanaugh's records Republicans requested until OCTOBER. Republicans are trying to hide Kavanaugh's record from the American people by rushing his nomination. #ReleaseTheRecords 

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