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!! "The United States in 1946 proposed to pay Denmark $100 million to buy Greenland after flirting with the idea of swapping oil-rich land in Alaska for strategic parts of the bleak Arctic island, documents in the National Archives show."

Academic Jenny Hocking is appealing a Federal Court ruling earlier this year which found that Kerr’s correspondence with the Queen was “personal” rather than “official”, upholding the position of the National Archives. The case will be heard later this year. #auspol  @australian 

The Canadian National Exhibition opens today in Toronto. Here's a look back into our archives at the "secret language" spoken by the men and women who worked the midway.

#FunFactFriday : GSA consolidated the National Archives Establishment, the Federal Works Agency & the Public Buildings Administration; the Bureau of Federal Supply & the Office of Contract Settlement; & the War Assets Administration into 1 federal agency #GSAhistory 

The trial for the man charged with stealing World War II-era dog tags from the National Archives at College Park has been postponed.

A Virginia National Guard sergeant accused of stealing WWII-era dog tags from the National Archives asked a judge to postpone his trial

A Virginia National Guard sergeant accused of stealing WWII-era dog tags from the National Archives is asking a judge to postpone his trial

A Va. National Guard sgt. asks federal judge to postpone his trial on a charge he stole World War II-era dog tags from the National Archives in Md. Robert Rumsby’s trial is scheduled to start Wednesday.

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National Guard sergeant asks judge to postpone trial on a charge he stole World War II-era dog tags from National Archives and Records Administration in Maryland

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JW 60 Seconds: John Hackett, former Director of IPS, which handles records management at the State Dept, testified that he raised concerns that Clinton’s staff had “culled out 30k” of her “personal” emails w/o following strict National Archives standards.

BREAKING: John Hackett, former Director of IPS, which handles records management at the State Dept, testified that he raised concerns that Clinton’s staff had “culled out 30k” of her “personal” emails w/o following strict National Archives standards (1/3).

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.

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 

The National Archives can't release Brett Kavanaugh's full record until late October, but Mitch McConnell wants to hold a vote on the Supreme Court nominee by October 1st. Add your name if you believe the American public deserves to see Kavanaugh's FULL RECORD.

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 

IMPORTANT: We’re asking the National Archives to release any and all documents they have from Brett Kavanaugh’s time on the staff of Ken Starr’s investigation. As an author of the Starr Report, his writings from this time are important to evaluating his nomination.

In an effort to rush through Kavanaugh’s nomination, the GOP set his confirmation hearings to begin on Sept 4—nearly 2 months before the National Archives said Kavanaugh’s documents could be released. This means no one will be able to look at his full record before the hearings.

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