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Trump Management Company

This release consists of FBI materials on an investigation conducted between 1972 and 1974 into allegations that the Trump Management Company had discriminated against applicants for apartment rentals on account of their race.

FBI Recreational Association(s) 0465D

The FBI Recreation Association (FBIRA) began in 1931 as the FBI Athletic Association, operating in cooperation with the Bureau to serve FBI employees. This directive established the current policy for the official recognition and support of FBI Recreational Associations in the Bureau. It became effective 12/13/2011.

Contract for Assistance Regarding Syed Farooks iPhone

On December 2, 2015, Syed Farook and his wife attacked their co-workers at a San Bernardino Department of Public Works office party, killing 14 and injuring 20. During the subsequent investigation, FBI personnel obtained an encrypted cell phone owned by Farook. This release consists of FBI documents from 2016 related to obtaining a contract with a third party to access the data on Farook's phone.

D. B. Cooper

On November 24, 1971, a man calling himself Dan Cooper, a.k.a. D.B. Cooper, bought a one-way ticket on a flight bound for Seattle, Washington. While the flight was en-route, he hijacked the plane and made several demands. Later, while the plane was in the air, he jumped out of it with a parachute and the ransom money he had been given. He was never found. This release consists of FBI's investigative files from its search for "Cooper" between November 1971 and May 1992.

Asian American Political Alliance

Asian American Political Alliance - The Asian American Political Alliance was a protest group formed at the University of California, Berkeley, in 1968. This release covers the FBI investigation of the group and its leaders from 1969 through 1972. The FBI was especially interested in the contact the group or its members had with Chinese communists abroad.

FBI Assistance Provided to Local Law Enforcement During the Black Lives Matter Movement

This release consists of FBI materials concerning assistance provided to local law enforcement agencies during the Black Lives Matter demonstrations in July and August 2016.

FOIA Requests Containing the Word Trump

This release consists of a listing of Freedom of Information Act requests seeking material containing the word Trump. Some requests in this list may not pertain to Donald Trump.

Muhammad Ali

Muhammad Ali, born Cassius Clay, (1942-2016) was a famed Olympian, professional boxer and noted public figure. This release consists of materials from FBI files that show Ali's relationship with the Nation of Islam in 1966.

Naming and Commemorating FBI Buildings and Spaces 0910D

On August 14, 2016, the FBI promulgated a policy directive on "Naming and Commemorating FBI Buildings and Spaces."

William J. Clinton Foundation

This initial release consists of material from the FBI's files related to the William J. Clinton Foundation, a non-profit 501(c)(3) organization. The bulk of these records come from a 2001 FBI investigation into the pardon of Marc Rich (1934-2013), aka Marcell David Reich, by President Clinton in 2001; it was closed in 2005. The material is heavily redacted due to personal privacy protections and grand jury secrecy rules.
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