Wikileaks began on Sunday November 28th publishing 251,287 leaked United States embassy cables, the largest set of confidential documents ever to be released into the public domain.
STOCKHOLM — Whistleblowing website WikiLeaks said Monday it was planning to publish nearly three million more secret documents in its next mass release of confidential material, according to its Twitter feed.
For the second time this year, federal inspectors have dismissed allegations by Food and Drug Administration scientists who say they were pressured and harassed by their managers into approving medical devices against their judgment. The office of
Hour 1 - Ray McGovern - is a retired CIA officer turned political activist. "How Truth Can Save Lives" / Hour 3 - Brad Friedman - BradBlog.com - November 2nd 2010 Elections
Al-Jazeera on Friday released what it called "startling new information" from US documents obtained by WikiLeaks, alleging state-sanctioned Iraqi torture and the killing of hundreds of civilians at US military checkpoints.
The Wikileaks Iraq war logs bring to light previously unknown incidents involving military contractors like Blackwater, acting with legal immunity, which resulted in deaths of civilians during the occupation of Iraq
The U.S. military long has maintained that it does not keep an official death tally, but earlier this month following a Freedom of Information Act request, the Pentagon said some 77,000 Iraqis had been killed from 2004 to mid-2008 -- a shorter period
The WikiLeaks website appears close to releasing what the Pentagon fears is the largest cache of secret U.S. documents in history - hundreds of thousands of intelligence reports compiled after the 2003 invasion of Iraq.
She was known as "the M&M lady," for decorating her office cubicle with keepsakes of the confection's advertising characters.
A former US soldier in Iraq has come forward with video of his fellow soldiers subjecting Iraqi detainees to what he describes as "mental, emotional, degrading" abuse. US Army Specialist Ethan McCord was a member of Bravo Company, 2nd Battalion, 1
Judge Napolitano interviews Lt. Col. Anthony Shaffer, Author of "Operation Dark Heart" - the book the Pentagon tried to buy up all the copies of when it came out...
NYPD officer Schoolcraft's description of being taken in handcuffs to a psychiatric ward suggests the nation's largest police force could have a vindictive underbelly. He blew the whistle on supervisors' faking of crime statistics to make the stats l
Secret-spilling site Cryptome was hacked over the weekend, possibly exposing the identities of whistleblowers and other confidential sources, according to a hacker who contacted Wired.com and claimed responsibility for the breach.
Rick Goldsmith-1 of the Directors of: "The Most Dangerous Man in America: Daniel Ellsberg and the Pentagon Papers" / Bob Shultz-Time Mag Article / Liberty Walk / Rebecca Jeschke-Media Relations Director Electronic Frontier Foundation
A domino chain of resignations at the secret-spilling site WikiLeaks followed a unilateral decision by autocratic founder Julian Assange to schedule an October release of 392,000 classified U.S. documents from the war in Iraq, according to former Wik
'They don't have the balls to fight ... they hide like women'
Documentary maker joins Daniel Ellsberg of Pentagon papers fame to head worldwide protests over WikiLeaks prosecution
Ever heard of neurolinguistic programming? I hadn't - until today. Interesting...Entered By: Ed Vallejo
More than one quarter of the translators working alongside American soldiers in Afghanistan failed language proficiency exams but were sent onto the battlefield anyway, according to a former employee of the company that holds contracts worth up to $1
911 deja vu. Just like at ground zero, when people were told the air was safe to breath, the criminals at the EPA are covering up for BP's actions in the Gulf.
A senior Swedish prosecutor reopened a rape investigation against WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange on Wednesday, the latest twist to a puzzling case in which prosecutors of different ranks have overruled each other.
Big Government is soooo going to do some more stupid shit in response to all of this.... Truth
WikiLeaks, the whistle-blower website that infuriated the Pentagon when it published thousands of classified military reports, said on Tuesday it will release another document soon.
Australian intelligence services had warned WikiLeaks of "dirty tricks" before Swedish authorities issued a short-lived arrest warrant for founder Julian Assange over a rape claim, Assange said in a interview with Al-Jazeera from a secret location in
Swedish prosecutors said they made no mistakes in issuing an arrest warrant for rape against the founder of WikiLeaks, and withdrawing it a day later. Wikileaks founder Julian Assange said the short-lived warrant damaged his group nonetheless.
"He should get in contact with police so that he can be confronted with the suspicions," authorities say. "The next step is that we interrogate him." No shit.
Swedish authorities have issued an arrest warrant for Wikileaks founder Julian Assange on suspicion of molestation and rape. Assange wrote: "The charges are without basis and their issue at this moment is deeply disturbing."
Michael Vaughn represents Prince George's County, home of the Washington Redskins. In the heart of Redskins country, Vaughn boasted on his website that he played for the Dallas Cowboys for three years. Big mistake.
Manning deserves and needs our praise and support