The material contains privileged information about the US government’s attacks against Julian Assange and WikiLeaks and Stratfor’s own attempts to subvert WikiLeaks. There are more than 4,000 emails mentioning WikiLeaks or Julian Assange.
Army Pfc. Bradley Manning has been nominated for a Nobel Peace Prize, the Associated Press reports.
The halls of the State Department are haunted, not by actual ghosts, but by people who might as well be ghosts
Out of the frying pan, into the fire: Global intelligence firm Stratfor may have secured its perimeters after its servers were infiltrated late last year, but a mammoth email dump just hit the grid courtesy Wikileaks.
Whatever the outcome of the WikiLeaks suspect's trial, many of us believe he holds to a higher standard of truth than this court's
US Army analyst Bradley Manning, who is accused of leaking thousands of “classified” documents to WikiLeaks
Army Pfc. Bradley Manning, accused of providing hundreds of thousands of classified military documents and state department cables to online publisher WikiLeaks, deferred entering a plea at his arraignment today. Sitting in the Ft. Meade, Md., cou
The world famous whistleblowing group WikiLeaks claims it has documents exposing Sweden’s foreign minister Carl Bildt as an American spy and is promising to publish them soon.
After reading Lt. Col. Daniel L. Davis' first hand account of his recent time spent in Afghanistan I'm more pissed off then ever. Yet another military officer comes forward to tell the truth about yet another ill-fated war we find ourselves engaged i
“How many more men must die in support of a mission that is not succeeding?“ Colonel Davis asks in an article summarizing his views titled “Truth, Lies and Afghanistan: How Military Leaders Have Let Us Down.” It was published online Sunday in The Arm
U.S. Army Pfc. Bradley Manning, accused of leaking hundreds of thousands of diplomatic cables and war reports to WikiLeaks, will be arraigned before a military judge at Fort Meade, Maryland on Feb. 23, the Pentagon announced Thursday. Some of the
WikiLeaks suspect Bradley Manning is headed for a general court-martial, according to the commander of the U.S. Army Military District of Washington in an announcement released late Friday.
A senior Senate Republican has launched an investigation into the Food and Drug Administration’s secret e-mail monitoring of scientists who warned that unsafe medical devices were approved over their objections, saying whistleblowers often are treate
Federal investigators have concluded that supervisors at Dover Air Force Base retaliated against four civilian whistleblowers after they reported missing body parts and other failures at the mortuary that handles America’s war dead. The Office of
WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange will host a new political talk show that focuses on power brokers, revolutionaries and where the world goes next, the anti-secrecy website announced on Monday.
The Justice Department on Monday charged a former Central Intelligence Agency officer with disclosing classified information to journalists about the capture and brutal interrogation of a suspected member of Al Qaeda, Abu Zubaydah — adding another ch
Lt. Col. Almanza, who heard a series of witnesses concluded there were “reasonable grounds” to believe Private Manning committed aiding the enemy, theft of public records and computer fraud. If convicted on all charges, Private Manning could be sente
Here is a strange case. Anonymous has apparently attacked the famous, web-based Intel-analyzer Stratfor in support of WikiLeaks, and yet WikiLeaks is evidently and obviously (to us anyway) a kind of false-flag facility.
Do you remember when our current Liar-in-Chief Barack Obama said that he would support government whistleblowers? Of course, just like he said that the "first" thing he would do when he became president would be to end the war in Iraq
Lawyers for the Army intelligence analyst blamed for the biggest national security leak in American history briskly presented the entirety of his defense Wednesday, a year-and-half after the young private allegedly handed a trove of classified data t
On Bradley Manning's birthday... nearly 300 Occupy people from around the country came to Jessup, MD Fort Meade for a rally in support of Manning.
Pfc. Bradley Manning, in a military courtroom Tuesday, faced for the first time the man he apparently thought was a kindred spirit but who instead told authorities that the soldier had carried off one of the largest intelligence leaks in U.S. history
Attorneys for Army intelligence analyst Bradley Manning on Monday challenged evidence linking him to the biggest classified document leak in U.S. history, arguing others had access to the same files and that it cannot be proven Manning sent anything
A year and a half after his arrest, Bradley Manning, the US soldier accused of turning hundreds of thousands of classified US documents over to WikiLeaks, gets his first day in court on Friday.
WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange was Friday granted permission to appeal against extradition from Britain to Sweden over rape allegations and a hearing will start on February 1.
Manning, who turns 24 Saturday, has been accused of aiding the enemy, violating the Espionage Act and several lesser charges — enough to send him away for life. Aiding the enemy carries a potential death sentence, but Army officials have said they wi
A notary public who signed tens of thousands of false documents in a massive foreclosure scam before blowing the whistle on the scandal has been found dead in her Las Vegas home.
For an ongoing project called Spy files, hundreds of documents on dozens of governments and contractors have been released
Six months ago, Sen. Chuck Grassley warned federal agency administrators against targeting whistleblowers for retaliation. Today whistleblowers who worked for the agencies involved face isolation, retaliation & transfer.
Bradley Manning, the US soldier alleged to have passed a trove of military and diplomatic documents to WikiLeaks, will have a first hearing before a military court next month, the Pentagon said.