WikiLeaks has published the ‘Kissinger Cables’: its largest public release of documents in nearly a year, totaling some 1.7 million classified files, including information on the US’s secret diplomatic history.
A former Rutgers University employee who made public the video that led to the basketball coach's dismissal and the athletic director's resignation has filed a whistleblower lawsuit against the university.
Whistleblower Bradley Manning has been nominated for the Nobel Peace Prize, and he should receive it. No individual has done more to push back against what Martin Luther King Jr. called "the madness of militarism" than Bradley Manning. And right
Diplomat brings up subject of WikiLeaks founder taking refuge in embassy at meeting with Kerry McCarthy MP
Fritz Springmeier is a well-known author who has written among other things a series of 7 books on the Illuminati, three of which dealt with trauma-based mind control. Hearing a call on his life to be a watchman, he left the Amish to step back into t
This is really a follow-up from my previous article on the government-media complex’s continuing war propaganda.
First time the public has heard Manning's voice since his initial arrest in early 2010
Freedom of the Press Foundation is publishing the full, previously unreleased audio recording of Private First Class Bradley Manning’s speech to the military court in Ft. Meade about his motivations for leaking over 700,000 government documents
Harvard University administrators offered an explanation for secretly searching resident dean emails last fall for the source of a leak to the media about a cheating scandal, saying the searches were done to protect confidential student information.
February 1st 2013 the entire parliamentary group of The Movement in the Icelandic Parliament, the Pirates of the EU; representatives from the Swedish Pirate Party, the former Secretary of State in Tunisia for Sport & Youth nominated Private Bradley M
Los Angeles police officers bought and sold guns from the police armory for profit, and told the lieutenant in charge of the armory to "watch his back" after he reported it, the 25-year LAPD veteran claims in court.
"He came to view much of what the Army told him — and the public — to be false, such as the suggestion the military had destroyed a graphic video of an aerial assault in Iraq that killed civilians, or that WikiLeaks was a nefarious entity. . . .
"I believed and still believe these are some of the most important documents of our time," Manning said in a statement
Bradley Manning is going to jail for 20 years not because he did this, but because he exposed this. If you haven't seen the video, please spare the time for Bradley. He's sentenced to 20 years in a cage because of it. Can you spare 17 minutes to find
In pleading guilty to 10 charges of misusing classified material, the soldier tells the court he intended to spark a debate on U.S. foreign policy. He is expected to face 20 years in prison and a dishonorable discharge.
After admitting guilt in 10 of 22 charges, soldier reveals how he came to share classified documents with WikiLeaks and talks of 'bloodlust' of US helicopter crew
Wearing his Army dress uniform, a composed, intense and articulate Pfc. Bradley Manning took “full responsibility” Thursday for providing the anti-secrecy organization WikiLeaks with a trove of classified and sensitive military, diplomatic and ......
Whistleblower reads prepared statement: Wanted documents to reveal "true costs of war"
A former Morgan Stanley broker who tried to blow the whistle on what he called unethical sales practices, and was later ordered to pay $1.2 million following his departure, is seeking his day in federal court.
A Richmond police officer who reported fellow cops for allegedly threatening President Barack Obama and First Lady Michelle Obama has been fired from his job on the force.
Remember that big, ballyhooed mortgage settlement of early last year?
February 23 marks the 1000th day in which alleged WikiLeaks whistleblower, 24-year-old US Army intelligence officer Bradley Manning, has been jailed by US authorities without trial.
When the Australian Broadcasting Company published an investigative story about an Australian citizen and Israeli spy who died while being secretly detained in Israel, Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu's office called it "very embarrassing to a certa
Ex-cop Christopher Dorner allegedly killed the daughter of a former LAPD captain and her fiancé before declaring war on the department in an online manifesto.
Abby Martin sits down with former NSA whistleblower, Thomas Drake, about his personal story as a whistleblower and what he describes as a 'total betrayal' by part of the government.
A former manager for one of the biggest US defense contractors says he was removed from his job after accusing his higher-ups of defrauding the government. Cornelius Hosch, the one-time head of counter-IED intelligence for BAE Systems Information
Ray McGovern (ex CIA analyst) provides insight into Colin Powell 10 years later - Derrick J Freeman on documentary video, 'Derrick J's Victimless Crime Spree - Dana Siegelman (daughter of former Alabama Gov, Don Siegelman) on 'Writing the Wrongs'
It’s now obvious to everyone that – even though criminal fraud dominates Wall Street – the Obama administration refuses to prosecute white collar crime.
Attempted to infiltrate country in hunt for WikiLeaks.
Alan Fisher is an award-winning correspondent who has reported from across the world.