Rolling Stone journalist Michael Hastings’ body was cremated against his family’s wishes, destroying potential evidence that could have contradicted the explanation that he died as a result of an accident, according to a San Diego 6 reporter
Lindsey Graham Urges US to Boycott 2014 Winter Olympics
A former employee of Florida State Attorney Angela Corey's office plans to file a whistleblower lawsuit against George Zimmerman's prosecutors. The action will put pressure on Corey, who already faces criticism from some legal experts,
So what's next for the American? Former CIA analyst Ray McGovern joins us to discuss the possible outcome.
Russian President Vladimir Putin has accused the United States of trapping American intelligence leaker Edward Snowden at a Moscow airport.
On the main charge, Manning's lawyer argued Manning could have sold the documents, which included battlefield reports and State Dept cables, or given them to the enemy. Instead, he gave them to WikiLeaks in an attempt to "spark reform"
Circuit Judge Debra Nelson seemed intent on the most recent charge of withholding text messages to want to avoid the issue, but she earlier held a sanctions hearing with the testimony of the man who brought the violation to the attention of the defen
Snowden has highly sensitive documents on how the National Security Agency is structured and operates; "literally thousands of documents" taken by Snowden constitute "basically the instruction manual for how the NSA is built."
As a way to improve its image in the wake of a massive bribery scandal, Redflex Traffic Systems encourages employees to come forward and report wrongdoing at the second-largest provider of red light cameras and speed cameras.
There are grey areas between shipping Snowden back to the United States and giving him a platform as a high-profile dissident in Moscow, of course. For example, Putin’s earlier offer to Snowden, asylum conditioned on ending the leaks, lets Putin save
Journalist Barrett Brown spent his 300th day behind bars this week on a range of charges filed after he used information obtained by the hacker group Anonymous to report on the operations of private intelligence firms.
Snowden said Friday that he has no regrets over leaking details about U.S. electronic spying networks and is seeking temporary asylum in Russia until he can reach one of the Latin American countries that has offered to take him in.
The Edward Snowden affair has turned into something of a global diplomatic third rail: all who touch it get burned.
A whistleblower has come forward to claim that members of the State Department engaged in illegal activities. Computers from the whistleblower's lawyers have been stolen. Is this a random act, or part of a State Department coverup?
NSA leaker & former CIA employee Edward Snowden has asked for political asylum in Russia, saying he could not fly to Latin America, according to Human Rights Watch representative who met the whistleblower.
Former intelligence agency contractor Edward Snowden will seek temporary political asylum in Russia, according to human rights groups that met him on Friday.
National Security Agency leak source Edward Snowden, who leaked a trove of agency secrets and sparked a debate over government surveillance, is meeting with human rights officials in the Moscow's Sheremetyevo international airport's transit zone.
Karen Hudes (World Bank Whistleblower) comes on to talk about the corruption in the World Bank - Shahid Buttar (Bill Of Rights Defense Committee) on the rule of law in America - Kathy Inman (State Director of NORML in AZ) provides an update on mariju
Aviation experts say that even if Snowden accepts the tentative offers of Venezuela, Nicaragua or Bolivia to give him shelter, it's virtually impossible to chart a flight plan to those nations that doesn't include traveling over or refueling in a U.S
Huge Shift as Americans Say Policies Have Gone Too Far
The soldier accused of the biggest leak of classified material in U.S. history chose not to testify at his court-martial on Wednesday, when the defense rested its case. U.S. Army Private First Class Bradley Manning, 25, is charged with disclosing
To Washington Post columnist Walter Pincus (7/9/13), something about NSA whistleblower Edward Snowden just doesn't smell right.
In an initiative aimed at rooting out future leakers and other security violators, President Obama ordered federal employees to report suspicious actions of their colleagues based on unproven behavioral profiling techniques
Private First Class Bradley Manning, accused of releasing more than 700,000 classified files to WikiLeaks, had nothing to stop him from installing software for the high-speed download of secret State Department cables, the witnesses said.
Lawyers for an Army private who gave mountains of classified information to WikiLeaks opened their defense at his court-martial Monday with leaked video of a U.S. helicopter attack in Baghdad _ footage in which airmen laugh and call targets "dead bas
President Maduro offers to protect NSA whistleblower 'from persecution by the empire' and rejects US extradition request
Venezuela is offering "humanitarian asylum" to U.S. National Security Agency leaker Edward Snowden, President Nicolás Maduro said Friday, suggesting his country could offer the leaker a way out .....
Fixations on denouncing Edward Snowden distract, by design, from the serious transgressions of those who are far more powerful
President Evo Morales has warned that he could close the US Embassy in Bolivia as South America's leftist leaders rallied to support him after his presidential plane was re-routed amid suspicions that NSA leaker Edward Snowden was on board.
In 2010 the National Security Agency (NSA) taught Edward Snowden how to turn the world's largest spy agency inside out.