Beginning tomorrow in a British courtroom, the United States will begin the process of having Julian Assange extradited to the United States to face espionage and other charges.
Chelsea Manning is in jail for refusing to comply with a Grand Jury subpoena apparently related to an ongoing investigation of Julian Assange and Wikileaks.
A filing in an unrelated case has apparently revealed the existence of a sealed indictment against Wikileaks founder Julian Assange.
The Harvard Kennedy School pulled its Visiting Fellowship from the controversial figure after predictable outcry.
A potentially controversial commutation from President Obama today.
What is the deal with the love-fest for Julian Assange?
A treasure trove of documents from a law firm in Panama could prove problematic for a large group of international leaders.
Thanks to Edward Snowden, the Washington Post and the Guardian are Pulitzer Prize winners.
The Justice Department is reportedly not planning to prosecute Wikileaks founder Julian Assange in connection with the Bradley Manning case.
Does the Attorney General really think advocacy is a crime?
Why the federal government is so bad at information technology and getting worse by the day.
So much for the most transparent Administration in history.
Bradley Manning’s announcement that she wishes to begin living life as a woman poses some interesting legal questions.
Convicted felon Bradley Manning has announced that she’d like to spend her confinement as Chelsea Manning.
Bradley Manning was acquitted of the most serious charge against him, but is still likely to spend most of his life in prison.
Bradley Manning will learn his fate at 1 pm tomorrow. He’s guilty.
The conviction of Marine Sergeant Lawrence Hutchins III for war crimes in 2006 has been overturned.
Meet Edward Snowden, the 29 year old CIA/NSA contractor who has confessed to leaking the details of the NSA’s data mining projects.
Starting today, the fate of Pfc. Bradley Manning is on trial in a courtroom at Fort Meade, Maryland.
The Obama Administration’s aggressive pursuit of leaks is threatening freedom of the press.
Rand Paul’s filibuster is one that all American’s should thank him for that.
Bradley Manning has pleaded guilty to 10 charges stemming from turning classified documents over to WikiLeaks.
Mitt Romney is a deeply flawed candidate, but that doesn’t mean the President is any better.
A Federal Court rejects an effort to significantly expand the application of a law designed to target computer hacking.
We’re literally choosing locking up drug offenders over investing in our children.
The antiwar movement has been strangely silent despite the fact that U.S. foreign policy hasn’t really changed that much since Barack Obama became President.
Philippa Thomas has a fascinating take on how she broke the news of (now former) State Department P.J. Crowley’s condemnation of the Obama administration’s treatment of Bradley Manning.
In just over a decade, America has gone from a bipartisan consensus that torture and brutality are bad to a bipartisan consensus that they’re necessary.
Pfc. Bradley Manning is being treated worse than a Prisoner Of War, and he hasn’t been convicted of a crime yet.
The saga of accused Wikileaks conspirator Bradley Manning continues to get uglier, with the military acknowledging that he was forced to spend the day naked for, well, no apparent reason.
Pfc. Bradley Manning faces twenty-two new charges, including one that could put him before a firing squad, but investigators still can’t prove any direct links between him and Wikileaks.