Topics :: Wikileaks
- 1 thru 10 of 34
- Next »
By Jason St. Amand | Wednesday Mar 14, 2012
The UN has formally accused the United States government for cruel and inhuman treatment towards openly gay solider Bradley Manning.
By Matthew Barakat | Thursday Jun 16, 2011
A supporter of the Army private suspected of supplying classified documents to the WikiLeaks website on Wednesday refused to testify to a federal grand jury, accusing the U.S. justice department of using Nixon-like fear tactics.
By Lolita C. Baldor | Monday May 2, 2011
The intelligence analyst suspected of illegally passing government secrets to the WikiLeaks website has been found competent to stand trial, the Army said Friday.
By John Milburn | Friday Apr 29, 2011
The Army private accused of passing classified documents to WikiLeaks was cleared Thursday to live alongside other inmates at a Kansas military prison, a dramatic change from his previous quarters.
By John Milburn | Thursday Apr 28, 2011
Army officials are opening the doors to the military prison in Kansas where they are holding an Army private suspected of illegally passing U.S. government secrets to the WikiLeaks website.
By Robert Burns and Lolita C. Baldour | Thursday Apr 21, 2011
The Army private suspected of illegally passing U.S. government secrets to the WikiLeaks website was transferred Wednesday to an Army prison in Kansas from the Marine brig in Virginia where he has spent the past nine months.
By Lolita C. Baldour | Wednesday Apr 20, 2011
The Army private suspected of giving classified data to WikiLeaks is being moved to a state-of-the-art facility at Fort Leavenworth in Kansas, where Pentagon officials said more extensive mental, emotional and physical health care will be available.
By Ben Nuckols | Tuesday Mar 22, 2011
Wearing T-shirts and carrying signs bearing the smiling image of Army Pfc. Bradley Manning, hundreds of people rallied Sunday outside the base where he’s being detained on charges of providing classified data to Wikileaks.
By Kilian Melloy | Monday Mar 7, 2011
The soldier facing charges in connection with allegedly leaking U.S. diplomatic cables and other sensitive documents is being subjected to "ritual humiliation" in a manner that echoes the outrages of Abu Ghraib.
By Jill Lawless | Tuesday Jan 11, 2011
WikiLeaks will step up its publication schedule of secret documents, founder Julian Assange announced Tuesday, promising more revelations based on the group’s stash of confidential U.S. embassy cables and other leaks.
- 1 thru 10 of 34
- Next »