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Justice officials say that prosecuting WikiLeaks founder would mean going after news organizations, too.
Wikileaks founder Julian Assange is not under indictment, officials say, but organization says it’s skeptical.
Taking a look at recent headlines, it’s obvious that the Obama administration is incapable of guaranteeing the security of our personal and confidential information within the Obamacare system.
As world leaders debate whether to retaliate against Syria for allegedly using chemical weapons, the "Syrian Presidency" Instagram site has been posting pictures of first lady Asma al-Assad doing good deeds among her people.
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Roy S. Gutterman
With a single dissent, Oliver Wendell Holmes Jr., transformed the definition of the First Amendment
Manning seeks presidential pardon for leaking information; instruments could have spread rare brain disease.
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The case highlights the need for wider tolerance for transgender individuals.
It is not known whether Manning, who has not started the therapy, will be allowed the medication in prison.
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The former Army private says he’s a woman, leaving the press grappling with pronouns.
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Aaron Blake and Julie Tate
The soldier who leaked documents wants to be called “Chelsea” and begin hormone therapy.