The latest news on WikiLeaks
The former lawmaker interviewed Julian Assange in August.
'The Fifth Estate' gets bogged down by a heavy-handed script.
It’s possible limited legal protections would shrink further, legal and media experts say.
FORT MEADE, Md. (AP) — Bradley Manning plans to live as a woman named Chelsea and wants to begin hormone therapy as soon as possible, the soldier said Thursday, a day after being sentenced to 35 years in prison for sending classified material to WikiLeaks.
The soldier was sentenced to 35 years for releasing secret government documents.
Sentence will be reduced by time already served, will be dishonorably discharged from Army.
Manning helped our enemies in the battle of ideas.
The ones who should be tried for crimes are in the Bush administration.
Today's ruling sets up a new avenue for charging whistleblowers.
Technology, not laws, may be the best way to prevent leaks.