“We're going to be strategizing and doing everything possible to protect democracy.”
The man who leaked the Pentagon Papers talks Ukraine, blowing the whistle in 2019, and why you should never leak to the government.
A park safety manager reveals that three buckets of uranium ore were sitting in a museum storage basement, starting in 2000.
Britt Marie Hermes became disenchanted with naturopathy when she saw profits being valued over patients.
A political advocacy group, 314, set up the hotline with a law firm to help scientists raise alarms if needed.
Under the new law, judges won’t issue search warrants against journalists unless there’s no other ‘reasonable way’ for police to obtain the same information
A Danish exhibition showcases multimedia work about vigilantes like Chelsea Manning, Julian Assange, and Edward Snowden.
The military whistleblower was sentenced to 35 years in prison, where she was subjected to treatment deemed "cruel and inhuman." In one of his final acts as President, Barack Obama reduced Manning's sentence to time served.
Their lawyer thinks the decision was linked to the Snowden case.
The state's Senate is considering the bill and is expected to vote on it this week.
A guide for federal employees who need to get something off their chests.