“I Would Rather Starve to Death”: Chelsea Manning Heads Back to Jail after Refusing to Testify Again
The U.S. whistleblower recently spent 62 days in jail.
Chelsea Manning is out of solitary confinement, reps say
Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez had come to Manning’s defense on Tuesday and said her current imprisonment was “torture.”
AOC calls for Chelsea Manning’s release: “Solitary confinement is torture”
Manning's supporters say she's been in solitary confinement for 26 days after refusing to testify before a grand jury.
Chelsea Manning jailed for refusing to testify about WikiLeaks
Manning told a federal judge that she would accept whatever punishment he handed down.
The U.S. Catholic Church is facing an unprecedented wave of sex abuse investigations
On Wednesday, Virginia became at least the 15th state where officials have announced a plan to investigate sex abuse allegations within the Catholic Church.
12 Russian intelligence operatives indicted for hacking the U.S. election
The charges center around allegations that Russian spies hacked the computer systems of the Democratic National Committee.
Mueller just slapped a subpoena on the Trump Organization, report says
It's the first time the Russia investigation is looking into the president's business.
What happened in the Russia investigation while you weren't watching
President Donald Trump faced a whole mess of developments this week in Special Counsel Robert Mueller's Russia investigation.
People Keep Getting Charged With a Crime for Selling Bitcoin
We called a lawyer to find out when selling bitcoin is "operating an illegal money transmission business" in the eyes of the law.
PREMIERE: Esmé Patterson's "Feel Right"
The Portland-based singer announces her new third album 'We Were Wild' with this first tune—perky pop with claws.
Kim Taylor Bennett
My Regrets As a Juror Who Sent a Man to Death Row
If I could have done anything, it would have been to deadlock the jury—but I didn't have the personal strength to do it.
Sven Berger as told to Maurice Chammah
It's Been Four Years Since the NYPD Shot an Unarmed Teen in His Own Home — And the Call for Justice Just Got Louder
On the fourth anniversary of the police shooting of Ramarley Graham in the Bronx, protesters and the teen’s family called for federal prosecutors to convene a grand jury in the case.