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A former team leader of Army Pfc. Bradley Manning testified Tuesday that she told superiors on several occasions that Manning should not be allowed to handle classified information or be sent to Iraq, but her warnings apparently went unheeded. Manning,...
Tags: Bradley Manning, Afghanistan, Mark Johnson, Punishment, Prisons
With economies around the world teetering, we must solve our security threats with an eye not only on reducing danger but also on how our actions affect job creation and retention. This applies especially to Iran. A war with Tehran — or an Iran with...
Now that the so-called supercommittee has failed in its task to find $1.2 trillion in budget cuts over the next decade, if Congress does not manage to reach a deal before 2013, across-the-board cuts will be implemented. These cuts would hit the military...
During the 1960s, baby boomers were a part of social revolution. Almost a half-century later, they’re a part of another social revolution, but this time it’s social media, as older generations are turning to sites like Facebook and Twitter...
Former National Security Agency employee Thomas Drake accepted a plea deal Thursday that cleared him of espionage charges stemming from an alleged leak of classified information to a Baltimore Sun reporter who wrote about waste and mismanagement at the...
Tags: Bradley Manning, Punishment, Trials, National Security, Prisons
A military hearing for Army Pfc. Bradley Manning, the former intelligence analyst accused of giving classified materials about the wars in Afghanistan and Iraq to WikiLeaks, has been scheduled for next month at Fort Meade. The primary purpose of the...
Legislation drafted by Sen. Benjamin L. Cardin to update the 1917 Espionage Act has angered public disclosure advocates who say the proposal would make it harder for federal employees to expose government fraud and abuse. The bill would clarify a murky...
The United States continues to ignore the thwarted Arab Spring in Bahrain. Recently, a quasi-military court in the small Gulf state sentenced 20 doctors and nurses to up to 15 years in jail. The charge against them? Treating injured demonstrators opposing...
Sixteen Japanese youngsters left the Ripken Youth Baseball Academy in Aberdeen Wednesday laden with gifts from their host, Baseball Hall of Famer Cal Ripken Jr. As a U.S. State Department Public Diplomacy Envoy since 2007, Ripken has traveled to China...
Tags: Little League Baseball, Cal Ripken, Japan, Athletes, Aberdeen
Two Bhutanese refugees were shot, one of them fatally, in an apparent robbery in Northeast Baltimore, one of two double shootings investigated by Baltimore police Tuesday night. Big Bahadur Gurung, 20, had emigrated two months ago, after being given...
Sharon VanDyke's phone rang Monday afternoon, but after quickly dispensing with the call, she said, sadly, "Well, it wasn't Matthew." The wait continues for the retired principal, who has searched for the past five months for her son, a 32-year-old...
Tags: NATO, Prisons, Libya, Turkey, Muammar Gaddafi
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