Tagged With Chelsea Manning

WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange faces broadened charges of conspiring with 'Anonymous' hackers in new federal grand jury indictment


Chelsea Manning hospitalized after a suicide attempt in jail, her legal team said


Chelsea Manning says in her first TV interview after being released from jail that the Trump administration 'clearly wants to go after journalists'



Julian Assange sentenced to 50 weeks in British prison following his dramatic expulsion from Ecuadorian Embassy


Plans to break Julian Assange out of the Ecuadorian embassy included costumes, diplomatic bags, and secret flights to Switzerland


Whistleblower Chelsea Manning is in jail again and could face up to 18 months behind bars despite facing no criminal charges



Whistleblower Chelsea Manning arrested after refusing to testify in secret WikiLeaks case


Chelsea Manning may be banned from visiting Australia because she doesn't meet the country's 'character' test


Adrian Lamo's cause of death remains a mystery -- the coroner's office doesn't know why the hacker who turned in Chelsea Manning died at age 37


Adrian Lamo, the hacker who turned in Chelsea Manning, has died at 37


Over 10,000 private Twitter messages from WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange have been leaked -- read Assange's thoughts on Hillary Clinton, Russia, and Chelsea Manning


Chelsea Manning is running for the US Senate in Maryland



Chelsea Manning really doesn't want to talk about WikiLeaks


Trump pulled a list of controversial clemencies by Clinton and Obama out of his suit jacket to defend his pardon of Joe Arpaio


Chelsea Manning blasts Trump announcement on transgender military members as 'cowardice'


Why Chelsea Manning makes her visitors put their electronics in the microwave



Who is Chelsea Manning -- the recently freed soldier-turned-leaker seen as both a hero and a traitor


MANNING: 'For the first time, I can see a future for myself as Chelsea'


WikiLeaks publishes more of the CIA's secret tools after the US threatens criminal charges against the organisation


Ecuador's presidential election could have big consequences for the fate of Wikileaks' Julian Assange