If Trump isn’t interested, maybe the Biden administration could get started with a few acts of mercy.
U.S. officials claim their espionage laws apply to the world, but constitutional protections do not.
Fears of contracting COVID-19 in prison are not enough, Justice Department says
She was imprisoned for a year as she resisted a grand jury's investigation of WikiLeaks.
She’s nearly three years into a five-year sentence for releasing classified documents showing Russian attempts to hack U.S. election systems.
Plus: Jeff Sessions and Michael Bloomberg won't go quietly, Facebook's forbidden emojis, a win for raw milk sellers, and more...
Yes, Trump (and everybody else) has a right to face their accusers when they’re charged with crimes. But that hasn’t actually happened.
Plus: Intent "doesn't matter" on social media?, an interesting productivity experiment, prostitution arrests, PragerU's lawsuit, internet access progress, and more...
The House Ways and Means Committee is investigating evidence that Trump may have attempted to influence the mandatory IRS audit conducted on sitting presidents.
Plus: Trump slashes number of refugees allowed in next year, big cities are shedding millennials, and more...
Lawmakers can’t outsource presidential oversight responsibilities to the executive branch.
Plus: how Paul Manafort may be involved, the Crowdstrike conspiracy theory, and more...
Report: James Comey Broke FBI Rules by Leaking Trump Memos, but He Didn't Reveal Classified Info to the Press
Partisans, to your battle stations!
The police conducted two searches in two days to track down who is leaking things leaders don’t want the public to know.
He Helped Reveal How U.S. Drone Strikes Were Killing Innocents. The Feds Just Charged Him With Espionage.
Another intelligence analyst who leaked important information to the public is treated like a traitor.
The House report will make you feel sorry for TSA employees against your will.
The Australian government previously banned Snoop Dogg for failing to meet the standards of a character test.
The woman who leaked a report showing Russian attempts to infiltrate voting systems gets the longest sentence ever imposed for her offense.
Ignore the Salaciousness of the Ali Watkins Affair. The Real Story Is Feds Spying on a New York Times Reporter.
Trump extends Obama's war on leakers, jeopardizing a free press.
Would she have gotten a better deal if she hadn't been denied bail?
After a Year Stuck in Jail, Reality Winner to Accept Plea Deal for Leaking NSA Report on Russian Election Meddling
Our terrible federal espionage laws won't let her argue the leak served the public's interest.
Imprisoning people who reveal top-secret reports has become business as usual. Should it be?
Whistleblower who helped make WikiLeaks famous freed after seven years.
America's score drops while Trump administration considers charges against WikiLeaks.
Yes, they're even spying on the president.
When transparency and government corruption can come from the same mechanism.
The 'fake news' fight a way to try to downplay embarrassing information coming from within.
Proposal seen as targeting whistleblowers and journalists.
The department asked 440,410 vets for the wrong information. Now their health care claims might be purged from the system.
WebOps, the U.S. online counter-propaganda program, appears to employ Arabic analysts who barely speak Arabic.
Given the administration's treatment of whistleblowers, this would be a big deal.
In the halls of power, how classified information is handled is ultimately less important than who's handling it.
No, but there's a strong pragmatic and libertarian case for honest transparency in government action and conduct.
Reason TV sits down with Jon Favreau for a spirited discussion of Trump's rhetoric and Obama's record on mass surveillance, whistleblowers, drugs, & drones.
The Obama administration's record on free expression lies in contrast with the president's advice to college kids.
The national security whistleblower talks to the Free State Project from an undisclosed location in Russia.
Jesselyn Radack reveals what happens when whistleblowers go through those "proper channels" we're always hearing about.
VA Scandal: 'Medical records of whistleblowers have been accessed and…used to attempt to discredit the whistleblowers'
When they accumulate and store all of our sensitive information, officials are also arming themselves against us