Transparency

Chelsea Manning Gives Rare Prison Statement

On the eve of her fourth Thanksgiving behind bars — and the first since being sentenced in August to 35 years in prison — Army whistleblower Chelsea Manning says she’s thankful for fellow seekers of truth and justice who “dare to ask tough questions.”

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Fiber-Optic Cables

People knowledgeable about Google and Yahoo’s infrastructure say they believe that government spies bypassed the big Internet companies and hit them at a weak spot

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White House Reporters Revolt

The nation’s largest news organizations lodged a complaint Thursday against the White House for imposing unprecedented limitations on photojournalists covering President Barack Obama, which they say have harmed the public’s ability to monitor its own government

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Washington Times Sues DHS Over Seizure of Reporter’s Notes

The Washington Times and one of its former journalists have sued the Department of Homeland Security, accusing federal agents of illegally seizing the newspaper’s reporting materials during the execution of a search warrant in an unrelated case

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Poll: Only 7% of Americans Want Obamacare “Kept in Place.”

A fascinating number in Wednesday’s CBS poll is that only 7% of the American public want ObamaCare “kept in place.”

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East Africa Targets Journalists and Their Freedoms

In Kenya, one of the continent’s bastions of democracy, a new bill threatens to impose stiff penalties on journalists for articles deemed harmful by the government

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America’s Plan to Kill Internet Privacy Rights

The US and its key intelligence allies are quietly working behind the scenes to kneecap a mounting movement in the UN to promote a universal human right to online privacy

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The Town FEMA Denied

Ocean Grove has been denied rebuilding funds from FEMA, the Federal Emergency Management Agency

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2012 Jobs Numbers Faked Prior to Election

U.S. government job numbers were intentionally skewed to paint a brighter economic picture in the lead-up to the 2012 presidential election, a source told the New York Post.

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NSA Overwhelmed with FOIA Requests

Fueled by the Edward Snowden scandal, more Americans than ever are asking the NSA if their personal life is being spied on

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