Chelsea Manning

Chelsea Elizabeth Manning (born Bradley Edward Manning, December 17, 1987) is an American activist, whistleblower, politician, and former United States Army soldier. She was convicted by court-martial in July 2013 of violations of the Espionage Act and other offenses, after disclosing to WikiLeaks nearly 750,000 classified, or unclassified but sensitive, military and diplomatic documents, and was imprisoned between 2010 and 2017.
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  • Inside Mueller’s New Army
    The Daily Beast

    Inside Mueller’s New Army

    As the special counsel zeroes in on Russia’s online arsonists, he’s brought in a new crew of cyberspy fighters—and a straight-up street crime prosecutor, too.

  • 25 Jokes You Will Only Get If You Care Way Too Much About Your Hair
    BuzzFeed

    25 Jokes You Will Only Get If You Care Way Too Much About Your Hair

    It's like ... you WANT long hair but short hair is so in and trendy rn. But every time you have short hair you want long hair, and when you have long hair you have this wild desire to just CHOP IT ALL OFF. Anyway, have a good day.

  • Conahan seeks clemency on prison sentence
    The Citizens' Voice

    Conahan seeks clemency on prison sentence

    SCRANTON — Disgraced former kids-for-cash judge Michael T. Conahan is seeking clemency on the 17½-year federal prison sentence he is serving. Conahan, 66, pleaded guilty to racketeering conspiracy charges in the scandal and has been behind bars since he was sentenced in September 2011. A searchable database on the Department of Justice's website that was made public in March shows Conahan has a pending request for a sentence commutation, or reduction. The database does not provide any information about the reason for the request. Justice Department spokeswoman Nicole Navas Oxman said the Office of the Pardon Attorney does not disclose where in the process a case is pending. Conahan and fellow

  • Sen. Ben Cardin Wins Primary Over Chelsea Manning, 6 Others
    CBS Baltimore

    Sen. Ben Cardin Wins Primary Over Chelsea Manning, 6 Others

    Sen. Ben Cardin Wins Primary Over Chelsea Manning, 6 Others Some incumbent Democrats have felt heat this election cycle as they faced self-styled progressive challengers from the left. Ben Cardin, a popular and well-funded U.S. senator in Maryland, was never one of them.

  • Sen. Ben Cardin wins primary over Chelsea Manning, 6 others
    Standard-Examiner

    Sen. Ben Cardin wins primary over Chelsea Manning, 6 others

    BALTIMORE (AP) — Some incumbent Democrats have felt heat this election cycle as they faced self-styled progressive challengers from the left. Ben Cardin, a popular and well-funded U.S. senator in Maryland, was never one of them. On Tuesday, Cardin handily won a primary in his bid for a third Senate term, beating convicted leaker Chelsea Manning and six other longshot challengers. Celebrating in Baltimore, Cardin told The Associated Press he's humbled by the “overwhelming vote of trust” from Maryland's Democrats. He was already looking forward to the campaign for November's general elections. Tony Campbell of Baltimore County defeated 10 other candidates for the Republican nomination. “I'm confident,

  • Free Assange – OpEd
    Eurasia Review

    Free Assange – OpEd

    Last week, rallies in support of Julian Assange were held around the world. We participated in two #AssangeUnity events seeking to #FreeAssange in Washington, DC. This is the beginning of a new phase of the campaign to stop the persecution of Julian Assange and allow him to leave the Ecuadorian Embassy in London without the threat of being arrested in the UK or facing prosecution by the United States. The Assange Case is a Linchpin For Freedom of the Press and Freedom of Information in the 21st Century The threat of prosecution against Julian Assange for his work as editor-in-chief of WikiLeaks will be a key to defining what Freedom of the Press means in the 21st Century. Should people be allowed

  • Set It Up: Pizza
    Internet Video Archive

    Set It Up: Pizza

  • Looking To Grant Clemency To More Prisoners, White House Asks Advocates For Names
    NPR

    Looking To Grant Clemency To More Prisoners, White House Asks Advocates For Names

    Advocates for prisoners from several groups tell NPR that White House officials have privately asked them for potential candidates for clemency, and they have offered dozens of names. The outreach came in the wake of President Trump's recent spate of pardons and commutations — most of which were granted to public figures or individuals who had received a lot of media attention. The advocates, who declined to be identified due to the sensitivity of the issue, said they are now waiting for the next move from the White House, and it's unclear what type of process the administration may adopt to manage these clemency requests. They said Trump's son-in-law and White House adviser Jared Kushner and

  • The Latest: Mississippi Dems choose Baria in Senate runoff
    Associated Press

    The Latest: Mississippi Dems choose Baria in Senate runoff

    WASHINGTON (AP) — The Latest on primaries and runoffs in seven states (all times local):