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Whistleblower Chelsea Manning's Prison Twitter Account Is a Mystery

On April 3rd, 581 days after a military court sentenced her to 35 years in prison for leaking some 750,000 classified documents, Chelsea Manning burst back into the public eye with a new Twitter account. What the hell is she trying to do? We talked to the people running her account to find out. » 4/17/15 5:15pm 4/17/15 5:15pm

Bradley Manning's Not Guilty of Aiding the Enemy (But Otherwise Guilty)

A military judge acquitted Bradley Manning of aiding the enemy and convicted him of multiple counts of violating the Espionage Act on Tuesday. The verdict marks the end of a three-year-long ordeal that began with Manning's arrest in Iraq and subsequent detainment in Kuwait and Quantico, Virginia. » 7/30/13 1:11pm 7/30/13 1:11pm

The Painful IM Confessions of the Man Behind WikiLeaks' Infamous Release, in Their Entirety

While WikiLeaks was changing the history of journalism, diplomacy, secrecy, and the internet, its chief source—Bradley Manning, a lonely American intelligence operator—reached out to Adrian Lamo—a hacker he thought he could trust. Wired's published their correspondence. » 7/13/11 5:48pm 7/13/11 5:48pm