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Army Private Bradley Manning was found guilty on 20 counts related to his leaking more than 700,000 classified documents and videos to WikiLeaks and was sentenced to 35 years in prison. On August 22, 2013, Manning announced a gender transition to female and name change to Chelsea Manning. Continued coverage of her case will now be archived here.

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    On Thursday, President Obama condemned the Egyptian military’s deadly crackdown on the Muslim Brotherhood and announced the cancellation of military exercises with Egypt next month. But Obama stopped short of cutting off the $1.55 billion a year of mostly military U.S. aid to Egypt and continued to avoid describing the ouster of Mohamed Morsi as a coup. We get response from P.J. Crowley, who served under Obama as the State...
    Aug 16, 2013 | Story
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    Bradley Manning apologized for leaking classified documents to WikiLeaks during his sentencing hearing on Wednesday. Manning faces up to 90 years in prison after being convicted last month on 20 counts. He said: "I am sorry for the unintended consequences of my actions. When I made these decisions, I believed I was going to help people, not hurt people." Manning added, "I understood what I was doing and the decisions I made....
    Aug 15, 2013 | Story
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    The Obama administration has announced it will keep 19 diplomatic posts in North Africa and the Middle East closed for up to a week, due to fears of a possible militant threat. On Sunday, Senator Saxby Chambliss, the top Republican on the Senate Intelligence Committee, said the decision to close the embassies was based on information collected by the National Security Agency. "If we did not have these programs, we simply would not be able...
    Aug 05, 2013 | Story
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    Bradley Manning took incredibly courageous actions to release data, to pierce the fog of war, to make public the machinations of modern American war-making.
    Aug 01, 2013 | Columns & Articles
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    The sentencing hearing for Army whistleblower Bradley Manning begins today following his acquittal on the most serious charge he faced, aiding the enemy, but conviction on 20 other counts. On Tuesday, Manning was found guilty of violating the Espionage Act and other charges for leaking hundreds of thousands of government documents to WikiLeaks. In beating the "aiding the enemy" charge, Manning avoids an automatic life sentence, but...
    Jul 31, 2013 | Story
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    Despite being acquitted on his most serious charge of "aiding the enemy," Army Private Bradley Manning still faces up to 136 years in prison for the 20 other counts on which he was convicted. The sentencing phase begins today and is expected to last a week. We speak with independent journalist Alexa O’Brien from outside the courtroom at Fort Meade, Maryland, where she has covered the trial daily since it began. O’Brien...
    Jul 31, 2013 | Story
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    U.S. Army whistleblower Bradley Manning was found guilty today of 20 charges in total, including espionage, but he was acquitted of aiding the enemy, the most serious charge. Michael Ratner, an attorney for WikiLeaks, appeared on the Democracy Now! special broadcast to respond to today’s verdict. [includes rush transcript]
    Jul 30, 2013 | Web Exclusive
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    Watch Democracy Now!’s special live broadcast of the Bradley Manning verdict featuring Jeremy Scahill, Wikileaks attorney Michael Ratner, Icelandic Parliamentarian Birgitta Jónsdóttir and independent journalist Kevin Gosztola.
    Jul 30, 2013 | Web Exclusive
  • Bradley Manning has been found not guilty of aiding the enemy. He has been found guilty of five espionage charges. He has been found guilty of five theft charges.

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    Watch the Democracy Now! special live broadcast of the Bradley Manning verdict, originally broadcast at 1pm EDT. We interviewed journalists, activists, scholars and more. Tune in Wednesday when we will...

    Jul 30, 2013 | Special Broadcast
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    Closing arguments have wrapped in the nearly two-month military trial of Army Private Bradley Manning. The presiding judge, Col. Denise Lind, is now deliberating on 21 charges, including "aiding the enemy." Manning faces up to life in prison for leaking more than 700,000 documents to WikiLeaks and other news sources, the largest leak of classified information in U.S. history. Over the weekend, protesters in dozens of cities around...
    Jul 29, 2013 | Story