Bradley Manning, the US soldier convicted of leaking a huge trove of state secrets to WikiLeaks, flipped a table and had to be restrained from grabbing a gun during counseling sessions at the time of leaks,
WASHINGTON — A diverse coalition of lawmakers and civil rights advocates largely embraced Justice Department proposals Monday that would break with harsh punishments for non-violent drug offenders and
Al Qaeda in the Arabian Peninsula's stronghold in Yemen poses new danger to the West. The conversation intercepted by U.S. intelligence last month was chilling: a conference call between Ayman al-Zawahiri,
The protesters camped outside east Cairo's Rabaa al-Adawiya mosque have lived with the fear of violent dispersal for more than a fortnight, but that did not stop housewife Aza Galal pitching camp there
The public is seeing the first fruits of a Freedom of Information Act request for the Secret Service’s files on the late hacker and activist Aaron Swartz with the release of 104 pages of agency documents.
North Carolina's governor has quietly signed a measure into law that overhauls the state's election laws to require government-issued photo IDs at the polls and shorten early voting, moves that drew stinging
The US government took the first tentative steps toward tackling its 1.5m-strong prison population on Monday by announcing that minor drug dealers would be spared the mandatory minimum sentences that previously