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Pfc. Bradley Manning’s defense rested its case Wednesday after presenting evidence from 10 witnesses, hoping to prove the loads of material the soldier gave to WikiLeaks did not threaten national security or U.S. troops in Iraq and Afghanistan.
Lawyers for an Army private who gave mountains of classified information to WikiLeaks opened their defense at his court-martial Monday with leaked video of a U.S. helicopter attack in Baghdad — footage in which airmen laugh and call targets “dead bastards.”
The Army says it has put a civilian researcher in Edgewood on paid administrative leave while it investigates a watchdog group’s assertion that he is a “white nationalist.”
Fourth of July brings tragic news for a Fort Meade soldier’s loved ones. Army Specialist Hilda Clayton, 22, was killed this week in Afghanistan.
A defense attorney for Pfc. Bradley Manning has won an objection after prosecutors said they could not produce a computer security agreement the soldier signed after arriving in Iraq in 2009.
Bradley Manning’s court-martial over giving troves of classified material to WikiLeaks is building toward testimony about video of a deadly U.S. airstrike in Afghanistan.
The WikiLeaks organization and a handful of journalists are asking a federal judge in Baltimore to order greater transparency in the court-martial of an Army private who has acknowledged sending reams of classified documents to the WikiLeaks website.
When you talk about how a man’s mind works and why it’s important and how it affects not only the individual but others around him, you should get a clear image of Pat Tillman in your head.
Employees at Fort Detrick in Frederick have one less gate by which to access the Army installation.
The Army is warning neighbors of Aberdeen Proving Ground they might hear some big booms during the next 10 days.
A Maryland National Guard unit already deployed four times since 9/11 is being sent overseas again.