A low-ranking intelligence analyst charged in the biggest leak of classified information in U.S. history is a step closer to a general court-martial after a second Army officer signed off on this step.
Lawyers for the Army intelligence analyst blamed for the biggest national security leak in American history briskly presented the entirety of his defense Wednesday, a year-and-half after the young private allegedly handed a trove of classified data to WikiLeaks.
It’s the biggest leak of classified information in U.S. history. Attention was turned once again Sunday to the military hearing at Fort Meade that will determine if an Army private will be court-martialed for providing government secrets to WikiLeaks.
A psychologist reported worrisome signs of Pfc. Bradley Manning’s fragile mental and emotional state five months before he was detained on suspicion of giving classified information to WikiLeaks, according to a court document.
Taking the stand in his own defense, the man at the center of the election day robocall scandal says he didn’t break any laws by authorizing the calls.
Election Night robocall controversy. Former Gov. Bob Ehrlich takes the stand to defend a former top aide who prosecutors say tried to suppress the vote during Ehrlich’s rematch with Gov. Martin O’Malley.
The prosecution continues to build its case against one of the men who ran former Governor Bob Ehrlich’s campaign last year.
Supporters of an Army intelligence analyst suspected of leaking classified material to WikiLeaks say the defense hopes to call as many as 50 witnesses at his military hearing next month.
The top-ranked Baltimore Ravens’ defense already has 25 sacks this year, compared to 27 all last season.
Now in his 16th NFL season, Ray Lewis is still a terror at age 36. At this point in his magnificent career, the Baltimore Ravens’ middle linebacker is a wiser version of his former self.
The season is a third in the books and this team has proven to be good, very good. Can they be great? Only time and the health-factor will tell.