The move has provoked a swift backlash across social media.
The confirmation hearing for the CIA director nominee offers a chance to show how the U.S. government manufactures consent through insidious means.
The famous whistleblower has an eye-catching platform, but some critics believe she is seeking to make a statement of protest, not become a member of the U.S. Senate.
The special counsel can already get all the answers to his questions from the NSA.
The 2016 Green Party presidential candidate supports the corruption probe but decries its misuse for warmongering, censorship and political repression.
The Democratic National Committee would rather blame Russia and Julian Assange for the 2016 election disaster than challenge elite corporate interests.
The former FBI chief has been a central figure in the gutting of the Fourth Amendment and in trying to make sure the government can break your encryption and spy on you.
The government says it acted because of the WikiLeaks founder's social media posts decrying the arrest of a Catalan separatist politician.