In her first interview since being released from prison, the whistleblower said she felt a "responsibility to the public."
If America accepts the idea of fighting endless wars, it will have to accept that the costs of war are also endless.
The soldier, who was serving a 35-year prison term for giving classified government information to WikiLeaks, was released after seven years. President Obama commuted the sentence in January.
"Citizenfour" director Poitras returns with "Risk," a film about WikiLeaks founder Assange, and becomes a target by association.
Democratic lawmakers demand an investigation into the former national security adviser's talks with Russia.
"When I was afraid, you taught me how to keep going," the whistleblower wrote. "When I was lost, you showed me the way."
President Obama finally ends Manning's prison ordeal but has never acted on the war crimes the whistleblower exposed.
On this week’s “Informed Rant,” Joshua Scheer speaks with Shadowproof journalist Kevin Gosztola, lawyer and author Chase Madar and screenwriter and author Ruth Fowler.
Speaking via video conference from Russia, the NSA whistleblower explains how past U.S. covert actions have led to a lack of accountability today.
The WikiLeaks whistleblower has now served seven years of her sentence, experiencing extraordinary hardship as a person seeking gender-reassignment treatment while imprisoned by the U.S. military.