The Insider Threat Program and Donald Trump’s war on leaks are a chilling combination.
He said the Justice Department will seek to punish leakers and also news organizations that publish their information.
The new website aims to provide "courageous whistleblowers" an outlet to ensure crucial information continues making its way to the public.
Matt Taibbi Sees Possible Validation of Trump's Accusations About Media as Outcome of Russia Hearing
The Rolling Stone journalist disagrees with colleague David Corn of Mother Jones in an interview on KCRW about Monday's congressional hearing on Russian interference in the U.S. election.
Joel Simon, executive director of the Committee to Protect Journalists, analyzes the president-elect's troubling attitude toward the media.
The Obama administration has made an example of Jeffrey Sterling, the first whistleblower convicted under the Espionage Act. Now the former CIA agent is being denied proper medical care in the federal detention center where he is imprisoned after being sentenced to three years.
Two emails on Hillary Clinton’s private server that a federal auditor deemed “top secret” include a discussion of a news article detailing a US drone strike and a conversation that could inappropriately point toward highly classified material, U officials told The Associated Press.
In an interview, Assange describes WikiLeaks' recent progress, saying that the site now "has more than 10 million documents and associated analyses."
German Vice Chancellor Sigmar Gabriel has said the U.S. government threatened to stop sharing intelligence with Germany if Berlin gave asylum to the National Security Agency whistleblower Edward Snowden or otherwise arranged for him to travel there.