In her first interview since being released from prison, the whistleblower said she felt a "responsibility to the public."
President Obama finally ends Manning's prison ordeal but has never acted on the war crimes the whistleblower exposed.
The 44th president’s service to the rich and powerful was foretold, and not just by leftist “carpers.” This is history that matters.
Manning, whose leaks exposed evidence of war crimes, has already served more time in prison than any other whistleblower in U.S. history.
Far from the soaring hope evident in his first inaugural address, Obama's final speech as president was filled with cautions regarding partisanship, racism and growing inequality.
Meanwhile, the results of a study examining the role of race in the pardons process—originally due to be released in 2015—are still hanging fire.
Republican lawmakers took the first step in unraveling the Affordable Care Act on Wednesday, prompting President Obama to urge fellow Democrats to fight any "Trumpcare" replacement.
In an interview with political analyst David Axelrod, Obama discusses his successes and failures, as well as the challenges his party faces in the wake of Donald Trump’s victory.
On Friday President Barack Obama signed the 2017 National Defense Authorization Act—and within the $619 billion military budget is a controversial provision that establishes a national anti-propaganda center that critics warn could be dangerous for press freedom.
The public intellectual released a video Friday saying that "President Obama should issue a general pardon to undocumented immigrants."