Defense

 Manning's Lawyer Pleads For Leniency

Manning's Lawyer Pleads For Leniency

Attorneys for Bradley Manning, the soldier found guilty of turning over 700,000 classified U.S. files to WikiLeaks, called on a military judge on Monday to sentence him to a term that "doesn't rob him of his youth," rather than the 60 years urged by prosecutors.

Ex-Gitmo Prosecutor Says Manning's Leaks Caused No Harm

Colonel Morris Davis, who has just wrapped two days of testimony for the defense told the court that many of the files Manning leaked on Guantánamo were already out in the public domain and that they had no value to enemy groups and could not have harmed U.S. national security.

Military Fails Miserably At Stopping Sexual Assaults

Attorney Susan Burke and retired Air Force Staff Sgt. Colleen Bushnell join Current TV’s John Fugelsang to react to a Pentagon report that shows an increase in the number of reported sexual crimes in the military between 2012 and 2011.

Terry Williams Granted Stay Of Execution

DemocracyNow! video discussion of the new evidence in the Terry Williams case. Williams was scheduled to be executed on October 3, 2012. A state judge granted a stay of execution on Friday for Terry Williams, a death row inmate facing

"It's The Romney-Ryan Plan"

When the Romney campaign alerted users of its mobile VP app on Tuesday to "turn on your push notifications," the GOP vice presidential frenzy went to 11. But while New York Times statistician extraordinaire Nate Silver responded by running