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Pentagon Papers Release (2011)

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  • Why Obama should pardon Snowden

    Why Obama should pardon Snowden
    Former CIA Director R. James Woolsey weighed in last week on the subject of Edward Snowden. Asked about calls of clemency for the former National Security Agency contractor, Woolsey insisted that Snowden should be "hanged by the neck until he is dead."...
  • Alyssa Milano, media actorvist

     Alyssa Milano, media actorvist
    When you've been working since you were 8, as Alyssa Milano has, it takes a special kind of role to get you really excited. Using your birthday to raise money for clean water in Ethiopia, for instance. Or hunkering down with the beleaguered in Kosovo...
  • For some fine TV journalism, check out this Times 'Retro' video

    For some fine TV journalism, check out this Times 'Retro' video
    Last month, I described 2013 as the year I lost faith in one of the few bastions of TV journalism in which I still believed: "60 Minutes." I vowed to look in new places in 2014 for TV journalism I could confidently tell readers to trust. I found one...
  • Chicago hacker tied to Anonymous given 10 years in prison

    Chicago hacker tied to Anonymous given 10 years in prison
    NEW YORK (Reuters) - A Chicago computer hacker tied to the group known as Anonymous was sentenced on Friday to 10 years in prison for cyber attacks on various government agencies and businesses, including a global intelligence company. Jeremy Hammond,...
  • Edward Snowden to Join Freedom of the Press Board of Directors

    The Freedom of the Press board of directors is set to bring on NSA whistleblower Edward Snowden as its newest member. The addition will come into effect next month, the org announced. "I am proud and honored to welcome Edward Snowden to Freedom of the...
  • As always, The Divine Miss M smells like a rose

    "Terrible is the temptation to do good!" wrote Bertolt Brecht. Oh, fap, to the Tony Awards, the great Bette Midler must have said at the end of last week. Although she wasn't nominated for her performance in the one-woman play by John Logan -- "I'll...
  • Snowden out in the cold

    WASHINGTON -- During the long Cold War between the United States and the former Soviet Union, when a spy from either side defected he was said to be "coming in from the cold." In the evolving case of Edward Snowden, the self-described whistleblower on...
  • Amnesty, American style

    WASHINGTON -- We Americans like to think of ourselves as a forgiving people, willing to turn the other cheek to offense in the interest of getting on with life. Although the most conservative of us rail against "amnesty" in its many forms, we actually...
  • On journalism's red line

    WASHINGTON -- The announced sale of The Washington Post to Internet business innovator Jeff Bezos seems at first a major blow to the tradition of newspaper ownership in the hands of families dedicated to the craft of journalism. In the eight decades of...
  • Edward Snowden is no hero

    Mohandas Gandhi went to Yeravda Central Prison. Martin Luther King Jr., went to Birmingham jail. Nelson Mandela went to Robben Island. Edward Snowden is going to Venezuela. Or not. His destination was up in the air as these words were written. A...
  • Campaigns touch briefly on the wars

    PARIS -- Politics tends to wring all seriousness out of speech. Sometimes this is a demonstration of unforgivable ignorance. Republican vice presidential candidate Paul Ryan thinks that "Now is the time to lock in the success that is within reach" in...