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Littwin: Of course, it gets weirder. And the stakes so much...

That sound you hear is alarm bells going off across this vast land of ours. Get used to them. They're going to be ringing...

Wiretap: Firebombs, death threats and Trump’s retaliation

Trump retaliates In the final weeks of the presidential campaign, the unshackled Donald Trump has turned his matchup against Hillary Clinton into an act of...

Wiretap: Trump’s accusers, Ryan’s sinister deal and the one teen distorting...

On a rampage Donald Trump's busy day campaigning in Florida: He accused Paul Ryan of making a "sinister deal" with somebody, although it wasn't clear...

Wiretap: Splitting tickets, dismantling public universities and cosmic butt-dialing

Divided loyalties The Republican Party has bigger worries than just losing voters in the presidential race. Voting trends show that voters who stray from their...

Ron Paul praises WikiLeaks, blasts America’s rush to war

Republican presidential candidate U.S. Rep. Ron Paul (R-Texas) delivered a strong anti-war message at an appearance this weekend in Des Moines, praising whistle blowers like WikiLeaks, questioning the use of drone missile strikes and calling for more information going out to citizens before the military intervenes overseas.

Over half of 2011 New York Times issues contain articles sourced...

Despite attempts by the federal government to delegitimize WikiLeaks, a new review from The Atlantic indicates that the whistleblowing organization has a great deal of impact on the media conversation over international relations, particularly in coverage from the news organization WikiLeaks has quarreled with the most, The New York Times.

Hillary Clinton can’t escape the internet

As the WikiLeaks endless U.S. diplomatic document dump continues, Secretary of State Hillary Clinton is battling back calls to resign for a UN espionage scheme, she's leading the government's de facto public relations campaign against WikiLeaks and she's battening down the hatches at the State Department. She is, in effect, in a war against the future the internet is promising to deliver as WikiLeaks incrementally posts all of the 250,000 State Department cables it is alleged to possess. On Wednesday, the internet also attacked her from the past. Web-culture agenda-setting site Boing Boing posted Clinton's January celebration of internet freedom.

Wikileaks: The killer app for any would-be leakers anywhere

The discussion in the Unites States over the legality of Wikileaks, the wondering over whether it qualifies as an enemy of the state, considerations...

Ellsberg calls Assange and Manning heroes, lets Clinton off hook

Blogger-troublemaker-muckraker and sometime L.A. radio host Brad Friedman Wednesday nabbed Daniel Ellsberg for an interview. Ellsberg, the Defense Department analyst who leaked the 1960s...

Markey, Salazar join effort to cool U.S.-Afghanistan relations

Colorado members of Congress Betsy Markey and John Salazar visited Afghanistan last week to take a read on President Hamid Karzai, who has been under fire as a waffling ally at best and a traitor at worst. As analysts increasingly train their focus on the country's engagement with Afghanistan, the American relationship with Karzai has grown volatile. Pres. Obama has been pressuring Karzai to retain foreign election fraud commissioners and to endorse the Kandahar offensive the U.S. is planning for later in the spring, but Karzai has been erratic, feeling undermined by Obama and America and seeming increasingly like an unraveling power-hungry dictator. Karzai said at the beginning of the month that if "foreign interference" in his government continues, he might join the Taliban as a legitimate force of resistance.