Ex-C.I.A. Official Resigns as Harvard Fellow After It Courts Chelsea Manning

By MATTHEW HAAG September 14, 2017 Facing harsh criticism, a Harvard dean said early Friday morning that he was revoking his invitation to Chelsea Manning, a former United States soldier convicted of leaking classified information, to be a visiting fellow at...

Lawmakers Want Limits on Wiretaps Despite Trump Administration Objections

House Judiciary leaders want to temporarily extend and curb an expiring surveillance law, but national security officials want it made permanent without changes.

Leak Investigations Triple Under Trump, Sessions Says

Attorney general vows to bring criminal charges against those found to have given classified information to the news media.

Post-Snowden Efforts to Secure N.S.A. Data Fell Short, Report Says

By CHARLIE SAVAGE June 16, 2017 WASHINGTON — The government’s efforts to tighten access to its most sensitive surveillance and hacking data after the leaks of National Security Agency files by Edward J. Snowden fell short, according to a newly...

Booz Allen Hamilton Says It Is Under Federal Investigation

The Virginia-based consultant said the Justice Department is reviewing its billing procedures in a civil and criminal investigation.

Feature: The Long, Lonely Road of Chelsea Manning

Her disclosure of classified documents in 2010 ushered in the age of leaks. Now, freed from prison, she talks about why she did it — and the isolation that followed.