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The search for clues in a SoHo basement in the 1979 disappearance of 6-year-old Etan Patz was suspended indefinitely last night -- and, so far, it's turned up precisely zilch.FBI agents and NYPD investigators spent the last four days tearing up the cement floor of a basement just blocks from where P ... More >>
The Army private charged with supplying government secrets to Julian Assange's WikiLeaks organization will be transported away from the Quantico, Virginia Marine Corps base, where he's been held for about a year, after repeated insistence from clear-thinking people with the law on their side ... More >>
Military training programs could return to the campus, four decades after they were banned
Bored at work today? Feel like solving a murder? The FBI has resorted to asking the public for help with the open murder case of Ricky McCormick. The body of the 41-year-old was found along Highway 67 in West Alton, Illinois, with his throat likely slashed, the Mystery Report says. In his poc ... More >>
The man suspected of leaking government information to WikiLeaks, and held in arguably torturous conditions for nearly a year now, was a troubled teenager, according to a PBS Frontline segment airing on Tuesday night. Bradley Manning threatened his stepmother with a knife and was subsequently ... More >>
Bradley Manning, the United States soldier being held in connection with leaking government information to WikiLeaks, has spoken out directly for the first time about his holding conditions in an 11-page legal letter. Beginning late last week, Manning has been stripped naked every night and f ... More >>
The hacker/activist collective Anonymous, known most recently for their fervent support of WikiLeaks and movements in the Middle East, are under some sort of vague investigation by United States authorities because of murmurs that they're planning to disrupt the military jailers holding Pfc. ... More >>
Bradley Manning, the U.S. soldier charged with "aiding the enemy" and 21 other counts in connection with leaking government information to WikiLeaks, is now being forced to sleep naked at his Marine Corps brig in Quantico, Virginia, and stay without clothes during the roll call in the morning ... More >>
U.S. soldier Bradley Manning, 23, who has been locked in solitary confinement for ten months, under conditions that some argue count as torture, has been hit with 22 military charges for his involvement in allegedly passing secret U.S. diplomatic cables to Julian Assange's WikiLeaks organizat ... More >>
Government wiretapping of U.S. citizens has become “fast, loose, and completely unfettered” according to whistleblower and security specialist Babak Pasdar who discovered a mysterious ‘backdoor’ circuit at a major U.S. mobile phone carrier. He discovered the circuit while overhauling the te ... More >>
Fire marshals concluded that smoking sparked the blaze that killed two firefighters Photo by Gotham24 via Flickr Highlights from the mayor's afternoon press conference on the Deutsche Bank: 1) Smoking was the cause, according to fire marshals. FBI metallurgists are going to test the standpipe to ... More >>
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