Assange, while he is happy that the charges have been dropped, has noted that we still have a long way to go and that he does not forgive.
Whistleblower Chelsea Manning is now free from prison — but the active duty soldier's freedom won't be as liberating as it should.
A recent two-part study found swearing, a lot, indicates that a person is more honest than their self-censoring tame-mouthed peers.
A Dibble, Oklahoma police officer was reportedly fired for not meeting the small town police department's ticket quota, now he's exposing them.
A Florida mother of a son with autism is now facing a felony, thanks to a vengeful cop who didn't like being told he was causing problems for parents.
For liking a picture of a toy gun on Instagram, while at his own home, a 7th-grade student was handed down a 10-day suspension.
Wikileaks called out NPR for publishing Fake News — on the taxpayer dime, no less — for saying the publishing outlet was responsible for posting leaked documents on the newly-elected French president.
Ominous legislation was just signed into law criminalizing constitutionally protected protest and speech, that will fine protesters up to $1 million.
France has cracked down on the distribution of hacked emails, warning on Saturday it would be a "criminal offense" to republish the data.
A whistleblower and former British MI5 official says the 'greatest threat' to American democracy isn't Russia, it's the two-party system ruling the U.S.