Ridenhour Prize winners Daniel Ellsberg and Thomas Drake passionately defend Edward Snowden, who on Sunday was unmasked as the whistleblower behind recent explosive National Security Agency surveillance disclosures.
The Baltimore Sun — the newspaper which originally published Thomas Drake's concerns about wasteful spending and fraud at the NSA, where he worked — closed a chapter on its Drake coverage with its recent story...
Washington state legislators are pushing a bill that would protect and treat Hanford workers for certain health problems. But there's still much to do to make the nuclear cleanup safe, effective, and transparent.
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