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By announcing Thursday that she is a female and wants to be identified as such, Chelsea Manning swiftly brought national attention to the struggles of transgender Americans. These fortune 500 companies offer excellent healthcare plans for all transgender employees.
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"Gender dysphoria is a serious medical condition in which a person's gender identity does not correspond to his or her assigned
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Bradley Manning received a 35-year prison sentence on Wednesday, punishment for leaking troves of classified intelligence to the website WikiLeaks in 2010. The former Army private first class faced a maximum of 90 years in prison, and the prosecution was pushing aggressively for at least 60 years, meaning the final outcome was less harsh than it could have been.
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Lady Gaga took to Twitter to comment on the sentencing of Bradley Manning to 35 years in prison, saying the news was "devastating
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As the Cold War was winding down in 1989, Peri, then a U.S. Army specialist, disappeared from his Germany-based regiment
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Zach Carter joins Mike Sacks to discuss Bradley Manning's sentence for leaking military secrets.
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HuffPost National Reporter Matt Sledge joins HuffPost Live to share his thoughts on the Bradley Manning verdict.
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FORT MEADE, Md. -- Bradley Manning was sentenced to 35 years in prison on Wednesday for releasing 700,000 documents about
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Amnesty International immediately called on President Barack Obama to commute Manning's sentence to time served. After that
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Military prisoners can earn up to 120 days a year off their sentence for good behavior and job performance, but must serve
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FORT MEADE, Md. -- As sentencing began for Bradley Manning, the Army private first class who was convicted Tuesday on 19
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The release of diplomatic cables, warzone logs and videos embarrassed the U.S. and its allies. U.S. officials warned of dire
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Europeans decry "mass surveillance," but who's going to stop us? Ryan Gallagher over at Slate has the details on a new report
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Bradley Manning's long denial of a right to speak in public reminded me of "The Ones Who Walk Away From Omelas." It's a fictional tale about villagers who enjoy total happiness and bliss as long as they keep quiet about a boy who's locked up in a dark, underground cellar.
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Regardless of whether you think that Bradley Manning is right or wrong, innocent or guilty, hero or villain, saint or sinner, he is a human being and should be treated as such.
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Instead of answers and accountability for the potential mistreatment of Pfc. Manning, the Department of Defense only offers fake transparency in the form of a guided tour of his new prison.
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Since my initial request to visit Bradley Manning, the Department of Defense has consistently sought to frustrate any attempts to communicate with him regarding his well-being.
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It's ironic that PJ Crowley went to MIT to talk about the power of new media on foreign policy issues only to find that a blog posting of his remarks ended his career as America's top foreign policy spokesman.