Without "open communication, we would have an aristocratic government dominated by the executive branch," Grassley said in a 2018 video.
Even before an anonymous whistleblower complaint triggered a formal impeachment inquiry into President Donald Trump, other Americans had revealed secret information that altered the nation’s course.
As seen on "Succession," a secret audio recording can be key to proving harassment or discrimination – if it's done legally.
Snowden should've gone through "official channels," his critics yelped. Here's what happens when you do.
The chair of the House Intelligence Committee says the whistleblower's counsel has been in contact with committee staff.
"To borrow John Dean’s haunting Watergate-era metaphor ... there is a cancer on the presidency and cancers, if not removed, only grow," Conway wrote.
A U.S. intelligence official's concerns about Trump's "promises" to a foreign leader involve Ukraine, The Washington Post reported.
Tricia Newbold, a Trump official, briefed the House oversight committee on "grave" security risks.
The movement was about workplace sexual assaults at the beginning, but its impact has grown. Just look at Michael Cohen.
"He knows he is going to be looking over his shoulder for the rest of his life," his lawyer said.
The power and the importance of whistleblowing is part of the American tradition and as old as the republic itself.
In tallying the costs of war, what’s the price of a quick death versus a slow one?
With unprecedented secrecy and increasingly disturbing acts inside the Trump administration, how can federal employees expose the truth?
It's the largest individual whistleblower order ever issued by the Occupational Safety and Health Administration.
Are instant leaks, using encrypted messaging apps, expanding the deep state beyond shadowy CIA operatives?