U.K. Court: Police Acted Properly in Detaining Journalist's Partner
February 20 2014 4:50 PM ET

U.K. Court: Police Acted Properly in Detaining Journalist's Partner

Ran Aubrey Frazier

The detention of investigative journalist Glenn Greenwald's partner, David Miranda, was appropriate under U.K. law, a court rules. Miranda vows to appeal.

Glenn Greenwald Announces First Digital Magazine, Focusing on NSA Documents
February 07 2014 6:13 PM ET

Glenn Greenwald Announces New Magazine, Focusing on NSA Documents

Ran Aubrey Frazier

The out journalist teamed up with his fellow freedom of information advocates to publish a new digital magazine through First Look Media.

Enemy of the State
November 12 2013 6:00 AM ET

Enemy of the State

Natasha Vargas-Cooper

How Glenn Greenwald is taking on the world, and why he'll never stop.

WATCH: Anderson Cooper Interviews Greenwald and Partner
August 21 2013 6:01 PM ET

WATCH: Anderson Cooper Interviews Greenwald and Partner

Daniel Reynolds

Glenn Greenwald and his partner, David Miranda, talk about the 'terrorizing' act of Miranda's recent detainment.

Glenn Greenwald Not Intimidated by Partner's Detainment
August 19 2013 1:40 PM ET

Glenn Greenwald Not Intimidated by Partner's Detainment

Sunnivie Brydum

The partner of a Guardian reporter who's been covering the Edward Snowden NSA leaks was detained for nine hours at London's Heathrow Airport under presumed 'counter-terrorism' efforts.

Glenn Greenwald Can’t Live in the U.S.
June 11 2013 12:22 PM ET

Why Glenn Greenwald Can’t Live in the U.S.

Jase Peeples

The gay columnist who broke the story revealing NSA spying methods chooses not to live in the U.S. because his marriage isn’t recognized by the federal government.

Op-ed: WikiLeaks, the NSA, Ellen Sturtz, and the Case For Dissent
June 11 2013 5:00 AM ET

Op-ed: WikiLeaks, the NSA, Ellen Sturtz, and the Case For Dissent

Victoria A. Brownworth

Activist movements weren't built on the shoulders of those who were best known for being polite.

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