Chelsea Manning

The latest coverage on Chelsea Manning, the transgender woman at the center of the WikiLeaks case. Born as Bradley Manning, Chelsea Manning came out about her trans identity after the 2013 trial surrounding her involvement with WikiLeaks, a nonprofit website founded by Julian Assange that published history's largest leak of information from the U.S. government, provided by Manning. Chelsea Manning was convicted of violations of the Espionage Act, dishonorably discharged, and sentenced to 35 years of confinement. She remains a controversial figure, with some viewing her as a whistleblower and hero, while others perceive her act as traiterous.

The trans whisteblower was offered a fellowship at Harvard before a conservative outcry helped yank it away. It wasn't the right job for her to begin with, writes former service member Amanda Kerri.

September 19 2017 5:01 AM

Mike Pompeo loudly objected to the transgender leaker's fellowship at the Ivy League university.

September 15 2017 5:49 PM

Obama actually commuted Manning's sentence, but Trump made the inaccurate statement in defending his pardon of Sheriff Joe Arpaio.

August 28 2017 6:57 PM

The ACLU invited Chelsea Manning to join its float as it made way through New York City.

June 25 2017 7:55 PM

The transgender whistleblower gave her first post-prison television interview on ABC News.

June 09 2017 3:55 PM

No more sketches! The transgender whistleblower unveiled a glowing new photograph of herself after her release from military prison.

2:19 PM

The transgender soldier was released from the U.S. Disciplinary Barracks at Fort Leavenworth in Kansas Wednesday morning.

May 17 2017 1:16 PM
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