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The stacks at the Washington National Records Center in Suiteland, Md.

While the federal government has been eager to prosecute officials for leaks of classified information, the government itself has lost track of hundreds of boxes filled with classified documents at its main records storage site, the Washington National Records Center. Read more»

Supporters of Bradley Manning march in San Francisco on Dec. 17.

Bradley Manning, the U.S. Army private accused of leaking information to WikiLeaks, has been nominated for the Nobel Peace Prize by the group The Movement of the Icelandic Parliament. Read more»

A former CIA agent had been charged with leaking classified information about fellow officers to journalists. Read more»

Amir Mirzaei Hekmati

Amir Mirzaei Hekmati, an American and former Marine, has been sentenced to death by the Iranian Revolutionary Court, shocking the world and increasing tensions between the United States and Iran. Read more»

Bradley Manning was in court in Maryland for a pre-trial hearing Friday, the first time he has appeared in public since his arrest in 2010. The U.S. Army analyst, 23, is accused of leaking hundreds of thousands of confidential U.S. documents to WikiLeaks whistleblowers. Read more»

Shane Bauer (left) and Joshua Fattal (center) in an Iranian court with their lawyer Masoud Shafi.

The release of two American hikers jailed in Iran, Shane Bauer and Josh Fattal, has been delayed until at least next Tuesday, their lawyer has announced. Read more»

Iran's decision to sentence two American hikers to eight years in prison for espionage and entering the country illegally has "deeply disappointed" the U.S., Secretary of State Hillary Clinton said Sunday. Read more»