Some legal experts point to a 2001 Supreme Court case in which justices ruled in favor of a radio station that broadcast a surreptitious recording.
A top-notch recruit who was expelled from the Marines said his superiors told trainees to lie about punching, kicking and choking by drill instructors.
Villagers and military officials on the Pakistani side of the Line of Control rejected India’s claims that it had destroyed militant bases in this disputed region.
Founded on the ideas of openness and free speech, Twitter pulses with venom, much of it from pseudonymous accounts — the white hoods of our time.
Booz Allen Hamilton, the firm that employed the contractor accused of stealing secrets from the National Security Agency, earns billions of dollars each year in intelligence work.