Federal Courts: The Trial of the Chicago 7
The story of how eight protesters (yup, eight) ended up in federal court on conspiracy charges and proceeded to turn a trial into political theater.
By New Hampshire Public Radio
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Federal Courts: Espionage and the Rosenbergs
Since its passage after World War I, thousands of people have been investigated for violating the Espionage Act, including Julian Assange, Daniel Ellsberg, and Donald Trump. However, only two people have been executed for violating it during peacetime; Ethel and ...
How Does Security Clearance Work?
From "top secret," like the names and locations of intelligence agents, to "confidential," like the drinking habits of a prime minister, the federal government has a lot of sensitive information. What are the different levels of security clearance, and how ...