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Alexander Perepilichny, Russian Whistle-Blower, Likely Died of Natural Causes, Coroner Rules

Despite earlier indications of poisoning, a British coroner ruled that a key witness in the Magnitsky fraud case in fact had died of natural causes.
South Africa Killings Should Be Investigated, Anti-Corruption Agency Says

South Africa Killings Should Be Investigated, Anti-Corruption Agency Says

The grave of Sindiso Magaqa, a nationally known political figure whose death helped bring attention to the political killings, in Ibisi, South Africa.
Trump’s Pick for Attorney General Faces Heat Over Opposition to Whistle-Blower Law

Trump’s Pick for Attorney General Faces Heat Over Opposition to Whistle-Blower Law

Senator Charles E. Grassley, Republican of Iowa, met with William P. Barr last week.
When Is a Hacker a Whistle-Blower? In Football Leaks Case, a Hungarian Judge Will Decide

When Is a Hacker a Whistle-Blower? In Football Leaks Case, a Hungarian Judge Will Decide

FIFA President Gianni Infantino has been the target of recent disclosures from Football Leaks.
A. Ernest Fitzgerald, Exposer of Pentagon Waste, Dies at 92

A. Ernest Fitzgerald, Exposer of Pentagon Waste, Dies at 92

A. Ernest Fitzgerald at his desk in Washington in the early 1970s. He was let go following his revelations of a major cost overrun by the Air Force, but the Civil Service Commission ordered that he be
South Africa Politician Arrested in Killing of Whistle-Blower

South Africa Politician Arrested in Killing of Whistle-Blower

Sindiso Magaqa, center, in 2011. Mr. Magaqa was killed in 2017.

White House Whistle-Blower Did the Unexpected: She Returned to Work

“She wasn’t looking to go public,” Tricia Newbold’s lawyer said. “But her back was to the wall and she did what she had to do.”

White House Whistle-Blower Did the Unexpected: She Returned to Work

“She wasn’t looking to go public,” Tricia Newbold’s lawyer said. “But her back was to the wall and she did what she had to do.”
Scrutinizing White House Security Clearances, House Panel Subpoenas Ex-Official

Scrutinizing White House Security Clearances, House Panel Subpoenas Ex-Official

Representative Elijah Cummings, the chairman of the House Committee on Oversight and Reform, at a meeting Tuesday. The panel voted to issue a subpoena to Carl Kline, the former head of the personnel
Thomas Drake vs. the N.S.A.

Thomas Drake vs. the N.S.A.

Jane Mayer on an N.S.A. whistle-blower’s prosecution under the Espionage Act.
Claims of Shoddy Production Draw Scrutiny to a Second Boeing Jet

Claims of Shoddy Production Draw Scrutiny to a Second Boeing Jet

New 787 Dreamliners at the Boeing plant in North Charleston, S.C. When unveiled in 2007, the Dreamliner was Boeing’s most important new plane in a generation and an immediate hit with carriers.
Claims of Shoddy Production Draw Scrutiny to a Second Boeing Jet

Claims of Shoddy Production Draw Scrutiny to a Second Boeing Jet

New 787 Dreamliners at the Boeing plant in North Charleston, S.C. When unveiled in 2007, the Dreamliner was Boeing’s most important new plane in a generation and an immediate hit with carriers.
White House Escalates Clash With House Committee Over Security Clearances

White House Escalates Clash With House Committee Over Security Clearances

The White House instructed Carl Kline, the former head of personnel security, not to comply with a subpoena.
The Espionage Act and a Growing Threat to Press Freedom

The Espionage Act and a Growing Threat to Press Freedom

The Espionage Act sanctions the revelation of secrets to the press with no distinction between those who intend to harm the United States and those who seek to expose the abuse of power, Jameel Jaffer
Australian Police Obtained Journalist’s Travel Records From Airline in Leak Inquiry

Australian Police Obtained Journalist’s Travel Records From Airline in Leak Inquiry

The request for the travel records from Qantas Airways has alarmed the media industry and advocates for a free press.
Australian Police Obtained Journalist’s Travel Records From Airline in Leak Inquiry

Australian Police Obtained Journalist’s Travel Records From Airline in Leak Inquiry

The request for the travel records from Qantas Airways has alarmed the media industry and advocates for a free press.
Cisco to Pay $8.6 Million to Settle Government Claims of Flawed Tech

Cisco to Pay $8.6 Million to Settle Government Claims of Flawed Tech

The Silicon Valley company, a major government contractor, was accused of selling video surveillance software that it knew had a security issue.
Top Kidney Charity Directed Aid to Patients at DaVita and Fresenius Clinics, Lawsuit Claims

Top Kidney Charity Directed Aid to Patients at DaVita and Fresenius Clinics, Lawsuit Claims

A whistle-blower said the leading charity favored patients from the major dialysis chains because the companies were its biggest donors.
Top Kidney Charity Directed Aid to Patients at DaVita and Fresenius Clinics, Lawsuit Claims

Top Kidney Charity Directed Aid to Patients at DaVita and Fresenius Clinics, Lawsuit Claims

A whistle-blower said the leading charity favored patients from the major dialysis chains because the companies were its biggest donors.