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60 Minutes Overtime Original / April 06, 2014 On the road with the Health Wagon It's not the first time Scott Pelley stepped foot on the beat-up Winnebago where the working poor of Appalachia get free health care More on the media's Pentagon-subservient WikiLeaks coverage - Glenn Greenwald This is really good to hear: quite encouraging. Apparently, many people become quite angry when the newspaper which did more to enable the attack on Iraq than any other media outlet in the world covered one of the most significant war leaks in American history — documents detailing the deaths of more than 100,000 human beings in that war and the heinous abuse of thousands of others — by assigning its most celebrated war correspondent and London Bureau Chief to studiously examine and malign the totally irrelevant personality quirks, alleged mental health, and various personal relationships of Julian Assange. Imagine that. Then we have this from Burns:

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Answers to Readers’ Questions About State’s Secrets In addition to a nine-day series of articles on the trove of documents, The Times plans to publish on its Web site the text of about 100 of the cables — some edited and some in full — that illuminate aspects of United States foreign policy. Editors and reporters of The Times are answering questions from readers about the series this week. Questions may be submitted by e-mail to askthetimes@nytimes.com, and if selected, may be edited for length and clarity.

WikiLeaks harm: Severe or marginal? - The Arena George Washington and Congressman-Elect Allen West We have been barraged by tea party politicians attempting to wrap themselves in the Constitution and our Founding Fathers. The rhetoric from Sarah Palin on down professes to be all about “taking back our country.” Sadly, many of them have either not read, or misread, the Constitution, especially the Preamble and the Bill of Rights. Sadly, they have taken the wrong lesson from our founding fathers. Alan Dershowitz: There Will Never Be Peace if Iran Gets the Bomb Now that the WikiLeaks reveal widespread Arab support for the military option against Iran's nuclear facilities to be put on the table, the time has come to reassess United States policy toward the Ahmadinejad regime. Even if Israel freezes settlement building, the Palestinians come to the negotiating table and an agreement is reached about borders, refugees and Jerusalem, there will still be no real peace in the Middle East -- if Iran continues on its determined path toward developing deliverable nuclear weapons. And despite noble efforts by the United States to bring Israel and the Palestinians to the peace process, the inability to achieve a real peace will be largely the fault of the deeply flawed American policy toward Iran.

WikiLeaks U.S. Embassy Cables: New Documents Released This article is being updated. WASHINGTON -- WikiLeaks published the first set of more than 250,000 secret State Department documents Sunday, in one of the largest leaks of classified information in history. Earlier in the day, The New York Times and The Guardian published a selection of the documents. The WikiLeaks website was inaccessible for part of the day, and WikiLeaks said in its Twitter feed that it was experiencing a denial of service attack. WikiLeaks also provided the documents to Spain's El Pais, France's Le Monde, and Germany's Der Spiegel.

WikiLeaks Cablegate LIVE Updates Share + According to a recently released cable, a facility in Yemen holding nuclear material was left unsecured after its one guard was removed and a security camera broke, according to the AP. The cable quoted one official as saying, "Very little now stands between the bad guys and Yemen's nuclear material." Assange was asked about the decision to release cables that identified sites vulnerable to terrorist attacks when Katie Couric interviewed him on Friday. Assange told her: We are an organization that attempts to promote human rights by revealing abuses that are concealed.

WikiLeaks cables: Bradley Manning faces 52 years in jail Bradley Manning will wake up tomorrow, at a military base in Virginia, to his 189th day in custody for the alleged leak of more than 250,000 diplomatic cables to WikiLeaks. Manning, 23, a US army intelligence analyst brought up in the Oklahoma Bible belt and west Wales, is locked up with about half a dozen others in the marine-run facility in Quantico. He has had access to TV news and briefings from his lawyer, but little can have prepared him for the fury of the government he served about the impact of the cables leak. Hillary Clinton, the secretary of state, said it "tore at the fabric of government" and pledged "aggressive steps to hold responsible those who stole this information". Republicans branded it terrorism. He is said by friends to be on antidepressants and only a limited list of visitors are able to see him, yet one who saw him in recent weeks told the Guardian he was "doing surprisingly well, he is in high spirits".

WikiLeaks sets sights on major U.S. bank, founder says News November 30, 2010 02:57 PM ET Computerworld - The next target of WikiLeaks could be a major U.S. bank. In a story published yesterday on Forbes.com, WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange is quoted as saying that whistleblower Web site is sitting on tens of thousands -- possibly even hundreds of thousands -- of sensitive internal documents from a large U.S. bank.

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