Chelsea Manning says she didn't think her leaks would threaten national security
Over the course of four months, she leaked diplomatic cables, battlefield reports and Guantanamo detainee profiles.
Chelsea Manning explains why she leaked secret military documents
In an exclusive ABC News interview, Manning talks about why she risked her career to disclose the information and her fight for transgender rights while in military prison.
Trump's new travel ban met with protests
Protesters marched in front of the White House on the day Trump signed a revised travel ban that removes Iraq from the list of banned majority-Muslim countries and removes the indefinite ban on Syrian refugees.
Immigration lawyer gives advice to DACA recipients
ABC News' Byron Pitts sits down with Cesar Vargas, an immigration lawyer who is also a DACA recipient, himself.
Anticipation builds before President Trump's joint address to Congress
ABC News' Maggie Rulli and MaryAlice Parks discuss what to expect, from policies to protests and guests on both sides of the aisle.
Politics takes center stage at the Oscars
Host Jimmy Kimmel tweeted at President Trump, and the Iranian director of "The Salesman," Asghar Farhadi, had an acceptance speech read in his absence in protest of Trump's executive order on immigration.
Oscars 2017: Nominees wear blue ribbons in support of ACLU
As part of a new initiative to support the American Civil Liberties Union, Oscar nominees and other stars are wearing blue ribbons with the organization's name on them.
UTA holds rally in place of Oscar party
ABC News' Lesley Messer talks to the people gathered rallying with UTA in Beverly Hills.
Who checks President Trump's power on executive orders?
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ACLU Wins Temporary Injunction Against Part of Trump's Immigration Order
Lawyers set up make-shift offices in airport terminals around the country to help detained men, women and children while attorneys general of more than a dozen states condemned the order.