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# Classified Documents

This year
2023
Donald Trump pleads not guilty to new charges in secret documents case
The plea came one day after Trump pleaded not guilty in a federal court in Washington.
Donald Trump’s property manager to make first court appearance over classified documents
Carlos De Oliveira has been added to indictment over allegation he schemed to hide security footage at Mar-a-Lago.
Donald Trump faces fresh charges in classified documents case as legal woes grow
The twice-impeached former president was first indicted in the classified documents case last month.
Donald Trump becomes target of probe over classified documents
Trump had stored classified documents at his Mar-a-Lago residence after leaving the White House.
No classified documents found in search of Biden's beach home in Delaware, lawyer says
It’s the latest stage of an operation to track down improperly stored classified documents.
US president Joe Biden ‘surprised’ government records found at old office
The White House confirmed that the Department of Justice was reviewing ‘a small number of documents with classified markings’.
Last year
2022
US Justice Department asks appeals court to lift judge’s barring order on Mar-a-Lago documents
It said the hold needed to be lifted immediately so work could resume.
All time
Tony Blair's 1997 Famine message was ghost-written by aides as he couldn't be contacted
The 1997 speech, marking the 150th anniversary of the Famine, did not have input from the then-Prime Minister, files show.
Chelsea Manning says 'justice has been served' in first interview since being released
Manning said she’d like to thank Obama “for giving me a chance”.
Former Wikileaks spokesman claims he deleted thousands of files
Daniel Domscheit-Berg says he destroyed about 3,500 unpublished documents that had been forwarded to the whistleblowing website in order to protect sources.
WikiLeaks suspect forced to sleep naked
The US army private suspected of passing classified documents to Wikileaks has been forced to sleep naked in military jail.