Latest "Justice Department" stories
Brent DeSalvo, 48, of Manchester, Tennessee, has pleaded not guilty in Coffee County Circuit Court to two felony charges and one misdemeanor charge.
The employee at Arnold Air Force Base allegedly stole nearly $90,000 in military and state government radio equipment software, federal investigators say.
While Rhodes received a long sentence for seditious conspiracy and other convictions, the 18-year term was below federal guidelines' recommendations.
Spy cases are rare. More typically, the act applies to the unauthorized gathering, possessing or transmitting of certain sensitive government information.
By Joseph Ferguson and Thomas A. Durkin, Loyola University Chicago
The Justice Department has launched an investigation into the possible release of Pentagon documents that were posted on several social media sites.
By Lolita C. Baldor, AP