This week, Army Pfc. Bradley Manning took the stand at his own sentencing hearing. He apologized for hurting his country by providing hundreds of thousands of classified documents to the secret-spilling site WikiLeaks. Meanwhile, the National Security Agency will try to limit leaks by cutting 90 percent of their systems administrators. This, after contractor Edward Snowden spilled the beans about government surveillance.
The cases are also taking their toll on the press. John Donnelly, editor of "Executive Briefing Defense" for CQ Roll Call, discussed those issues with Capital Insider.