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  NBC News Update: July 31th, 2013

The morning NOW: 7/31/13

The pork jokes are flying as the Rand/Christie beef escalates Full story

Bradley Manning awaits sentencing

  The former Army private faces 136 years in prison after being convicted of espionage, leaking classified information, and other charges. NBC’s Jim Miklaszewski reports.

From obscurity, Manning became polarizing symbol

The honors and accolades for Bradley Manning proliferated over three years: international peace prizes, solidarity campaigns by celebrities, an effort to designate him grand marshal of San Francisco's gay pride parade. Full story

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Manning acquitted of aiding enemy, still may face long jail term

Manning found not guilty of aiding the enemy

Manning supporters to hold demonstration after verdict

The Bradley Manning verdict and ‘collateral murder’

Verdict likely Tuesday in WikiLeaks court-martial

Judge deliberates in GI's WikiLeaks trial

U.S. WikiLeaks soldier is whistleblower, not traitor -defense

No torture or execution for Snowden, Justice Dept. promises Russia

‘Aiding the enemy’ charge allowed in trial of Bradley Manning

Judge in U.S. WikiLeaks case declines to dismiss charge of aiding enemy

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  NBC News Update: July 30th, 2013

Israelis and Palestinians continue their push for peace, Bradley Manning will soon learn his fate and Anthony Weiner's popularity is plummeting.

  Manning spared on ‘aiding the enemy’

MSNBC host Ari Melber (“The Cycle”) joins Martin Bashir to analyze why today’s Bradley Manning is bad for leakers but possibly good for those who report on them.

  Verdict expected today in Bradley Manning trial

Three years after being taken into custody, Bradley Manning, the Army private who sent troves of government secrets to WikiLeaks, is expected to learn his fate today. NBC’s Jim Miklaszewski reports.

  Closing arguments wrap in Manning trial

Deliberations are set to begin in the trial of Pfc. Bradley Manning, who stands accused of leaking 700,000 classified documents to WikiLeaks. NBC’s Jim Miklaszewski reports.

  The post-leak 'Alice and Wonderland world'

Ed Pilkington discusses the Snowden leak and the ensuing "Alice in Wonderland world" aftermath.

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