WASHINGTON (AP) - Secretary of State Hillary Rodham Clinton says the leak of hundreds of thousands of secret diplomatic documents is an attack not only on the United States but also the international community.
In her first public comments since the weekend release of the classified State Department cables, Clinton said Monday that online whistleblower Wikileaks acted illegally in posting the material.
She said the Obama administration was "aggressively pursuing" those responsible for the leak.
She said the leaks erode trust between nations. But Clinton also said she was "confident" that U.S. partnerships would withstand the challenges posed by the latest revelations.
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Biographical information on Maryland's contestants in the 2013 Scripps National Spelling Bee
A one-year-old child is dead following a shooting in Cherry Hill Friday evening.
The Baltimore City Police Department launched an investigation on their own following a training incident this past Tuesday.
A 12-year-old girl is in serious bus stable condition after falling nearly 50 feet at Rocks State Park in Jarrettsville.