Sweden will seek his extradition once serves his 50-week prison term in Britain for jumping bail
Julian Assange's lawyer read out a brief apology letter to the judge which claimed: 'I did what I thought at the time was the best and perhaps the only thing that could be done'
The UK Labour leader's kneejerk support for the Wikileaks founder is entirely predictable, as is Corbyn's lack of response to the scent of anti-Semitism Assange exudes
Forging ties with Holocaust deniers, mocking Jewish Twitter users and calling a Jewish reporter 'a rat' - the WikiLeaks director has a Jew-hating past
Despite the Obama Administration deciding not to prosecute, WikiLeaks claims secret criminal charges have recently been filed by the Trump administration
Jerome Corsi claims special counsel's office wants him to plead guilty to lying to investigators but that 'it's not fair' because he was allowed to amend testimony
Conservative writer Jerome Corsi previously said he expected to be charged with lying to investigators after special counsel's team questioned him over Stone's ties to Wikileaks
The lawsuit alleges that the outlets spread a conspiracy stating that Aaron Rich, a defense contractor, worked with his brother to leak DNC documents to WikiLeaks in exchange for money
The federal lawsuit names Fox investigative reporter Malia Zimmerman and commentator Ed Butowsky liable for 'pain, anguish' and harm to their son’s reputation
Daniel Ellsberg, the military intelligence contractor who leaked the Pentagon Papers in 1971, tells Haaretz his opinions about Vietnam, Trump, Snowden and the chances of nuclear war
In a series of exchanges, released by Trump Jr. on Twitter, WikiLeaks, which has links to Russia, asks him to push leaked emails from Clinton’s campaign and to release his father's tax returns
Guardian reports Farage piqued interest of FBI due to his connections to people related to both Trump campaign and WikiLeaks ■ House committee subpoenas former Trump aide Flynn and attorney Cohen
It will bring to an end legal stand-off between Swedish prosecutors and Assange, who has been living in the Ecuadorean Embassy in London since 2012
Transgender soldier and former intel analyst in Iraq said she leaked materials to expose the U.S. army's disregard of the war's effects on civilians
WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange was granted asylum by Ecuador after a British court ordered him extradited to Sweden to face questioning in a sexual molestation case.
Documents published on Tuesday revealed new information on the CIA's hacking techniques and U.S. cyber security vulnerabilities.
How reliable is Vault 7, the information allegedly leaked from the Central Intelligence Agency? For starters, nothing stated by WikiLeaks or Assange should be taken at face value.
If 'Vault 7' does prove legitimate, the dump will represent yet another catastrophic breach for the U.S. intelligence community at the hands of WikiLeaks and its allies.
Manning has been a focus of a worldwide debate on government secrecy since she provided more than 700,000 documents, videos, diplomatic cables and battlefield accounts.
Russian intelligence officers reportedly in possession of personal and financial information on Trump, classified unconfirmed report claims; Trump blasts 'fake news.'
Seth Rich's parents repeat pleas for public not to traffic in conspiracy theories about the murder, including one connected to Wikileaks alluding to the Clintons' involvement.
The move could end a long diplomatic deadlock that has seen WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange holed up in Ecuador's London embassy since 2012.
In leaked email correspondence with his daughter, John Podesta reassures that the Democratic candidate is 'totally committed to Israeli security.'
WikiLeaks' decision to impact the U.S. election was entirely its own responsibility, Ecuador says, adding it doesn't want to meddle in election processes or favor any candidate.
Hacking group claims Assange loses access after publication of Hillary Clinton's Goldman Sachs speeches; Ecuador's foreign minister says Assange remains under government protection.
Hillary Clinton emailed several of her advisers several days after the Israeli election following Netanyahu's apology for decrying high Israeli-Arab voter turnout.
Asked if the data could be a game-changer in the election, the Australian told Fox News: 'I think it's significant. You know, it depends on how it catches fire in the public and in the media.'
In the past year alone, the radical transparency group has published medical files belonging to scores of ordinary citizens while many hundreds more have had sensitive family, financial or identity records posted to the web.
The spread of one MK’s surgical procedure over the social media is a new kind of invasion of privacy, but theft is mainly used for blackmail and resale
The accounts revealed by The New York Times show Trump's inner circle has links to Putin's comrades, but Russian oligarchs’ influence in West is much wider.