"I can't think properly," he told the judges.
The British Home Secretary has signed an extradition request. Now, Assange and the U.S. are gearing up for a heated legal battle.
Assange’s mother accused the U.K. government of ”unlawfully slowly killing my son."
If the U.S. charges Assange under the Espionage Act, it could put journalistic methods on trial.
When he was attorney general, Holder wasn't a fan of the NSA leaker. Now that he's out of government, he's saying something he could never have said back then.
The former attorney general admitted that the NSA leaks "spurred a necessary debate," and suggested a deal could be struck between the whistleblower and the DOJ.
Petraeus receives probation and a fine while others have been labeled "traitors," charged with espionage and served time in prison.
Snowden's Russian lawyer reiterated his desire to come home, but only if he is guaranteed a fair and open trial.
After Matthew Hoh's critical resignation letter was published, he was frozen out of Washington and became suicidal. Now he's trying to help whistleblowers have an easier time.
The Espionage Act, passed during WWI, is being used against Manning, Snowden and other whistleblowers.
Bradley Manning has already been tortured while kept in isolation, and after Tuesday’s verdict he is officially—in the eyes of the American justice system—a bona fide spy several times over. For sharing sensitive files with the antisecrecy site...