Julian Assange

4.12.19

What's Gone On This Week: Black Hole Energy

Scientists take the first photo of a black hole, while Assange gets nicked and a government website inadvertently sends people looking for information about bees to a list of escort services.

4.12.19

Julian Assange’s Whistleblowing Doesn’t Make Him Immune to Critique

Yes, he founded Wikileaks and has also flagrantly dodged two sexual assault allegations – both realities can be true at once.

4.12.19

This is Just the Beginning for Julian Assange

The U.S. could be trying to bring additional charges against the WikiLeaks founder.

4.12.19

Let's Revisit Those Rumors that Julian Assange Eats Everything with His Hands

"...He ate both the baked potato and the jam pudding with his hands," Assange's former ghostwriter claims.

4.11.19

The Met Police Just Arrested Julian Assange in London

Assange's lawyer says he was arrested for breach of bail conditions and a US extradition request.

6.13.17

‘Risk’ Is a Documentary About Becoming Disillusioned With Julian Assange

After spending four years filming the WikiLeaks founder, Laura Poitras still has more questions than answers.

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5.19.17

What Happened When Assange Addressed the Press

It was announced this morning that the preliminary investigation into the Wikileaks founder regarding allegations of rape has been "discontinued".

10.25.16

The WikiLeaks Emails Show How a Clinton White House Might Operate

The emails and their aftermath show just how difficult it will be for Hillary Clinton to get things done from the White House

10.21.16

The Wikileaks Story Is Even More Dramatic Thanks to This Composer's Auto-Tuned Opera

The Source's Ted Hearnes talks about his musical take on the human cost of war and the many faces of Chelsea Manning.

10.18.16

Did Pam Anderson Try to Assassinate Julian Assange With a Vegan Sandwich?

Cue the Stranger Things soundtrack, please.

10.14.16

What We've Learned from the Wikileaks Clinton Campaign Emails So Far

Hillary Clinton wanted to face Donald Trump, she dreams of "open trade and open borders" across the Americas, and some advisers were thinking about a "Catholic spring."

5.21.16

'Risk' Is a Weirdly Satisfying Look into the Life of Julian Assange

Laura Poitras's new documentary offers a thrilling and intimate look into the life of one of the most controversial journalists in the world.

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