Julian Assange Is So Sick He Can’t Appear in Court Via Video Link
Assange’s mother accused the U.K. government of ”unlawfully slowly killing my son."
“I Would Rather Starve to Death”: Chelsea Manning Heads Back to Jail after Refusing to Testify Again
The U.S. whistleblower recently spent 62 days in jail.
Sweden vs. U.S.: Who'll Get Their Hands on Julian Assange First?
The extradition battle is heating up.
Chelsea Manning Warns That Trump Will Go After Journalists With “Indictments and Charges”
"Whenever a journalist makes a misstep, I think that they are put on notice now."
Sweden Will Reopen Its Rape Inquiry Against Julian Assange
Now, the U.K. government has to decide where to extradite the WikiLeaks founder first: Sweden or the U.S.?
Chelsea Manning Probably Won't Be Out of Jail for Long
Before she was even released from jail Thursday, Manning was hit with another subpoena for the exact same reason.
Julian Assange sentenced to jail in London as he faces U.S. extradition
The Wikileaks co-founder was given 50 weeks in jail as the U.S. tries to expedite him on hacking conspiracy charges.
US Government Admits It Doesn’t Know If Assange Cracked Password For Manning
An FBI agent admitted in a newly unsealed court document that the Department of Justice does not know whether Assange’s offer to help Manning came to fruition.
There's a battle brewing over where to send Julian Assange first
Investigators in Sweden say they’re considering reopening a 2010 rape case against the WikiLeaks founder
Here's why Ecuador kicked Assange out of the embassy
It's amazing they let him stay almost seven years, considering all the bad behavior
Julian Assange’s Charges Are Centered on Hacking, Not Publishing Classified Information
For years, it has been publicly reported that Julian Assange offered to help Chelsea Manning break into a classified computer system. Now the Department of Justice has charged Assange for that.
Chelsea Manning is out of solitary confinement, reps say
Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez had come to Manning’s defense on Tuesday and said her current imprisonment was “torture.”