Hackers Turn the Tables on Russia
A new website features documents pilfered from Kremlin officials and agencies.
How Would U.S. Prosecutors Go After Assange?
Prosecuting the WikiLeaks founder raises hard questions about U.S. press freedom that may not, at present, be answerable.
How Jared Kushner’s Newspaper Became a Favorite Outlet for WikiLeaks Election Hacks
The New York Observer, owned by Trump’s son-in-law, was a friendly outlet for the 2016 Russian hackers.
Harvard Caves to CIA Pressure, Revokes Chelsea Manning Title
Manning, the transgender former soldier who leaked thousands of diplomatic cables, lost her honorary title.
WikiLeaks Turned Down Leaks on Russian Government During U.S. Presidential Campaign
The leak organization ignored damaging information on the Kremlin to focus on Hillary Clinton and election-related hacks.
Nigel Farage Said to Be ‘Person of Interest’ in FBI’s Russia Investigation
The Brexit champion is strongly denying the allegations.
U.S. in ‘Cat and Mouse Game’ With Julian Assange
The Swedish arrest warrant is gone, but WikiLeaks founder is far from being free.
Chelsea Manning, Soldier Behind Historic Classified Leak, Released From Prison
After former President Barack Obama commuted her sentence in a controversial final move.
Russiagate: Trump Is Trying to Put Out a Fire With More Smoke
If Republicans have a shred of intellectual integrity, they’ll ignore the president’s flailing, and follow the evidence wherever it leads.
Julian Assange Is Not Ready for His Close Up
Laura Poitras turns her camera on the WikiLeaks founder for an unsparing portrait that exposes his retrograde views on women.
If the U.S. Could Prosecute Assange, It Would Have Already Done So
Trump’s team has gone from cheerleading WikiLeaks to excoriating it in a matter of months, just as the Russiagate investigation heats up.
Trump’s CIA Chief Slams WikiLeaks as ‘Hostile Intelligence Service’
In his first public speech, Mike Pompeo lambasted the site run by Julian Assange for stealing U.S. secrets and working with Russia.
U.S. Govt. Hackers Get Burned by Online Vigilantes, Researchers
Or is Russia retaliating for President Donald Trump’s Syria strikes through one of its cyber-proxies?
Comey: Yes, We’re Investigating Possible Ties Between Trump and Russia
In a rare admission, the FBI said that it has been looking into Russian meddling in the U.S. election since last summer.
Behind the Latest WikiLeaks Dump: New News?
The jury is still out about whether the latest CIA document release will cause harm. But what they could potentially be holding back may be more alarming.
WikiLeaks Has Joined the Trump Administration
The anti-American group has become the preferred intelligence service for a conspiracy-addled White House.
WikiLeaks Publishes Massive Archive of CIA Hacking Tools
Julian Assange is back, this time purportedly exposing some of Langley’s most sensitive secrets.
House Intel Committee a House Divided on Trump Investigation
Is the House Intelligence Committee going to investigate allegations of a Russia connection, or leaks?
Ecuador’s Presidential Elections Could Decide Julian Assange’s Fate
A leading presidential candidate has vowed to end Assange’s asylum if elected.