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Chelsea Manning To Ask Court To Quash New Grand Jury Subpoena
By Mark Hosenball, Reuters
The former Army intelligence analyst faces a new subpoena to testify before a grand jury about her contacts with WikiLeaks.
Sweden Restarts Julian Assange Rape Case
Swedish prosecutors have decided to reopen a rape case involving Wikileaks founder Julian Assange.
Chelsea Manning May Return To Jail For Still Refusing To Testify
The Army whistleblower said she plans to defy another grand jury subpoena in an apparent case against WikiLeaks' Julian Assange.
Chelsea Manning Released From Jail After Refusing To Testify On WikiLeaks
The former Army analyst said she would continue to refuse to testify before a grand jury about giving documents to WikiLeaks. She might soon go back in jail.
Pamela Anderson Defends Julian Assange After Prison Visit: 'I Love Him'
She visited the WikiLeaks founder at a high-security London lockup.
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Whistleblower Chelsea Manning Asks Court To Release Her From Prison
The former Army intelligence analyst was sentenced to an indefinite time behind bars in March for refusing to answer questions before a grand jury.
Federal Appeals Court Denies Chelsea Manning's Bail Request
By Sarah N. Lynch, Reuters
The former U.S. Army intelligence officer has been detained since March for refusing to testify in the government's Wikileaks case.
A Guide To The Eccentric Cast Of Characters Surrounding Julian Assange
The WikiLeaks founder's supporters range from Ecuador's former president to actress Pamela Anderson.
Sarah Huckabee Sanders: Trump Was 'Making A Joke' When He Said He Loved Wikileaks
The White House press secretary claimed the then-candidate wasn't serious when he praised Wikileaks over 140 times during his 2016 campaign.
WikiLeaks Says Julian Assange's Cat Is Safe, Provides Video Evidence
Some good news for those worried about the fate of the WikiLeaks founder's pet.
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Sweden's Prosecutors Could Reopen Julian Assange Rape Case
The case against the WikiLeaks founder was dropped in 2017 because he couldn't be questioned in the Ecuadorian Embassy.
Hillary Clinton Says Julian Assange Must 'Answer For What He Has Done'
The former Democratic presidential nominee made it clear that the WikiLeaks co-founder's arrest is "not about punishing journalism."
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What Julian Assange's Arrest Means For Freedom Of The Press
The charges against the WikiLeaks founder bring up huge First Amendment issues.
U.S. Indicts WikiLeaks Founder
The U.S. charged WikiLeaks founder, Julian Assange of conspiring to release military secrets in 2010.
Trump Says He Knows 'Nothing About WikiLeaks' After Once Saying 'I Love WikiLeaks'
With Julian Assange’s arrest, the president appears to have forgotten how he lavishly praised the nonprofit in 2016.
As Julian Assange Is Arrested, A Reminder Of What We've Learned From WikiLeaks
Assange faces an extradition charge related to WikiLeaks obtaining and releasing classified U.S. military information.
WikiLeaks Founder Julian Assange Arrested On Unsealed Charges In London
A British judge also found the WikiLeaks founder guilty on previous bail charges.
Chelsea Manning Out Of Solitary Confinement After 28 Days, Her Supporters Say
The whistleblower is serving an indefinite prison sentence in Virginia for refusing to testify before a grand jury.
Jim Bourg / Reuters
Roger Stone In More Hot Water With Judge Over New Book — During Gag Order
Attorneys are ordered to explain why they didn't reveal the "imminent release" of a book by indicted political operative.
Michael Cohen's Testimony To The House Oversight Committee Had Some Wild Moments
Trump's former personal attorney discussed WikiLeaks, alleged hush money payments and more.
Special Counsel Announces Evidence Of Roger Stone's WikiLeaks Contact
Robert Mueller's findings on the indicted Trump confidant appear to link him more directly to hacked campaign revelations.
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Roger Stone Pleads Not Guilty To Mueller Investigation Charges
Ryan J. Reilly
The longtime Trump adviser appeared in a D.C. court after his arrest in the special counsel's Russia probe.
Roger Stone Says He Hasn't Ruled Out Cooperating With Robert Mueller
Days after being indicted, the president's ally said he would “certainly testify honestly" if he knew of any "wrongdoing by other people in the campaign."
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RNC Chief’s Message: Don’t Worry, Everything Is Fine
Republicans lost 40 seats and control of the House, and the Russia investigation gets closer to Trump, but Ronna McDaniel had only good news for her party.
Donald Trump Responds To Roger Stone's Arrest In Mueller Investigation
The indictment alleges Stone was in contact with Trump's campaign and WikiLeaks about information that would be damaging to Hillary Clinton.
Sarah Huckabee Sanders Won't Say If Trump Was Behind Roger Stone's WikiLeaks Contact
The White House press secretary admitted to not having read Stone's indictment.
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