"He’s obviously ruffled the feathers of some very powerful people" who "want to keep him quiet," Anderson argued on "The View."
“Problematic is an understatement, in terms of giving some hope or boost to what is and should be illegal activity,” the former special counsel said.
The previously unreported role of Russian intelligence in creating and fostering one of the most insidious conspiracy theories to arise out of the 2016 election is disclosed in “Yahoo News presents: Conspiracyland."
In Showtime's "XY Chelsea," filmmaker Tim Travers Hawkins aims to reframe the media's narrative around the Army whistleblower, who identifies as transgender.
The former Army intelligence analyst was detained again for refusing to testify against WikiLeaks.
The "Baywatch" actress claimed the WikiLeaks founder's opponents were simply angry over the 2016 presidential election.
Press freedom advocates warn the government's latest charges could have dangerous implications for journalism.
A federal grand jury returned the 18-count indictment on Thursday related to his work with Chelsea Manning.
The former Army intelligence analyst faces a new subpoena to testify before a grand jury about her contacts with WikiLeaks.
Swedish prosecutors have decided to reopen a rape case involving Wikileaks founder Julian Assange.
The Army whistleblower said she plans to defy another grand jury subpoena in an apparent case against WikiLeaks' Julian Assange.
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.
She visited the WikiLeaks founder at a high-security London lockup.
The former Army intelligence analyst was sentenced to an indefinite time behind bars in March for refusing to answer questions before a grand jury.
The former U.S. Army intelligence officer has been detained since March for refusing to testify in the government's Wikileaks case.
The WikiLeaks founder's supporters range from Ecuador's former president to actress Pamela Anderson.
The White House press secretary claimed the then-candidate wasn't serious when he praised Wikileaks over 140 times during his 2016 campaign.
Some good news for those worried about the fate of the WikiLeaks founder's pet.
The case against the WikiLeaks founder was dropped in 2017 because he couldn't be questioned in the Ecuadorian Embassy.
The former Democratic presidential nominee made it clear that the WikiLeaks co-founder's arrest is "not about punishing journalism."