WikiLeaks founder recruits Spanish jurist in fight for asylum

Julian Assange has recruited famed Spanish jurist Baltasar Garzon as he steps up efforts to seek political asylum in South America. 

Report: WikiLeaks data helped predict attacks

77,000 military logs - published by WikiLeaks - have been used by analysts to successfully predict insurgent attacks against coalition forces in Afghanistan.

WikiLeaks trial may be a sham

A civilian lawyer for Pfc. Bradley Manning has accused US President Barack Obama and Secretary of State Hillary Clinton of making "prejudicial" comments about the former army intelligence analyst.

Claim: WikiLeaks suspect knowingly aided enemy

The US government claims to have proof that WikiLeaks suspect Bradley Manning knowingly passed state secrets to a location where it would almost certainly be obtained by enemy groups.

Anonymous touts Par:AnoIA for whistleblowers

Cyber operatives with links to the Anonymous collective have moved to establish their own whistle-blowing website dedicated to political transparency.

Claim: Terrorists treated better than WikiLeaks suspect

Pfc. Bradley Manning faces a total of 22 charges - including aiding the enemy - after thousands of classified documents allegedly downloaded by the former intelligence analyst ended up on WikiLeaks.

Whistleblower says WikiLeaks founder is in danger

A former National Security Agency (NSA) employee says WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange is in danger from certain clandestine elements within the US government. 

WikiLeaks publishes hacked Syrian data

WikiLeaks has begun publishing millions of documents linked to the Assad regime in Syria - which is currently engaged in an conflict against civilian protestors and armed combatants.

WikiLeaks founder won’t surrender to the police

WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange says he will remain at the Ecuadorian embassy in London where he is currently seeking political asylum and does not plan to surrender himself to the police. 

WikiLeaks founder handed extradition letter

Julian Assange may be holed up at the Ecuadorian embassy in London where he is seeking political asylum, but that hasn't stopped British law enforcement officials from serving him a letter of extradition.

WikiLeaks prosectors ordered to conduct "due diligence"

Military judge Col. Denise Lind has ordered Army prosecutors to account for their actions after the defense alleged the Pentagon withheld evidence from lawyers representing Pfc. Bradley Manning.

Claim: WikiLeaks suspect can't get a fair trial

Bradley Manning's defense team has accused the US government of deliberately attempting to prevent the former army intelligence analyst from receiving a fair trial. 

WikiLeaks undeterred by whistleblower crackdown

WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange may be seeking political asylum in the UK's Ecuadorian embassy, but the whistle-blowing organization has little intention of halting its activities any time soon.

WikiLeaks founder "off limits" to British authorities

The British Foreign Office confirms Julian Assange is "beyond the reach of police" so long as the WikiLeaks founder remains in the Ecuadorian embassy where he is seeking asylum. 

WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange seeks asylum

WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange has entered the Ecuadorian embassy in London where he is seeking asylum.

WikiLeaks founder fears US espionage charges

Author-activist David Swanson believes WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange will ultimately be handed over to the United States where he will be tried for espionage.

WikiLeaks founder braces for extradition

WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange is one step closer to being extradited to Sweden after the UK supreme court rejected an appeal to re-open the controversial case.

Military judge won't drop charges against Bradley Manning 

A US military judge has refused to drop half the counts leveled against Pfc. Bradley Manning.

WikiLeaks founder in heated extradition battle

Julian Assange is pulling out all the stops to prevent his pending extradition to Sweden where the WikiLeaks founder faces charges of sexual assault. 

State Department details WikiLeaks fallout

The US State Department has detailed a number of "extraordinary steps" taken to limit international fallout after thousands of classified documents were published on WikiLeaks.