From the Pentagon Papers to WikiLeaks

Daniel Ellsberg, who leaked top secret Pentagon Papers during the Vietnam War, says he strongly identifies with Pfc. Bradley Manning. 



US formulates secret charges against WikiLeaks

Federal prosectors in the United States have reportedly formulated secret charges that could eventually be pressed against WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange.

Wikileaks publishes emails from 'shadow CIA'

Wikileaks has today started publishing more than five million emails from intelligence company Stratfor, which was hacked late last year by Anonymous.

WikiLeaks suspect charged with aiding the enemy

Pfc. Bradley Manning has been formally charged with aiding the enemy as he stands accused of leaking thousands of classified documents that ultimately ended up on WikiLeaks.



WikiLeaks eyes offshore base of operations

Investors and supporters of the whistle-blowing WikiLeaks website are reportedly attempting to move the organization's servers offshore in an effort to avoid prosecution from US law enforcement officials.

WikiLeaks announces the Julian Assange show



WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange has announced that he will be hosting a series of in-depth conversations with key political players, thinkers and revolutionaries from around the world.

WikiLeaks suspect headed for a court martial

The officer who presided over the pre-trial hearing of Pfc. Bradley Manning has recommended the soldier be sent to a full court martial.



DHS steps up Internet monitoring


The US Department of Homeland Security (DHS) is now "monitoring" a number of popular websites, including Facebook, Twitter, WikiLeaks, the HuffPo, Drudge, JihadWatch and Wired Danger Room.

Can WikiLeaks suspect get a fair trial?


A former military analyst has questioned whether or not the Pentagon can provide Pfc. Bradley Manning with a fair trial.

Adrian Lamo makes an appearance at WikiLeaks trial

Adrian Lamo made an appearance today at the military pretrial of Pfc. Bradley Manning which is being held at Fort Meade in Maryland.

WikiLeaks trial reveals Army security SNAFU

The ongoing pretrial of Pfc. Bradley Manning has revealed a shocking lack of security procedures in the soldier's former intelligence unit which was once stationed in Iraq.

US Army kicks off WikiLeaks pretrial

Pfc. Bradley Manning today appeared at a pretrial hearing held at Fort Meade in Maryland, where he stands accused of leaking thousands of classified documents that ultimately ended up on WikiLeaks.

Defense terms WikiLeaker a "troubled" soldier

Army Pfc. Bradley E. Manning stands accused of leaking thousands of classified diplomatic cables that eventually ended up on the whistle-blowing WikiLeaks website.

Court rules Assange can continue extradition fight

Julian Assange has won the latest round in his fight to avoid extradition from the UK to Sweden over sex allegations - though it's probably just a stay of execution.

WikiLeaks debuts the Spy Files

WikiLeaks has launched a new initiative known as the Spy Files by posting documents that reveal a "secret industry" spanning 25 countries. 



WikiLeaks delays anon whistleblower system


WikiLeaks has indefinitely delayed the launch of a new system that would have allowed whistleblowers to remain anonymous while submitting tips.

WikiLeaks suspect to face military prosecutors

The US military will kick off initial court martial proceedings against Pfc. Bradley Manning on December 16.

US Army preps for WikiLeaks trial

The US Army is preparing to conduct a pre-trial hearing for Pfc. Bradley Manning. The soldier stands accused of transferring thousands of classified documents that eventually ended up on the whistle-blowing WikiLeaks site.



Cash crisis forces suspension of Wikileaks

Whistle-blowing website Wikileaks has suspended the release of information, and says that financial problems could lead to the permanent closure of the site.

Government issues secret orders to get WikiLeaks email data

The US government used a secret court order to obtain information on the email accounts of WikiLeaks volunteer Jacob Appelbaum, the Wall Street Journal reports.