How Julian Assange became an enemy of the truth
You almost have to feel sorry for Julian Assange. Shut in at the Ecuadorean Embassy in London without access to sunlight, the founder of WikiLeaks is reduced to self-parody these days.
US spy chiefs confront Trump with Russia findings
US spy chiefs were set to confront an openly dismissive President-elect Donald Trump Friday with their evidence that Russia mounted an unprecedented bid to disrupt the US elections by hacking his Democratic rivals.
Ecuador sends report on Assange questioning to Sweden
Ecuadorian authorities have sent to Sweden the results of WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange's questioning on rape allegations at their embassy in London, the public prosecutor's office said on Thursday.
Trump again raises doubt that Russia hacked US election
President-elect Donald Trump on Wednesday again cast doubt on US intelligence findings that Russia hacked the presidential election, repeating WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange's assertion that leaked information damaging to Democrats did not come from Moscow.
WikiLeaks urges leaks of departing Obama White House documents
WikiLeaks appealed Tuesday for leaked White House documents before President Barack Obama leaves office, as its founder Julian Assange again denied Russia was the source of hacked Democratic party emails that hurt Hillary Clinton's bid for the US presidency.
Assange claims sex was 'consensual' in released testimony
WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange has told authorities investigating him over a rape allegation that his accuser "made it very clear" she wanted to have sex, according to testimony he released Wednesday.
Assange questioning in London ends after two days
Wikileaks founder Julian Assange's questioning at the Ecuadoran embassy in London over a longstanding rape allegation ended on Tuesday, Swedish prosecutors said.
Assange faces questioning by prosecutors
WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange faces questioning by prosecutors Monday at the Ecuadoran embassy in London in a twist in the long-running legal battle over a rape allegation against him.
Assange blasts Clinton on Russia email leak claims
WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange on Tuesday defended the website's decision to publish emails from Hillary Clinton's election campaign team and denied a link with Russia, as Americans went to the polls.
Ecuador to question Assange on rape allegations
Julian Assange will be questioned next week over longstanding rape accusations, Sweden's public prosecutor's office announced Monday, saying an Ecuadorian prosecutor would visit the WikiLeaks founder in the embassy where he has been holed up since 2012.