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On Friday, the Republican members of the House Permanent Select Committee on Intelligence released a 253-page report on their investigation into Russian interference in the 2016 election. The purpose of the report, which the Democrats on the committe...

The Democratic National Committee today filed a lawsuit against the Russian government, Donald Trump's presidential campaign, and WikiLeaks, alleging the Trump campaign 'gleefully welcomed Russia's help.' Court papers describe a far-reaching conspira...

Political consultant and flashy dresser Roger Stone is the latest Trump flunky in trouble with special counsel Robert S. Mueller III for his sketchy dealings with WikiLeaks and potentially the Russians.  SEE ALSO: Twitter suspends and reportedly...

The House of Representatives' investigation into Russia's election interference may have ended, but Democrats are still discussing what they'd like to do if and when they regain a House majority -- and it could have significant repercu...

The​ judge who​ upheld the arrest warrant o​n Julian Assange is typical of her ilk. British magistrates and judges historically have a dreadful reputation​, if it's political the UK government cries jump and they reply how high​. A self sel...

No one can know the future, but man did Julian Assange really not have a clue. The founder and publisher of Wikileaks is a controversial figure, and a series of leaked private chats published by The Intercept demonstrate that his lightning-rod person...

UPDATED Dec. 25, 2017, 11:04 a.m. ET It's back now. With little fanfare and zero explanation, Julian Assange's Twitter account reappeared on Monday morning. It's a Christmas something-or-other. The WikiLeaks founder has tweeted two times since his ac...