Group says Trans-Pacific Partnership would "trample over individual rights and free expression"
Bill Condon's film offers a complex but ultimately one-sided portrait of charismatic Wikileaks founder Julian Assange
"The Fifth Estate" and "Sherlock" star wants journalists to ask better questions and loves John Hughes movies
The actor explained how Assange's sharp response to a meeting request affected his decision to star in "The Fifth Estate"
The WikiLeaks founder declined to meet with the actor who portrays him in "The Fifth Estate"
The "Star Trek Into Darkness" star channels Julian Assange's snark to rip into the quality of journalism at the UK news organization
The whistleblowing organization released a lengthy memo detailing everything wrong with the film, from its perspective
Bill Condon's impeccably cast, well-paced WikiLeaks drama "The Fifth Estate" is preceded by a tribute to the late critic
Commentary: Why have news outlets denied Manning's request?
A day after sentencing, Manning announces identification as a woman
Army private faced 90 years after espionage convictions
Mixed verdict for Army private who supplied classified information to Wikileaks
Los Angeles Police Department does not suspect foul play in June 18 car accident
"We Steal Secrets: The Story of WikiLeaks" director Alex Gibney grilled on the politics of radical transparency
Laura Linney is in talks to join Benedict Cumberbatch in DreamWorks “Untitled Julian Assange WikiLeaks Project"
New Australian television movie shows Julian Assange as a young hacker
Wikileaks founder has been staying in Ecuadorean embassy in London for two months
The widely read political columnist will move his blog to The Guardian
The whistle-blower site spent nearly $302,450 in the first six months of 2012, but only took in $40,230
Julian Assange left the house where he was under house arrest to apply for asylum in London
WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange may be extradited to Sweden to face accusations of sexual misconduct
Series will feature controversial whistle-blower Julian Assange interviewing assorted "politicians, revolutionaries, intellectuals, artists and visionaries"
Controversial spiller of government secrets will interview "iconoclasts, visionaries and power insiders" to discuss "the world tomorrow"
Twitter user linked to its full archive of leaked cables with the identities of at-risk individuals unredacted
Yes, it's still possible to keep explosive news under wraps -- provided you're the U.S. government
Biopic on controversial WikiLeaks founder would be his first non-documentary project
News outlets outside of WikiLeak embargo race to get out ahead of official document "dump"
The studio is the latest company looking to make a movie about Julian Assange
British court rules Wikileaks founder can be extradited to Sweden for questioning in sex crimes case
Mark Boal, Management 360 and Financier Megan Ellison have optioned a 'New York Times Magazine' article about WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange