WikiLeaks releases lots of classified information to the public. But who is behind WikiLeaks and how does the organization work?
Assange's mental health is too precarious for him to be exposed to the US prison system, a judge in the UK rules.
New Justice Department indictment charges the WikiLeaks founder with conspiring with LulzSec and Chelsea Manning to commit computer crimes.
The release is ordered a day after Manning, who refused to testify in a grand jury investigation of Wikileaks, attempted suicide.
A lawyer for WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange reportedly surfaces the allegation during a London hearing. The White House calls it a "complete fabrication."
UK Home Secretary Sajid Javid has signed the request from the US Department of Justice.
Sexual assault allegations are partly what led the WikiLeaks founder to remain inside the Ecuadorian Embassy in London for nearly seven years.
The WikiLeaks founder was arrested last month at the Ecuadorian Embassy in London.
The WikiLeaks founder spent at least part of his time in the Ecuadorian embassy in London learning new moves but footage shows he had a long way to go.
While WikiLeaks’ work can be considered journalism, offering to hack a password isn’t.
Assange was taken into custody in London after living in the Ecuadorian Embassy for almost seven years.
From The 3:59 show: We break down whether his use of journalism as defense holds water.
The WikiLeaks founder faces charges in the US tied to his alleged role in a massive leak of classified information.