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Assange Questioned at Ecuadorean Embassy in London
WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange was being questioned by prosecutors Monday at the Ecuadorean Embassy in London about possible sexual misconduct committed in Sweden six years ago.
WikiLeaks Doesn't Have Dirt on Donald Trump, Founder Says
Wikileaks founder Julian Assange today defended the anti-secrecy organization against claims that it has been trying to torpedo Hillary Clinton's presidential bid, saying it simply doesn't have good enough information on Donald Trump or the other presidential candidates to expose them in the same
WikiLeaks Founder: Russian Government Is Not Our 'Source'
The founder of WikiLeaks , Julian Assange, flatly denied that the Russian government was the source of the ocean of stolen emails from the Clinton campaign and the Democratic Party that the anti-secrecy site has been publishing online by the thousands in the lead up to Election Day - despite the
Netflix and iTunes: What's New in November
Netflix and iTunes are piling on the new titles for November. One of the most-anticipated projects of the year, the " Gilmore Girls " reboot, finally premieres Nov. 25, and star Lauren Graham has promised that fans won't be disappointed. "The thing one might worry about is, does it feel like just
WikiLeaks Emails Allegedly Show Clinton Campaign Consultant Considering 'Swift Boat'-Style Attack on Donald Trump
The anti-secrecy website WikiLeaks posted today an email exchange that it claims shows top Hillary Clinton campaign staff discussing a "swift boat project" aimed at Donald Trump . “I know you can’t look past Bernie and March primaries -- but who is in charge of the Trump swift boat project? Needs
Donald Trump Threatens Sexual Misconduct Accusers with Lawsuits
The "GMA" team of insiders analyze some of the biggest stories trending this morning.
Ecuador Has 'Temporarily Restricted' Julian Assange's Internet
The Wikileaks founder's host admit that it cut off Assange's internet access at its embassy in London.
Clinton's Relationship with Banks Detailed in Purportedly Hacked Emails
The recent publication of what appear to be hacked emails belonging to Clinton campaign chairman John Podesta by Wikileaks sheds new light into what purport to be previously-concealed speeches Hillary Clinton gave to banks and financial firms while a private citizen. The speeches, which were
Hillary Clinton Sidesteps Hacked Email Question
Hillary Clinton sidestepped a debate question over whether politicians should have "both a public and a private position," as recently published emails purport to show her supporting opposing views in April 2013. On Friday, WikiLeaks published what appeared to be emails hacked from the Clinton