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Joseph Gordon-Levitt on Meeting With the Real Edward Snowden
Joseph-Gordon Levitt may appear to many to be an obvious choice to play the role of National Security Agency whistleblower Edward Snowden. He sure looks the part. But Gordon-Levitt says he didn’t know much about Snowden when he was first approached to take the role. He told ABC News he "felt lucky"
Swedish Appeals Court Upholds Detention Order for Assange
A Swedish appeals court has upheld a detention order for WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange, who is wanted by prosecutors in a rape investigation
Swedish Appeals Court Upholds Detention Order for Julian Assange
Swedish appeals court upholds detention order for Julian Assange .
Sweden: Date Set for Questioning of Assange in Rape Case
Swedish prosecutors say Ecuadorian officials will interrogate WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange on their behalf next month in the South American country's embassy in London
Swedish Appeals Court to Rule on Assange Detention Friday
A Swedish appeals court says it will rule at week's end on whether to rescind the detention order against WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange
Trump’s Twitter Feud and Clinton Foundation Email Woes
Political analyst Matthew Dowd on Trump's immigration policy developments and Clinton's best weapon on the trail amid continued email scandal.
New Issues Face Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump
Political analyst Matthew Dowd on the fallout from Clinton's ties to the Clinton Foundation and Trump's flip-flops on his immigration policy.
Sweden to Question Wikileaks Founder Assange at London Embassy Hideout
Ecuadorian authorities have said that they will allow Swedish authorities to interrogate Wikileaks founder Julian Assange , inside their embassy in London, where he has been living for the past several years. The announcement comes four years after the South American country first granted the
WikiLeaks Offers $20K Reward for Information on DNC Staffer's Death
The Democratic National Committee staffer, Seth Rich, 27, was slain in Washington, D.C.
Julian Assange Detained 'Arbitrarily' By Sweden and UK, UN Panel Says
Julian Assange has been arbitrarily detained by Sweden and the United Kingdom since his arrest in 2010, the United Nations Working Group on Arbitrary Detention says. The expert panel, in a statement, called on the Swedish and British authorities to 'end Mr Assange's deprivation of liberty, respect