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Roger Stone In More Hot Water With Judge Over New Book — During Gag Order
Attorneys are ordered to explain why they didn't reveal the "imminent release" of a book by indicted political operative.
Michael Cohen's Testimony To The House Oversight Committee Had Some Wild Moments
Trump's former personal attorney discussed WikiLeaks, alleged hush money payments and more.
Special Counsel Announces Evidence Of Roger Stone's WikiLeaks Contact
Robert Mueller's findings on the indicted Trump confidant appear to link him more directly to hacked campaign revelations.
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Roger Stone Pleads Not Guilty To Mueller Investigation Charges
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The longtime Trump adviser appeared in a D.C. court after his arrest in the special counsel's Russia probe.
Roger Stone Says He Hasn't Ruled Out Cooperating With Robert Mueller
Days after being indicted, the president's ally said he would “certainly testify honestly" if he knew of any "wrongdoing by other people in the campaign."
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RNC Chief’s Message: Don’t Worry, Everything Is Fine
Republicans lost 40 seats and control of the House, and the Russia investigation gets closer to Trump, but Ronna McDaniel had only good news for her party.
Donald Trump Responds To Roger Stone's Arrest In Mueller Investigation
The indictment alleges Stone was in contact with Trump's campaign and WikiLeaks about information that would be damaging to Hillary Clinton.
Sarah Huckabee Sanders Won't Say If Trump Was Behind Roger Stone's WikiLeaks Contact
The White House press secretary admitted to not having read Stone's indictment.
Longtime Trump Adviser Roger Stone Indicted In Mueller Investigation
Longtime Trump adviser, Roger Stone has been arrested and charged as part of the investigation into Russian collusion.
WikiLeaks Sends Out 140 Verboten Statements On Assange That Reporters Can't Write: Report
Including that he bleaches his hair, reports Reuters.
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How WikiLeaks, Paul Manafort And Roger Stone Fit Into The Mueller Investigation
The special counsel has zeroed in on Julian Assange's organization and its potential links to the Trump campaign.
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Mueller Focused On Tip About Roger Stone And WikiLeaks Plans, Document Shows
By Chad Day, AP
The document provides a window into Mueller’s investigation into Russian election interference and possible coordination with Trump’s associates.
Giuliani Says Trump Doesn't Know If Paul Manafort Met With WikiLeaks’ Julian Assange
Trump’s lawyer says Manafort’s lawyers told him the March 2016 meeting reported by a British newspaper never happened, but that Trump has no way of knowing.
Julian Assange Faces Federal Charges. But Let's Not Forget What We've Learned From WikiLeaks.
As the U.S. reportedly closes in on Julian Assange, a look back at WikiLeaks' biggest stories.
Prosecutors Mistakenly Reveal Criminal Charges Against Julian Assange
It seems like prosecutors accidentally pasted text into the wrong document and filed it.
Justice Department Preparing To Prosecute WikiLeaks Founder Julian Assange: WSJ
DOJ expects to soon prosecute Assange, who has been living in London, reports The Wall Street Journal.
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Julian Assange Sought Russian Visa In 2010, New Document Leak Shows
By Raphael Satter, AP
WikiLeaks documents leaked to The Associated Press illustrate Assange's relationship with Moscow.
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Norwegian Police Launch Investigation Into Disappearance of WikiLeaks Associate
Arjen Kamphuis was last seen two weeks ago.
Julian Assange 'Seriously Considering' Testifying Before Senate Panel
Assange's safety must be ensured, his lawyer says.
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Julian Assange Could Be Turned Over To U.K. Authorities Soon: Report
Ecuador is in talks to kick the WikiLeaks founder out of its embassy in London, according to The Intercept.
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Giuliani’s New Stance On Russian Collusion: So What? It’s Not Illegal.
“It was sort of like a gift," Giuliani said of the Clinton campaign material stolen by Russia. "And you’re not involved in the illegality of getting it.”
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FBI Search Of CIA Leak Suspect Turned Up Photos Of Sex Assault On Unconscious Friend
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The government suspects that Joshua Adam Schulte gave documents to WikiLeaks, but they're holding him on child pornography charges.
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Democrats Sue Russia And Trump Campaign, Alleging Conspiracy In 2016 Election
By Mark Hosenball and David Alexander, Reuters
The party alleged that top officials in Trump’s campaign conspired with Russia to hurt Hillary Clinton .
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Trump Loved Hacks. But Now They're Hitting His People — And Anyone Could Be Next.
The hackers are improving their strategies for stealing private emails to sway public actions.
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Adrian Lamo, Hacker Who Turned In Chelsea Manning, Dies at 37
Lamo was also known for hacking organizations including The New York Times, Microsoft and Yahoo.
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Yes, Russia Likely Did Swing Votes For Donald Trump
And he didn’t keep talking about the WikiLeaks emails stolen by Russia because he thought voters didn’t care.
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