Egypt's first democratically elected president, ousted by the military in 2013 after a year in office, collapsed in court and died during his trial Monday.
Assange will never see fair trial amid 'industrial-grade demonization campaign' – Max Blumenthal
College Loses $11 Million For Sponsoring Racial Protest...And $33 Million More In Punitive
Internet entrepreneur Kim Dotcom and three of his former colleagues on Monday took their fight against being extradited to the U.S. to New Zealand's top court.
Will Assange Survive Prison? Or Is This Truly The End For Him?
Last week Julian Assange of Wikileaks was charged with 17 new charges under the espionage act marking the first time this has ever happened to a journalist. What was his crime? He published the Iraq War Logs, reports which detail 109,032 deaths in Ir
Boris Johnson has been summoned over lies he allegedly made during the Brexit Referendum campaign.
What's NEXT For Julian Assange and Chelsea Manning- discussed with Ford Fisher of news2share
Things seem to be moving quickly now. It has been a remarkable few weeks in American history.
The worst fears of Julian Assange's legal team have just been realized. Just as Wikileaks' editor in chief anticipated, the DoJ has revealed that a grand jury in Virginia has returned a new 18-count superseding indictment against Assange that incl
Given To The United States...What's happening with Julian Assange is heart-breaking. He's a hero, just like Edward Snowden. Government secrets are kept, not to protect 'national security' as commonly claimed, but rather to protect political a
The treacherous government of Ecuador has opened Julian Assange's private quarters at its UK embassy up to US investigators, who have seized Assange's legal defense documents, medical records, and electronic devices. In what kind of court is the pr
How one mother's determination to gain access to her late husband's digital photos to show their daughter how much he loved her resulted in a tortuous three-year legal battle with the tech giant
A California jury has awarded a couple more than $2 billion in a verdict against Monsanto, a subsidiary of Bayer. This is the third recent court decision involving claims that the company's Roundup weed killer caused cancer.
and Extradition...The Swedish prosecuting authority announced at a Stockholm press conference Monday that Sweden would seek Assange's extradition from Britain to face investigation on a nearly decade-old allegation of sexual assault.
The Supreme Court on Monday ruled 5-4 against Apple, saying iPhone users can pursue their antitrust lawsuit involving the tech giant's signature electronic marketplace, the App Store.
While Elon Musk seems to have avoided accountability and serious repercussions relating to his "funding secured" fake buyout fiasco from last year, his feet may end up being held to the fire for a different social media outburst.
The NXIVM trial continues, what are they not telling you?
Judge orders a three-year-old boy with cancer to undergo chemotherapy after his parents refused the medical treatment in favor of cannabis and natural remedies
And Bill Clinton too
Federal law only allows continued detention if there's a chance detention will force her to testify
The owner of a Washington, D.C., area radio station that broadcasts Sputnik International 24/7 has been ordered to register his Florida-based broadcasting company as a Russian federal agent.
Salacious details of pedophilia and sexual slavery were heard on Tuesday in a Brooklyn courtroom as the trial of NXIVM's former leader, Keith Raniere, got underway.
The Assange Extradition Begins!
Assange Sentenced! Will Do More Time Than Epstein
During the first hearing in what's expected to be a protracted legal battle over the US's extradition request, Wikileaks' founder Julian Assange told a British judge that he wished to fight extradition, and the hearing was concluded with the next cou
A French television documentary that accuses Catholic priests of sexually abusing nuns has been pulled from the French-German television channel Arte after a priest filed a complaint with a German court.
The regulatory fight over Elon Musk's bizarre tweeting habit is once again over, and once again the SEC has folded like a lawn chair.
As regulators continue to move at a glacial pace, Axios reports that companies themselves are subjecting rivals to charges of unfair monopolies to disrupt Big Tech market dominance. First established as the Sherman Act in 1890, antitrust laws were p
Roger Stone is calling on a federal judge to dismiss charges against him stemming from special counsel Robert Mueller's Russia probe, while also demanding an unredacted copy of the final report.