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‘You just said you did’: AP busts Trump for lying about watching CNN two minutes after he admitted it

In a interview with the Associated Press that was published over the weekend, President Donald Trump refused to condemn WikiLeaks and repeatedly contradicted himself. Speaking to Trump from the Oval..
Raw Story

WikiLeaks releases top-secret CIA documents as US considers charges against Julian Assange

A 31-page manual on how to use the CIA's 'Weeping Angel' surveillance software is now available online
Independent

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News video: Students Turn Trash Into Treasure

Students Turn Trash Into Treasure

Erin O'Brien explains how even our area's youngest citizens are keeping trash out of the landfill and putting garbage to good use.
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News video: Challenges Will Be Facing The Veterans Affair Secretary

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Return to Newtown Defenseless Out of Darkness Questions linger over who President Trump has met at Mar-a-Lago Thousands of scientists expected at nationwide Earth Day marches Students suing government..
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News video: ‘Arresting Assange is a priority’: US to file charges against WikiLeaks founder  – report

‘Arresting Assange is a priority’: US to file charges against WikiLeaks founder – report 06:07

Officials reportedly claim the Department of Justice is ready to file arrest charges against WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange. Press advocates warn that if the US goes after the pro-transparency..
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News video: DOJ weighing charges against WikiLeaks

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WikiLeaks published more top secret documents from the CIA on Friday, just as the Justice Department is weighing charges against the site. CBS News justice and homeland security correspondent Jeff..
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News video: Attorney general considering charges against WikiLeaks

Attorney general considering charges against WikiLeaks 02:11

Attorney General Jeff Sessions said Friday that his department is considering charges against members of WikiLeaks, which has repeatedly posted classified government documents online. More leaked..
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WikiLeaks reveals CIA's Weeping Angel tool for hacking Samsung TVs

WikiLeaks continues to release documents that reveal various hacking tools used by the CIA. After the HIVE revelations just over a week ago, the group has followed up with details of operations that..
betanews

WikiLeaks: 31-pager 'alleged' code for CIA device that can use Smasung TVs to spy released

This leak is the latest from among a series of leaks including those by Chelsea Manning and Edward Snowden.
DNA

WikiLeaks Reminds Trump of How Much He Loved Them Before Bringing Charges Against Assange

WikiLeaks seemed to troll President *Donald Trump* yesterday with a little reminder of the times where he sung their praises.
Mediaite

Krieger: The American Empire Under Trump Has Become Increasingly Desperate, Dangerous, & Insecure

krieger: the american empire under trump has become increasingly desperate, dangerous, & insecure
Authored by Mike Krieger via Liberty Blitzkrieg blog, My current working hypothesis is that the U.S. is a *late-stage empire about to enter a more serious and dangerous period of collapse.* In case..
Zero Hedge

WATCH: Wikileaks trolls Trump with video of him saying he ‘loves’ them after threat to arrest Assange

Following an announcement from President Donald Trump’s Justice Department that there are plans to arrest Wikileaks founder Julian Assange, the information dissemination group trolled the president..
Raw Story

WikiLeaks releases more CIA docs as U.S. weighs charges

WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange has all but dared U.S. officials to come after him
CBS News

Prosecuting WikiLeaks Endangers All Reporters, First Amendment Experts Say

prosecuting wikileaks endangers all reporters, first amendment experts say
The Trump Administration’s threat to criminally prosecute WikiLeaks could open the door to criminal charges against mainstream American news organizations because they also leak secret government..
The Wrap

Attorney general considering charges against WikiLeaks

Attorney General Jeff Sessions said Friday that his department is considering charges against members of WikiLeaks, which has repeatedly posted classified government documents online. More leaked..
CBS News

Jeff Sessions Refuses to Rule Out Criminal Prosecutions of Mainstream Press

jeff sessions refuses to rule out criminal prosecutions of mainstream press
Attorney General Jeff Sessions on Friday refused to rule out whether the Trump Administration might criminally prosecute mainstream news organizations for leaking confidential federal documents. CNN..
The Wrap

Trump Pivots Away From Base-Ten Numerical System

*Like what you read below? **Sign up for HUFFPOST HILL** and get a cheeky dose of political news every evening! * President Trump wants Congress next week to fund the government, repeal Obamacare,..
Huffington Post

Trump: Charges Against Assange Would be 'OK'

President Donald Trump says that if the Justice Department wants to charge WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange, "it's OK with me."
Newsmax

Sessions won't say if Assange charges could lead to prosecution of journalists

Attorney General Jeff Sessions on Friday declined to say whether the Justice Department's decision to prepare charges against Julian Assange of WikiLeaks would open the door to such action against U.S...
CNNMoney

Justice Dept. Considers Charges Against Wikileaks, Julian Assange

The Justice Department is considering charges against Wikileaks and its founder Julian Assange.
cbs4.com

Federal Prosecutors Weigh Wikileaks Charges

Federal prosecutors are weighing criminal charges against leaders and members of WikiLeaks, an organization that posts leaked documents on its website, but no charges are imminent, according to people..
Wall Street Journal

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