Justice Dept. Considers Charges Against Wikileaks, Julian Assange
The Justice Department is considering charges against Wikileaks and its founder Julian Assange. The CIA said Wikileaks and Assange are a major security threat, despite President Donald Trump praising them during his run for the White House. Wikileaks has published classified information including nearly three-quarters of a million sensitive documents from Chelsea Manning. This comes as the CIA and the FBI are looking for an insider who exposed top-secret government documents and hacking tools. Assange is currently living at an Ecuadorian embassy safe house in London.