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Assange Court Hearing: Day Two
Assange Victory Would Overturn European Law
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Wikileaks Founder Faces Extradition; Shadows of US Intention Loom
Will Assange's case set precedent?
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Wikileaks Founder Julian Assange Faces Extradition, Then...'The Simpsons'
Assange steps up his TV presence before court hearing
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Wikileaks Founder to Host New Television Series
10-part series on iconoclasts, visionaries, power insiders, and 'the world tomorrow'
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As Bradley Manning’s Trial Nears, WikiLeaks Founder Remains in US Prosecutors’ Sights
LONDON — As the suspected source for the biggest intelligence leak in American history faces his first hearing Friday, U.S. prosecutors have their eye on another prize: the man who disclosed the documents to the world. When WikiLeaks' spectacular disclosures of U.S. secrets exploded onto the scene...
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Mother of WikiLeaks Founder Calls for Australia to Lobby US Against Extraditing Assange
CANBERRA, Australia — Julian Assange’s mother protested outside Parliament House during President Barack Obama’s visit Thursday, demanding Australia lobby the United States against extraditing her son in a WikiLeaks investigation. Scores of protesters in Australia’s capital demanded the government...
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Sick in U.S. More Likely to Skip Care Than Elsewhere
CHICAGO — Americans who have a chronic illness or serious health problems are more likely to struggle to pay their medical bills or have problems getting needed care than adults with similar problems in other high-income countries, a survey released Wednesday found. The poll of more than 18,000...
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Struggling to Find Happiness in the Age of Austerity
We’re fed up, teed-off, mad as hell. And we’re not going to take it any more. But whoa. While protests burst national boundaries and a wave of anger roils across the world, there’s a growing urge to measure national happiness, well-being and what people like about their lives. Given the current...
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Assange Loses Appeal Against Extradition
London court rules WikiLeaks founder should be sent to Sweden to face questioning over sexual assault allegations.
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Johnson & Johnson Baby Shampoo Has Cancer-Causing Chemicals, Group Says
TRENTON, N.J. -- Two chemicals considered harmful to babies remain in Johnson & Johnson's baby shampoo sold in the U.S., even though the company already makes versions without them, according to a coalition of health and environmental groups. The Campaign for Safe Cosmetics has unsuccessfully...
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