November 8, 2012 It's the first indication that the Army private will acknowledge that he leaked classified information to the whistle-blowing website Wikieaks. The government could still try him on the 22 counts with which he is charged, including aiding the enemy. He faces life in prison.
August 16, 2012 The WikiLeaks founder has been living in Ecuador's London embassy since June. He's trying to avoid being extradited to Sweden, which wants to question him about allegations of sexual misconduct. Assange says his enemies want to eventually send him to the U.S.
July 5, 2012 The whistle-blowing website says the exchanges will embarrass some western companies.
June 14, 2012 Wikileaks founder Julian Assange lost an appeal to Britain's highest court to stop his extradition to Sweden, where he's wanted for questioning in connection with two sex crimes.
May 30, 2012 The WikiLeaks founder has been fighting Swedish authorities' efforts to question him about alleged sex assaults. Britain's highest court has now said he can be extradited. But Assange's attorneys plan to challenge that ruling.
March 17, 2012 The Australian is angry that his government hasn't supported him over the WikiLeaks release of hundreds of thousands of secret U.S. government files. He remains under house arrest in England, fighting extradition to Sweden, where he's accused of two sex crimes.
February 27, 2012 The company calls WikiLeaks' actions deplorable and illegal. WikiLeaks says it is exposing a firm that provides "confidential intelligence services to large corporations."
January 12, 2012 If he does face a court martial and is convicted, Pvt. Manning could be sentenced to life in prison.
December 16, 2011 Immediately after the proceeding began, Manning's accused the judge of bias and asked that he recuse himself. Manning is accused of giving WikiLeaks thousands of pages of classified information.
October 24, 2011 "An arbitrary and unlawful financial blockade ... has destroyed 95% of our revenue," the group says.
May 6, 2011 The new documents include details on an additional 35 detainees about whom no information had previously known.
April 26, 2011 Carol Rosenberg of the Miami Herald has been reporting about the detention center for years. The previously secret documents, she says, tell us a lot about the ways U.S. personnel tried to determine which detainees were and were not dangerous.