Separate bail warrant stands after Sweden drops sexual assault investigation
Scotland Yard says it will still arrest Mr Assange over skipping bail if he leaves embassy
House Majority Leader Kevin McCarthy backtracks on 'joke' made a month before US President secured party nomination last July
Analyst convicted over WikiLeaks cables says she will work to rebuild her life
Attorney General Jeff Sessions says WikiLeaks founder's arrest 'a priority'
Mr Assange has been living in the Ecuadorian Embassy in London for five years
Wikileaks first attracted Justice Department attention in 2010, when it posted stolen documents regarding US war in Iraq
Donald Trump previously said he 'loved' the whistleblowing website
Michael Hayden says young employees have 'different understandings of loyalty and secrecy'
The agency is allegedly capable of exploiting zero-day flaws in Microsoft's operating system
Former Ukip leader suggested he would not discuss why he visited Wikileaks founder
The White House Press Secretary was answering a question about Wikileaks allegedly revealing CIA’s surveillance techniques
The programme allows the US agency to leave the 'fingerprints' of other hackers or countries behind
The company is also urging customers to update to the latest version of iOS
The agency allegedly also used tools to hack smartphones and turn smart TVs into covert microphones
Julian Assange has claimed the documents are the biggest intelligence release ever