WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange was arrested Thursday to face a U.S. charge that he conspired to hack military computers after Ecuador’s government ended his seven years of self-imposed exile and expelled him from its London embassy. Police in the United Kingdom dragged Assange from the front door of the embassy Thursday morning. He now faces extradition to the United States. In an indictment revealed Thursday morning, U.S. authorities say Assange conspired with former Army intelligence analyst Chelsea Manning to steal and publish huge troves of classified documents. Prosecutors said Assange at one point tried to help Manning crack a password to access military computers where the information was stored.