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Review: 'Fair Game' feels a bit lopsidedupdated: Fri Nov 05 2010 09:42:00

Imagine you found out your best friend -- a wife and mother, and an analyst in the private sector, or so you thought -- was actually a CIA spy. What would you say? Several questions suggest themselves all at once, but probably the most pressing would be this: Have you ever killed anybody?

Cheney: Bush should have pardoned Libbyupdated: Thu Jan 22 2009 13:03:00

Former President George Bush should have pardoned Lewis "Scooter" Libby, Dick Cheney said after stepping down as vice president this week.

'People deserve better'updated: Fri Jun 20 2008 18:47:00

President Bush's former spokesman Scott McLellan testifies on Capitol Hill about CIA leak.

McClellan: Cheney should testify about CIA leakupdated: Fri Jun 20 2008 18:47:00

Vice President Dick Cheney should testify before Congress about his role in the leaking of a CIA agent's identity, former White House spokesman Scott McClellan told members of the House Judiciary Committee on Friday.

Cheney's former chief of staff disbarred updated: Thu Mar 20 2008 15:05:00

I. Lewis "Scooter" Libby was disbarred from practicing law in the nation's capital on Thursday.

Commentary: The best and worst of a year of celebrity justiceupdated: Tue Jan 01 2008 12:00:00

It was a year that often seemed more legally curious than momentous. In 2007, the coFurts answered questions about Anna Nicole Smith's baby daddy and final resting place, but maintained the status quo on our nation's deepest constitutional issues.

Paris Hilton goes to jailupdated: Tue Jan 01 2008 12:00:00

A rough day for celebrity Paris Hilton, after a judge orders her back to jail.

Commentary: Best and worst of a year of celebrity justiceupdated: Sun Dec 30 2007 15:22:00

It was a year that often seemed more legally curious than momentous. In 2007, the coFurts answered questions about Anna Nicole Smith's baby daddy and final resting place, but maintained the status quo on our nation's deepest constitutional issues.

Ex-aide: Bush, Cheney involved in misleading mediaupdated: Wed Nov 21 2007 14:48:00

Former White House spokesman Scott McClellan says top administration officials -- including President Bush and Vice President Dick Cheney -- were involved in his "unknowingly" passing along false information about the leak of a CIA operative's identity.

More Wilson accusationsupdated: Wed Nov 21 2007 14:48:00

Ex-Ambassador Joe Wilson says Scott McClellan's claims show his wife Valerie Plame was a victim of the Bush administration.

Judge questions Libby's probation after Bush clemency updated: Wed Jul 25 2007 05:15:00

President Bush spared former White House aide I. Lewis "Scooter" Libby from prison, and his clemency order may wipe out Libby's 2-year probation as well, the trial judge told lawyers Tuesday.

Bush on Libbyupdated: Wed Jul 25 2007 05:15:00

Bush on Libby

Libby decision 'sends a signal'updated: Wed Jul 25 2007 05:14:00

Libby decision 'sends a signal'

Bush commutes Libby's prison sentence updated: Wed Jul 25 2007 05:14:00

President Bush on Monday spared I. Lewis "Scooter" Libby from prison, commuting the former White House aide's 30-month prison term.

Commentary: Libby happy to have friends in high placesupdated: Thu Jul 19 2007 23:14:00

Any self-respecting Republican who claims to be a law-and-order individual should be outraged by President George W. Bush's decision to commute the prison sentence of I. Lewis "Scooter" Libby.

Judge tosses out ex-spy's lawsuit against Cheney in CIA leak caseupdated: Thu Jul 19 2007 05:29:00

A federal judge has dismissed a lawsuit by outed spy Valerie Plame and her husband against Vice President Dick Cheney and other top Bush administration officials.

Time.com: President Bush's Easy Commuteupdated: Fri Jul 06 2007 14:30:00

Few Americans thought Libby should get off the hook. But Bush had little to lose in granting clemency

Bill Clinton blasts commutation of Libby's prison sentenceupdated: Wed Jul 04 2007 23:57:00

Former President Bill Clinton blasted his successor's decision to spare former White House aide Lewis "Scooter" Libby from prison, telling Iowa radio listeners that Libby's case differed from his own administration's pardon controversy.

Bill Clinton on commutationupdated: Wed Jul 04 2007 23:57:00

Bill Clinton on commutation

Strategy Session: Libby sparedupdated: Wed Jul 04 2007 02:11:00

Strategy Session: Libby spared

Time.com: Bush Commutes Libby Sentenceupdated: Tue Jul 03 2007 00:40:00

No pardon for the convicted former Cheney aide, but the President makes a controversial move to spare him prison time

President Bush's clemency statement of in Libby caseupdated: Mon Jul 02 2007 06:36:00

GRANT OF EXECUTIVE CLEMENCY BY THE PRESIDENT OF THE UNITED STATES OF AMERICA

Time.com: Judge: No Delay in Libby Prison Termupdated: Fri Jun 15 2007 05:10:00

A federal judge said Thursday he will not delay a 2 1/2-year prison sentence for I. Lewis "Scooter" Libby, a ruling that could send the former White House aide to prison within weeks

Judge orders Libby jailed during appealupdated: Thu Jun 14 2007 11:10:00

A federal judge on Thursday ordered I. Lewis "Scooter" Libby to report to prison while his attorneys appeal his perjury and obstruction convictions.

Time.com: Why Libby's Sentence Was So Toughupdated: Mon Jun 11 2007 02:15:00

The ex-White House aide, now facing 30 months in prison, was a victim of the quirks of federal sentencing guidelines

Prospect of pardoning Libby splits GOP fieldupdated: Tue Jun 05 2007 22:08:00

When it comes to the debate over whether former White House aide Lewis "Scooter" Libby should be pardoned, the Republican presidential field is split between "yes," "no," "maybe" and "I'd have to study the transcript."

Your e-mails: Did Libby get what he deserved?updated: Tue Jun 05 2007 14:52:00

I. Lewis "Scooter" Libby, former chief of staff to Vice President Dick Cheney, was sentenced Tuesday to 30 months in prison and fined $250,000 for lying to investigators looking into the leak of a CIA operative's identity.

Time.com: Libby Gets 30 Months in Prisonupdated: Tue Jun 05 2007 13:25:00

The former White House aide gets a suprisingly tough sentence for perjury and obstructon of justice

Time.com: How Much Time Will Libby Get?updated: Tue Jun 05 2007 13:20:00

The former Cheney aide convicted in the Valerie Plame case could fall victim to the magic of federal sentencing guidelines

Libby sentenced to 30 months in prisonupdated: Tue Jun 05 2007 09:11:00

I. Lewis "Scooter" Libby, former chief of staff to Vice President Dick Cheney, was sentenced Tuesday to 30 months in prison for lying to investigators looking into the leak of a CIA operative's identity.

Time.com: How Libby's Trial Hurt the Pressupdated: Thu May 31 2007 17:20:00

On the eve of Scooter Libby's sentencing, the damage from a troubling prosecution has already been done -- to journalists and the public interest

Time.com: Prosecutors: Up to 3 Years for Libbyupdated: Mon May 28 2007 14:10:00

Former White House aide I. Lewis "Scooter" Libby has shown no remorse for corrupting the legal system and deserves to spend 2 1/2 to 3 years in prison for obstructing the CIA leak investigation, Special Prosecutor Patrick Fitzgerald said Friday

Plame expected to testify at House hearingupdated: Thu Mar 08 2007 17:19:00

Valerie Plame is expected to testify at a House committee hearing next week about how White House officials handled exposure of her CIA connection.

CNNMoney: Nearly 1 in 4 think Libby will get pardonupdated: Thu Mar 08 2007 07:43:00

Nearly a quarter of traders think Scooter Libby, convicted ex-chief of staff to Vice President Cheney, will be pardoned by President Bush by the end of December, according to the online trading market Intrade.com.

Gergen: 'There's a lot more to know' in CIA leak caseupdated: Wed Mar 07 2007 10:04:00

A top White House aide from past administrations speculates that some of the facts in the CIA leak case may never come to light, even with the conclusion of I. Lewis "Scooter" Libby's perjury trial.

Juror: Libby is guilty, but he was fall guyupdated: Tue Mar 06 2007 13:48:00

Jurors in I. Lewis "Scooter" Libby's perjury trial were certain of the former vice presidential aide's guilt, but they also harbored sympathy for him as a "fall guy," one of them said Tuesday after the verdict.

Your e-mails: 'Libby is the fall guy'updated: Tue Mar 06 2007 13:08:00

A federal jury has found former White House aide I. Lewis "Scooter" Libby guilty on four of five counts in his perjury and obstruction of justice trial.

Toobin: Presidential pardon may be on Libby agendaupdated: Tue Mar 06 2007 12:38:00

A federal jury Tuesday found I. Lewis "Scooter" Libby guilty of obstruction of justice, making false statements and perjury in the investigation into how Valerie Plame's identity as a CIA operative was exposed.

Democrats to Bush: Don't pardon Libbyupdated: Tue Mar 06 2007 11:35:00

Democratic leaders urged President Bush not to pardon former vice presidential chief of staff I. Lewis "Scooter" Libby, who was convicted on federal charges Tuesday.

Libby jury asked to explain 'reasonable doubt' questionupdated: Mon Mar 05 2007 08:41:00

A judge Monday asked jurors in the I. Lewis "Scooter" Libby perjury trial to clarify a question they posed in a note to the bench as they deliberate the fate of Vice President Dick Cheney's former chief of staff.

Libby jury resolves question, calls it a dayupdated: Wed Feb 28 2007 08:49:00

Jurors in the criminal trial of Vice President Dick Cheney's former chief of staff told the judge Wednesday that they had resolved a question about one of the charges.

Libby trial watchers wonder what may have beenupdated: Thu Feb 22 2007 17:24:00

It had been the most anticipated moment of the perjury and obstruction of justice trial of I. Lewis "Scooter" Libby, the former top aide to Vice President Dick Cheney -- testimony from a sitting vice president, the first time ever in a criminal trial.

Libby jury told to consider 'life experiences' on memoryupdated: Thu Feb 22 2007 08:03:00

The judge instructed jurors in the perjury trial of I. Lewis "Scooter" Libby to consider their "life experiences" and "the capacity of human beings to remember things they said and were told" at a later time.

CIA leak case goes to juryupdated: Wed Feb 21 2007 11:47:00

The 12 jurors in the perjury trial of I. Lewis "Scooter" Libby began deliberating late Wednesday morning.

Lawyers make final pitch in CIA leak caseupdated: Tue Feb 20 2007 07:19:00

I. Lewis "Scooter" Libby lied to the FBI and a grand jury about how he heard that Valerie Plame was a CIA operative, a prosecutor told the jury Tuesday in the perjury trial of Vice President Dick Cheney's former aide.

Testimony ends in Libby perjury trialupdated: Wed Feb 14 2007 16:11:00

The defense and prosecution rested Wednesday in the perjury trial of I. Lewis "Scooter" Libby.

Libby trial provides a rare look inside the grand juryupdated: Fri Feb 09 2007 17:08:00

In CNN.com's Behind the Scenes series, CNN correspondents and producers share their experiences in covering news and analyze the stories behind the events. CNN's Kevin Bohn has been in the courtroom as the perjury and obstruction trial of I Lewis "Scooter" Libby, Vice President Cheney's former chief of staff, has unfolded.

Toobin: Russert huge blow to defenseupdated: Thu Feb 08 2007 09:56:00

NBC's Tim Russert, the last prosecution witness in I. Lewis "Scooter" Libby's perjury trial, takes the stand again on Thursday. The "Meet the Press" host testified Wednesday he did not inform Libby of CIA operative Valerie Plame's identity, as Libby has said. The prosecution is expected to wrap up with Russert, and then the defense will have a chance to drill the prosecution's star witness. CNN's Heidi Collins spoke with legal analyst Jeffrey Toobin about the effectiveness of the prosecution's tactics.

Libby's lawyers may not call Cheney to testifyupdated: Thu Feb 08 2007 07:16:00

I. Lewis "Scooter" Libby's lawyers are debating whether to call Libby's former boss, Vice President Dick Cheney, to the stand, a source with knowledge of the lawyers' discussions told CNN on Thursday.

Russert says he didn't give Libby agent's IDupdated: Wed Feb 07 2007 07:56:00

NBC's Tim Russert, the last prosecution witness in I. Lewis "Scooter" Libby's perjury trial, testified Wednesday he did not inform Libby of CIA operative Valerie Plame's identity, as Libby has said.

Libby: Bush OK'd leaking of classified Iraq intelligenceupdated: Tue Feb 06 2007 07:47:00

On a tape played at his trial Tuesday, I. Lewis "Scooter" Libby told investigators he thought President Bush authorized him to discuss the contents of a classified report on Iraq intelligence with reporters.

Judge will allow Libby tapes' release to publicupdated: Mon Feb 05 2007 09:30:00

Audio recordings that had been part of a secret grand jury probe became part of the public evidence Monday in the criminal trial of Lewis "Scooter" Libby, as he described his job working for Vice President Dick Cheney.

Libby prosecutors await judge's rulingsupdated: Sun Feb 04 2007 09:06:00

Prosecutors in the criminal trial of I. Lewis "Scooter" Libby plan to rest their case as soon as Tuesday.

Libby trial reveals what prosecutor wouldn'tupdated: Fri Feb 02 2007 15:05:00

As the trial of I. Lewis "Scooter" Libby goes on, we are learning more and more about special counsel Patrick Fitzgerald's investigation, which was prompted by the leak that Valerie Plame was an undercover CIA agent.

Miller recalls no one telling her about CIA before Libbyupdated: Wed Jan 31 2007 10:21:00

A former New York Times reporter testified Wednesday that she doesn't recall learning that Valerie Plame Wilson was a CIA operative from any government officials other than Lewis "Scooter" Libby.

Former New York Times reporter contradicts Libby updated: Tue Jan 30 2007 09:50:00

A former New York Times reporter testified Tuesday that I. Lewis "Scooter" Libby told her the identity of a CIA operative weeks before Libby told investigators he had learned of the agent's identity.

Former Bush spokesman contradicts Libby's timelineupdated: Mon Jan 29 2007 08:43:00

Former White House spokesman Ari Fleischer testified Monday that Lewis "Scooter" Libby told him about a CIA operative three days before the date Libby claims he received the information from a reporter.

Bush adviser Rove subpoenaed for Libby trialupdated: Fri Jan 26 2007 22:07:00

Two of President Bush's top advisers have been subpoenaed as possible witnesses in the trial of former White House aide Lewis "Scooter" Libby, a legal source familiar with the case told CNN on Friday.

Three jury candidates dismissed in 'Scooter' Libby trialupdated: Tue Jan 16 2007 08:56:00

The federal judge in the trial of ex-White House aide Lewis "Scooter" Libby grilled potential jurors Tuesday about their political convictions and their knowledge of possible trial participants, including possible Vice President Dick Cheney.

Subpoena challenged in CIA leak caseupdated: Wed Dec 20 2006 19:58:00

Former U.S. Ambassador Joseph Wilson has filed a motion to quash the witness subpoena for him issued last week in the Lewis "Scooter" Libby trial, arguing the defense has no right to call a witness whose testimony would not help it.

Libby hearing focuses on classified White House papersupdated: Wed Sep 27 2006 08:15:00

Highly sensitive White House documents will be part of a closed-door hearing that began Wednesday ahead of the criminal trial of Lewis "Scooter" Libby, the former aide to Vice President Dick Cheney.

Cheney's ex-aide Libby to appear in courtupdated: Mon Jun 12 2006 10:40:00

Eight months after a federal indictment, I Lewis "Scooter" Libby and his attorneys will be in court Monday, across from prosecutors, to tell a judge the status of preparations before his trial, set for January.

Ex-Cheney aide may get reporters' notesupdated: Fri May 26 2006 12:06:00

Two reporters, a television network, a magazine and a newspaper might have to surrender notes before the trial of Lewis "Scooter" Libby, the indicted former top aide to Vice President Dick Cheney.

Court filing: Cheney may be witness in Libby trialupdated: Thu May 25 2006 00:25:00

The special counsel prosecuting former White House aide Lewis Libby indicated in court documents filed Wednesday that Libby's former boss, Vice President Dick Cheney, could be called as a witness in his upcoming trial.

End-of-the-Year News Quiz Answer Keyupdated: Wed May 24 2006 16:48:00

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Lawyers for ex-Cheney aide demand reporters' testimonyupdated: Tue May 16 2006 18:40:00

A lawyer for I. Lewis "Scooter" Libby told a federal judge Tuesday that the former White House aide's right to a fair trial outweighs any special protection claimed by media organizations touched by the CIA leak investigation.

Libby's lawyers hint at defense tacticsupdated: Fri May 05 2006 19:11:00

Defense attorneys for Lewis "Scooter" Libby plan to call Karl Rove as a witness and challenge the credibility of a former diplomat at the center of the CIA leak investigation, the lawyers said Friday.

Libby's lawyers: Prosecutors withholding information updated: Thu Apr 13 2006 06:28:00

Attorneys for I. Lewis "Scooter" Libby, the indicted former aide to Vice President Dick Cheney, are accusing federal prosecutors of withholding information needed to provide their client with a thorough defense.

When is a leak not a leak?updated: Mon Apr 10 2006 15:58:00

President Bush has habitually complained about "too much leaking in Washington," but it turns out he used his declassification power to combat attacks on the Administration's case for invading Iraq. Democrats call it a leak. The White House calls it a factual rebuttal. After several days of neither confirming nor denying testimony by ex--White House aide I. Lewis (Scooter) Libby, officials close to Vice President Cheney said the President indeed declassified part of a National Intelligence Estimate (NIE) in 2003 but left the method of releasing it up to others. After a conversation with Cheney, Libby delivered the passages to Judith Miller of the New York Times to counter Joseph Wilson, a vocal Administration critic.

Court documents: Libby testified that Bush OK'd intelligence leakupdated: Thu Apr 06 2006 16:08:00

Vice President Dick Cheney's former top aide testified that President Bush authorized the release of parts of a classified report on Iraq to rebut criticism of the case for the 2003 invasion, federal prosecutors disclosed in documents released Thursday.

Ensor: Lowdown on documents in CIA leak caseupdated: Thu Apr 06 2006 13:12:00

Vice President Dick Cheney told his top adviser in 2003 that President Bush had authorized the leaking of pre-war intelligence on Iraq, according to court papers released this week.

Libby's lawyers subpoena N.Y. Times, reportersupdated: Thu Mar 16 2006 13:38:00

Defense lawyers for Lewis "Scooter" Libby confirm they have issued subpoenas to reporters and media outlets as they prepare to fight charges against the former top aide to Vice President Dick Cheney.

Cheney says he has power to declassify informationupdated: Thu Feb 16 2006 02:12:00

Vice President Dick Cheney said Wednesday that an executive order gives him the authority to declassify secret documents, but he would not say whether he authorized an indicted former aide to release classified information.

Prosecutors can't read Libby's handwritingupdated: Mon Feb 13 2006 21:29:00

Prosecutors have asked former vice presidential Chief of Staff I. Lewis "Scooter" Libby to help them decipher his handwritten notes for use in an ongoing investigation stemming from the leak of a CIA agent's identity.

Libby, Abramoff, Brown sing like birdsupdated: Fri Feb 10 2006 17:19:00

Here in Washington, the halls are alive with the sound of music.

Libby: My 'superiors' authorized leaksupdated: Thu Feb 09 2006 20:24:00

Vice President Cheney's former chief of staff, I. Lewis "Scooter" Libby, told a grand jury he was "authorized by his superiors" to disclose classified information from an intelligence report to reporters, according to the special prosecutor in the CIA leak case.

Ex-Cheney aide gets trial dateupdated: Fri Feb 03 2006 11:56:00

The obstruction of justice trial of I. Lewis "Scooter" Libby -- the former chief of staff for Vice President Dick Cheney -- will begin almost a year from now, on January 8, 2007, a federal judge ruled Friday.

White House e-mail records missing?updated: Thu Feb 02 2006 11:52:00

Special Counsel Patrick Fitzgerald is raising the possibility that records sought in the CIA leak investigation could be missing because of an e-mail archiving problem at the White House.

Libby's lawyers ask to see evidenceupdated: Thu Jan 26 2006 20:34:00

Vice President Dick Cheney's former chief of staff filed a motion Thursday asking the judge in his case to force prosecutors to hand over government documents relating to his conversations with three reporters.

Toobin: Woodward admission doesn't help White Houseupdated: Tue Nov 22 2005 12:33:00

The CIA leak probe is again making headlines, with the prosecutor planning to seek a new grand jury and journalist Bob Woodward's admission that a senior Bush administration official talked about CIA agent Valerie Plame weeks before her identity became public.

Woodward unveiledupdated: Mon Nov 21 2005 10:47:00

Bob Woodward became a legend at the Washington Post writing about what happens behind closed doors in the corridors of power. But last week the news was all about what happens behind closed doors at the Post. And rather than bringing clarity to the murky case of Who Leaked What to Whom about CIA operative Valerie Plame, the revelations about Woodward's role only added more complexity to both the case and the deepening debate over the rules star journalists get to play by.

Woodward adds twist to CIA leak caseupdated: Wed Nov 16 2005 13:48:00

An unnamed Bush administration official told the Washington Post's Bob Woodward the identity of a CIA analyst almost a month before it was publicly revealed, the reporter said in a statement published Wednesday.

Bush sends staff back to ethics classupdated: Sat Nov 05 2005 11:14:00

With his chief political aide under investigation as part of a probe into the public unmasking of a CIA operative, President Bush is sending his staff back to school -- ethics school.

Ex-Cheney aide pleads not guiltyupdated: Thu Nov 03 2005 06:59:00

Vice President Dick Cheney's former top adviser made his first court appearance Thursday, pleading not guilty to felony charges of lying to investigators and a grand jury in the probe into a leak of a CIA agent's name.

A time to regroupupdated: Tue Nov 01 2005 15:55:00

You have to wonder sometimes why Presidents even run for re-election, given how things usually turn out. Second terms have a way of veering into wild and menacing terrain, spiked with indictments and scandals and betrayal and grief. Some friends become less friendly because they know you are on your way to retirement while they are on their way to the next campaign. Your team gets tired, the ideas stale, and the fumes of power more toxic.

What Scooter Libby and I talked aboutupdated: Tue Nov 01 2005 15:42:00

I was wet, smelling of chlorine. It was July 12, 2003, in Washington, a beautiful summer day, and I had just come back from swimming. All morning I had been trying to reach I. Lewis (Scooter) Libby for a cover story about both President George W. Bush's claim that Iraq had sought uranium in Africa and former Ambassador Joseph Wilson's controversial Op-Ed.

Cheney names Libby's replacementsupdated: Mon Oct 31 2005 11:54:00

Vice President Dick Cheney named two of his top staffer members Monday to replace I. Lewis "Scooter" Libby, who resigned last week after being indicted in the CIA leak investigation.

CIA leak probe continuesupdated: Sat Oct 29 2005 02:02:00

The CIA leak investigation is "not over," special prosecutor Patrick Fitzgerald said Friday after announcing charges against I. Lewis "Scooter" Libby, Vice President Dick Cheney's chief of staff.

Capitol Hill reacts to Libby's indictmentupdated: Fri Oct 28 2005 15:30:00

Congressional Democrats sharply criticized the Bush administration Friday for deliberately trying to silence critics of its Iraq policy, after senior White House aide I. Lewis "Scooter" Libby was indicted for his alleged role in revealing the identity of CIA agent Valerie Plame.

Highlights from Libby indictmentupdated: Fri Oct 28 2005 13:51:00

Following are selections from the indictment of I. Lewis "Scooter" Libby, Vice President Dick Cheney's chief of staff.

Reaction to CIA leak indictmentsupdated: Fri Oct 28 2005 12:02:00

Statements made Friday after the indictment of Vice President Dick Cheney's chief of staff, Lewis "Scooter" Libby, on counts of obstruction of justice, perjury and making false statements:

King: Possible indictment a 'traumatic event' for White Houseupdated: Fri Oct 28 2005 10:56:00

The special prosecutor in the CIA leak investigation was expected to ask the grand jury to indict Lewis "Scooter" Libby, the vice president's chief of staff, according to a lawyer involved in the case.

Cheney's top aide indicted; CIA leak probe continuesupdated: Fri Oct 28 2005 06:15:00

The CIA leak investigation is "not over," special prosecutor Patrick Fitzgerald said Friday after announcing charges against I. Lewis "Scooter" Libby, Vice President Dick Cheney's chief of staff.

White House braces for probe resultsupdated: Thu Oct 27 2005 20:15:00

A curious and twisting episode that began in the sixth paragraph of a 2003 newspaper column could culminate Friday in criminal charges reaching to the top echelons of the White House.

Poll: Few doubt wrongdoing in CIA leakupdated: Tue Oct 25 2005 16:06:00

Only one in 10 Americans said they believe Bush administration officials did nothing illegal or unethical in connection with the leaking of a CIA operative's identity, according to a national poll released Tuesday.

A contingency planupdated: Mon Oct 17 2005 14:28:00

Karl Rove has a plan, as always.

CIA leak grand jury to hear Miller againupdated: Tue Oct 11 2005 21:05:00

New York Times reporter Judith Miller will make a second appearance Wednesday before a federal grand jury investigating the 2003 disclosure of a CIA agent's identity, a representative of the newspaper said.

Jailed reporter reaches deal in CIA leak probeupdated: Fri Sep 30 2005 01:38:00

After spending 12 weeks in jail for refusing to name a source, The New York Times reporter Judith Miller testified Friday before a federal grand jury looking into a CIA leak case after her source gave her permission.

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