It came in a strange context, but New York's "shield law" seems to have done its job recently, helping a reporter protect his sources and work products after he was subpoenaed to testify in an Oklahoma divorce case.
Happy 40 years, Deepthroat!Tomorrow marks the official 40th anniversary of the Watergate scandal; a story that started with a small crack in a much larger shell that eventually brought down a President. Bob Woodward and Carl Bernstein, the Washington Post duo and investigative journalism heroes, wil ... More >>
The Obama administration has had a tough time fighting the War on Leaks. From Bradley Manning's arrest in the WikiLeaks controversial to the successful subpoenaing of Twitter, critics have heralded the Presidency as one of the most anti-leak executive reigns in recent history.And a new chapter was w ... More >>
Another CIA leak, but prettierNew York Times reporter James Risen could be forced to testify in court about his CIA sources if the government has their way, thereby disregarding everything he's supposed to be protected from as a journalist. Attorney General Eric Holder approved a subpoena ser ... More >>
Bush's war on the disloyal press climaxes in a trial on classified information.
Forcibly silenced, an invited speaker at Columbia has not been invited back.
A judge who came out of the civil rights movement teaches Bush the Constitution.
The disappeared: Are they dead? Are they alive? Ask Congress. Ask the president.
The secret's out: Bush is overtaken by eventsand overwhelmed
Don't blame the Times. Save some anger for the government that's spying on us.
Trulock Gives 'Times'-Bashing a Bad Name
Advocates Doubt Wen Ho Lee Release Will Change Anti-Asian Politics
White House Calls Paper 'Near Hysterical'
The 'Times' Backs Off Cox Report, Wen Ho Lee Allegations