Much has been made of the fact that Hillary Clinton's personal computer contained classified email. This sounds bad to anyone who is unaccustomed to dealing with classified information, but not so much to those of us with security clearances
NEW YORK -- Hillary Clinton launched her book tour here amid the screeching of partisan spin and the collective yawn of would
2009 may go down as the year of celebrity deaths — in no small part due to Walter Cronkite, who passed away in July and whose
Joliet Township High School officials are considering honoring longtime syndicated columnist and TV commentator Robert Novak
Novak taught me -- and the country -- that there is great power in sashaying behind closed doors, digging for the truth, and then getting it out there.
Several months later, Novak wrote the infamous column outing CIA agent Valerie Plame. After that, I left a phone message
One of Novak's final interviews shows that near the end, he had reversed his partial feelings of regret about the Plame case and, angered by liberal critics, went back into attack mode.
Filling in the gaps in the CIA leak case -- like why Bush administration officials exposed Valerie Plame Wilson's covert operative status -- may be as simple as entering "plame" in an email search.