Obama and Holder met Friday in the Oval Office and the president accepted the guidelines, White House Press Secretary Jay
White House Senior Advisor Valerie Jarrett offered a full endorsement of Attorney General Eric Holder Thursday, telling HuffPost
The Guardian article has already gotten significant pick-up in the media, with follow-up stories leading the websites of
"I've seen 'Homeland,'" Stewart quipped. "You know leaks are actually a big part of ... our democracy. Leaks are how we have
Did news organizations accept DOJ invitation under adjusted guidelines?
Whether it's the missteps of Benghazi, the IRS' profiling of Tea Party folks or the DOJ's end-run on reporters, there is a pattern to the plays of the crisis-ridden playmaker. Think Nixon on Watergate, Reagan on Iran-Contra, Clinton on Lewinsky or, lately, Obama and his deputies on You-Name-It.
A couple of factual points need to be made. First, the off-the-record session with Attorney General Eric Holder is not a
What will likely happen here is a classic and most absurd game: Attendees at the meeting — both media reps and Justice Department
The New York Times and Associated Press said Wednesday that they will not attend a meeting this week between Attorney General Eric Holder and the Washington bureau chiefs of several media outlets to discuss guidelines for journalists in leak investigations.
Journalists would argue that the issue is not about simply refusing to meet with Holder, but that the government shouldn't
NEW YORK -- Associated Press president and chief executive Gary Pruitt told staff at a Wednesday town hall meeting that the
NEW YORK -- U.S. Attorney General Eric Holder is expected to meet this week with the Washington bureau chiefs of several
It's reached the point that if I want to interview anyone in the administration on camera, from the lowest-level worker to
“It would be unprofessional,” Knoller said. “We’re there to cover the president, his policies and statements, not stage a
There was a sharp political split in the response; Democrats narrowly supported the DOJ, whereas Republicans backed the AP
When the Justice Department secretly seized phone records of Associated Press reporters and editors, the AP got a taste of