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
The Obama of national security is accountable, responsible, and when necessary, culpable. But when last week told a tale of two scandals that air of accountability emptied out of the Obama administration.
Vietor said he doesn’t expect the AP records seizure to stop communication between news organizations and the government
The media claims an unfettered right to communicate with "confidential sources" in the government who are providing them with classified information. The media calls them whistle blowers. But there is another word for these individuals -- criminals.
In the most aggressive response, President Barack Obama ousted the acting IRS commissioner on Wednesday evening. "They perhaps
Holder's defense didn't sit well with the Times editorial board. In a Wednesday editorial, Times editors blasted the AP records
Holder, in his press conference, remained vague about the scope of the subpoenas. "The people who are involved in this investigation
Michael Hastings: DOJ's Secret Probe Was In Direct Retaliation To AP's Investigative Reporting (VIDEO)
The national political press has grown increasingly frustrated with the tight-lipped Obama administration. Now faced with
A senior Justice Department official said in an interview that it was the discovery of a December 19, 2006, e-mail from Sampson