"If there's an investigation, nobody is going to answer your question," board member Daniel Gitner said in response to questioning
“The family is united around its ownership and its responsibility to maintaining the New York Times and its journalistic
President Obama demanded a criminal investigation into leaks to the New York Times just a month into his first term, a new book by his former defense secretary claims.
President Obama demanded a criminal investigation into leaks to the New York Times just a month into his first term, a new
WASHINGTON -- A former top FBI official was sentenced to over three years in prison on Thursday for disclosing national security
Oversight and accountability must be part of government, particularly the secret agencies within government, and congressional oversight is needed to correct the collective harm that has been done.
In what was almost certainly the first time the Obama administration subpoenaed a journalist to testify before a grand jury, federal prosecutors wound up letting the reporter off the hook.
The reason: I had class. Back in 2009, when I was a senior at Catholic University in D.C., I was subpoenaed to testify in
"It actually has been much harder to get people to talk about anything, even in a sensitive-but-unclassified area," the paper's
The Big Chill: How Obama Is Operating in Unprecedented Secrecy -- While Attacking the Secret-Tellers
Far from reversing the Bush-Cheney executive power grab, President Obama is taking it to new extremes. More than a decade after it started, we still have no clue how much the government is listening in on us or reading our email. And the government's response to this unprecedented secrecy is a war on leaks.