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But a letter from Peter Kadzik, principal deputy acting assistant attorney general, to members of Congress failed to answer a key question asked by lawmakers: When did Attorney General Eric Holder formally recuse himself from the leak investigation?
Attorney General Eric Holder didn't lie to Congress about a leak probe because probing a reporter isn't prosecuting one, a Justice Department deputy said. "At the outset, it is important to note the difference between an investigation and a
Rep. Bob Goodlatte (R-Va.) said the committee was awaiting a response from Holder on a conflict between his statement and the fact that he had signed a search warrant for the reporter, James Rosen. Asked on Fox News Sunday if he was investigating
02 PM Fox News officials professed indignation and surprise last week over the search of reporter James Rosen's records amid a federal leak investigation But prosecutors told Fox's parent company of a subpoena nearly three years ago.
But all that doesn't matter to the Post's Walter Pincus, who dutifully defended Team Obama in his May 21 column, "AP leak investigation less clear-cut than the uproar." It seems the national security correspondent and columnist doesn't mind an
President Obama had a reputation when he took office as a liberal former constitutional lawyer who had condemned Bush-era national security policies. But he has proven to be even tougher than President George W...The seizure of Associated Press phone
Man May Face Jail for Refusing to Testify in Bomb Case, Again Published: May 16, 2013 A 24-year-old self-described Brooklyn anarchist may be headed to jail after refusing on Thursday for the second time to testify before a grand jury believed to be
Alberto Gonzales, former attorney general under President George W. Bush, said on May 15 that he once considered issuing a subpoena of the type the Department of Justice recently used in obtaining phone records from The Associated Press...And
The jury in the trial of a Worcester man charged with raping and killing a mother of five whose partially clothed body was found near some railroad tracks is about to start deliberating. The Worcester Superior Court jury in the murder trial of Edwin
Pardon needed for CIA whistleblower Posted May 5, 2013 at 12:01 a.m. Scott Myerly, Evansville Though he did not participate in torture, ex-CIA agent John Kiriakou was the first person to publicly acknowledge the Bush administration's inhumane abuse