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Outside Editorial: Federal protection laws for reporters remain essential

...decision is particularly significant. It signals the end of a seven-year fight by the federal government to force James Risen of The New York Times to identify a confidential source. Risen had made it clear that he was prepared to go to jail...
Outside Editorial: Revive the Free Flow of Information Act

...Reid, D-Nev., and Mitch McConnell, R-Ky., a few days after the Supreme Court refused to hear the appeal of James Risen, a New York Times reporter who has been contesting a subpoena requiring him to testify at the upcoming trial of a former...
Outside editorial: The Obama administration's attacks on the media

...aggressively attacking those who ferret out confidential information than even the George W. Bush administration did. James Risen of the New York Times has been ordered to testify about sources for his 2006 book, "State of War: The Secret History...
Constitution Day: The people, the press, and the public's right to know records and the email content of Fox News reporter James Rosen, while also ruling that New York Times reporter James Risen must disclose his confidential sources, it became clear that confidential sources and the integrity of the newsgathering...
More disasters in store for 2006?

...misleading us into Iraq, Bush may have a hard time getting even this Congress to rubber-stamp another invasion. In James Risen's new book "State of War: the Secret History of the CIA and the Bush Administration," senior CIA officials had...
Scathing report rips Stevens' prosecutors

...information about a botched intelligence operation in Iran to Pulitzer-winning New York Times journalist and author James Risen. In that case, the Justice Department was late in disclosing evidence about two key witnesses, prompting a federal...
Stevens case prosecutor leaving Justice Dept.

...information about a botched intelligence operation in Iran to Pulitzer-winning New York Times journalist and author James Risen. The Justice Department notified a federal appeals court in Richmond that Welch was withdrawing to take an undisclosed...


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