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A U.S. District judge on Thursday dismissed the lawsuit former CIA agent Valerie Plame brought against Vice President Dick Cheney and other administration officials over the leak of her identity to the media.
By Admin, PBS NewsHour
Former Deputy Secretary of State Richard Armitage confirmed that he was the primary source for Robert Novak's New York Times article that revealed the identity of a CIA officer and sparked a criminal leak investigation. A Washington correspondent discusses the…
Former CIA officer Valerie Plame, whose identity was leaked to reporters in 2003, filed a lawsuit against Vice President Dick Cheney and a dozen others Thursday, accusing them of conspiring to end her career.
By PBS NewsHour
At a press conference Wednesday, President Bush called for "patience and sacrifice" from the American people, while the U.S. troops remain in Iraq and continue to fight the broader war on terror.
The Supreme Court on Monday rejected the efforts of two journalists to avoid jail sentences for refusing to testify before a grand jury about the leak of an undercover CIA agent.
A U.S. appeals court upheld a ruling Tuesday saying two reporters must testify in the federal probe on whether Bush administration officials leaked the identity of an undercover CIA officer to the news media.
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