"President Obama’s conciliatory gesture toward the press this week — a review of Justice Department investigations involving journalists — struck some national security reporters as closing the door after the sources have already bolted," writes Elizabeth Haughey in the New …
Fox News distorted the testimony of Attorney General Eric Holder to claim that he committed perjury before the House Judiciary Committee last week. It was recently revealed that the Justice Department obtained a search warrant for the...Show More Summary
Despite President Obama’s conciliatory gesture of a review of Justice Department investigations involving journalists, some reporters say that chill has already set in.
Fox News president Roger Ailes has officially weighed in on the Justice Department's subpoena of Fox reporter James Rosen's communication records with an internal to his staff.
Washington (CNN) - Attorney General Eric Holder was involved in the Justice Department's decision to seek a search warrant for Fox News reporter James Rosen's private e-mails, a Justice official told CNN. The decision to apply for the search warrant was vetted at the department's highest levels, including Holder, the official said, although the decision […]
Such a bald statement from Reuters about the Department of Justice’s targeting of Fox News reporter James Rosen: “The Justice Department said on Friday that officials up to Attorney General Eric Holder vetted a decision to search anShow More Summary
A nice piece by Francis Wilkinson on the conservative closed information feedback loop and how it is ensuring that fewer and fewer conservatives are worth listening to. A chilling Ryan Lizza scoop: The Justice Department fought to keep … Continue reading ?
A controversial search warrant for a Fox News reporter's private emails was approved "at the highest levels" of the Justice Department, including "discussions" with Attorney General Eric Holder, reports Michael Isikoff of NBC News. A...Show More Summary
The Justice Department pledged Friday to to review its policies relating to the seizure of information from journalists after acknowledging that a controversial search warrant for a Fox News reporter’s private emails was approved “at the highest levels&rd …
After describing Rudy Giuliani as the "former Mayor of New York City, fifteen years in the Justice Department, U.S. attorney, associate attorney general and assistant...
(Reuters) - A plan by American Airlines' parent to exit bankruptcy and merge with US Airways Group is coming under fire from the U.S. Department of Justice over nearly $20 million in severance pay earmarked for outgoing boss Tom Hor...
A damaging Friday news dump before a holiday weekend? Who could have seen that coming? Dump away, Justice Department: The Justice...
WASHINGTON (Reuters) - The Justice Department said on Friday that officials up to Attorney General Eric Holder vetted a decision to search an email account belonging to a Fox News reporter whose report on North Korea prompted a leak investigation.
The Obama administration fought to keep secret the search warrant for Fox News reporter James Rosen's personal emails even as two judges said the Justice Department was required to inform him, the New Yorker's Ryan Lizza reported on Friday. Prosecutors argued they may have needed to monitor the account over a lengthy period of time.
News broke on Thursday that Attorney General Eric Holder approved the Justice Department's seizure of a Fox News reporter's private e-mails. CNN still has yet to report this development, although the network found time to cover Brad Pitt's "face blindness" on Friday. Host... -
Judge Denise Cote hinted Thursday that the U.S Department of Justice may have the evidence it needs to prove that Apple was involved in an elaborate eBook price fixing scheme. In an unusual move before a trial, a federal judge expressed a tentative view that the U.S. Justice Department will be able to show evidence [...]
Attorney General Eric Holder signed off on the controversial warrant application that the Justice Department used to obtain the personal emails of a Fox News reporter.
In less than two weeks, Apple will head to trial over allegations that it colluded with five publishing houses in an effort to inflate the price of e-books. Indeed, the Justice Department last week released internal Apple emails which...Show More Summary
Julian Sanchez Declaring that “journalists should not be at legal risk for doing their jobs,” President Obama announced Thursday that he had directed Attorney General Eric Holder to review the Justice Department’s guidelines for spying...Show More Summary
Judith Miller and Kirsten Powers appeared on a Fox News panel with host Jon Scott on Friday — to examine how the mainstream media outlets are handling the issues of the Justice Department's actions against the Associated Press and Fox News reporter James Rosen. While the media were once complacent, both agreed, and applauded, that they now seem to be waking up to reality.