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CIA leak probe

Coverage of the government's investigation into the leak of the identity of CIA agent Valerie Plame.

  • Bush statement on Libby decision

    President Bush's statement today in sparing former White House aide I. Lewis "Scooter" Libby from a 2 1/2-year prison term: The United States Court of Appeals for the D.C. Circuit today rejected Lewis Libby's request to remain free on bail while pursuing his appeals for the serious convictions...

  • Bush's self-justification rare

    President tells Hopkins audience why he declassified reasons for Iraq war

  • Julie Hirschfeld Davis on the CIA leak probe

    Sun reporter answers selected readers' questions about Libby's indictment

  • Biographical information on Libby

    I. Lewis "Scooter" Libby Jr. Age: 55 Title: Resigned today as Vice President Dick Cheney's chief of staff and assistant to the vice president for national security affairs. Education: Yale University, 1972; Columbia University Law School, 1975. Previous jobs: Member of the policy planning staff...

  • Summary of CIA leak charges

    The five charges against I. Lewis "Scooter" Libby Jr. carry a total maximum penalty of 30 years in prison and $1.25 million in fines. A look at the charges as outlined in a 22-page indictment released Friday: Count one: Obstruction of justice The grand jury charges that Libby did "knowingly and...

  • Text of Cheney statement

    Reaction from Vice President Dick Cheney on Friday to the resignation of his chief of staff, I. Lewis "Scooter" Libby, as released by the White House: "Mr. Libby has informed me that he is resigning to fight the charges brought against him. I have accepted his decision with deep regret. Scooter...

  • Text of Keller's e-mail to NYT staff

    Text of an e-mail sent to the staff of The New York Times by Bill Keller, the paper's executive editor: A Message from Bill Keller: Colleagues, As you can imagine, I've done a lot of thinking -- and a lot of listening -- on the subject of what I should have done differently in handling our reporter's...

  • Aides' woes could badly harm Bush

    Possibility of indictments throws a steady White House off-balance

  • Longtime assistant to Rove testifies

    Aide in White House said to appear for grand jury

  • Novak defends actions in leak

    In another installment of the cat-and-mouse game that the affair of the CIA spy's leaked name has become, conservative columnist Robert Novak gave an unexpected glimpse yesterday at his role in the matter, something he promised he would not do until it was all over. Novak, widely criticized for...