The attorney general echoes Justice Department boilerplate when talking about the media and government.
Setting the record straight: Don't you dare allege any irony regarding Fox News's position on James Rosen and its position on Joe Muto.
Let's do something on the political dimensions of the scandal!
How are media companies reacting to the Justice Department probes? Perhaps they should take the advice of a federal judge.
Former Justice Department official says current Justice Department officials are constrained to use public information to explain their actions.
Those who are watching the Associated Press-Justice Department case tend to disapprove of official actions. Surprise.
The Associated Press is determined to fight back against the Justice Department's seizure of phone records, its lawyer says.
Who gets to decide when the government has exhausted investigative alternatives short of snooping into journalists' phone records. The government.
Time to take another look at the possibility of a media shield law, says the president.
Politics! Implications for 2014! Hillary Clinton's chances! And other ways to avoid addressing the nitty-gritty of today's issues.