On the one hand, Justice preaches self-restraint on the media; on the other, it continues pushing for a reporter's testimony.
Letter from Risen's attorney points to Justice Department's new guidelines on how to handle cases involving reporters.
New court documents offer insight into what the Justice Department was seeking.
Justice Department guidelines insist that testimony from journalists be essential to the case at hand. Does James Risen's case meet that standard?
Fox News host wonders what the Justice Department was thinking with its "co-conspirator" language vis-a-vis James Rosen.
In attempting to explain why it called Fox News reporter James Rosen a possible co-conspirator in a federal crime, the Justice Department ties itself in knots.
Just what are the consequences of Justice Department overreach?
Who said reporters must comply with bureaucrats' sourcing demands?
Getting mentioned in same breath with New York Times and AP? Fox'll take that.
Years ago, President Obama promised that agencies would conduct regulatory business in the light of day. Perhaps these Justice Department-media meetings are just an exception.