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Says his case continues as scheduled, despite vague assurances from officials.

Investigative reporter says he would go to jail to protect sources.

Why media lawyers want the high court to issue a decision on reporter's privilege.

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.

Justice Department guidelines insist that testimony from journalists be essential to the case at hand. Does James Risen's case meet that standard?

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