- Making News: Justice Department to Probe Domestic Surveillance Disclosure
Justice Department officials revealed today that the agency will launch an investigation in to the leak of classified information about President Bush's domestic spying program. The announcement caps off a year in which leaks of classified information and the use of unnamed sources have made big headlines says Michael Isikoff, investigative reporter for Newsweek.
- Reporter's Notebook: Can Media Bias Be Quantified?
When they don't like the news they read or see or hear, both the Left and the Right often claim that it's slanted. News people themselves often counter that the bias is in the eyes of the beholder. A new study claims to have objectively quantified media bias and come up with a way of ranking some of the country's best known news outlets. Will that end the arguments? Warren Olney talks with the study co-author, University of Missouri Economics Professor Jeffrey Milyo.
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