The denouement of the Plame scandal has been a long time coming. Below, browse some of our archived coverage.
The Forgetters by
Kristof and Tierney have a point. But there's an obvious counterpoint that everyone seems to have forgotten.
Pulling Punches And Judy by
New York Times executives take care of their employees. But what about their readers?
Remember The Memo by
As the noose tightens at the White House, the State Department memo may be the key piece of Plame evidence.
Who Gives A Flying Flag? by
The smearing of Joe Wilson, the excuses for Karl Rove: For the pundits of the right, national security is just a bumper sticker.
The Meeting by
Scooter Libby and Judy Miller met on July 8, 2003, two days after Joe Wilson published his column. And Patrick Fitzgerald is very interested.
Rove On The Ropes by
Sure, let's gloat: The president's guru has been ﬂirting with this kind of scandal for years. It's time the bill came due.
The Shifter by
Bush's change of standard for firing a leaking staffer last week was staggering. He can't be allowed to get away with it.
An Unlikely Story by
Karl Rove's alibi would be easier to believe if he hadn't hidden it from FBI investigators in 2003.
Follow The Documents by
There's another Joe Wilson–related investigation that needs answers: Who forged the Niger memos in the first place?
"He's A Democrat" by
With those three words revealed, Karl Rove's naked partisanship is now a matter of fact. Other Republicans should be ashamed of him -- and themselves.
Front-Page Fronts by
The Times and the Post are publicizing Rove's version of events. But is his story true?
Plame Game Redux by
The grand jury finds evidence of an aggressive administration campaign to discredit Joe Wilson. But charging someone with a crime has proven to be far more difficult.
Exclusive: Plame Game Over? by
The special prosecutor says his investigation was “for all practical purposes complete” six months ago.
Ashcroft's Interest by
Exclusive: The attorney general received numerous briefings last year on the Plame case: "Whatever the FBI knew, [he] was able to know within days if he wanted to."
Patriot Act by
Nine months after Valerie Plame was outed, her husband blames Scooter, Karl, and that “lying SOB” Dick Cheney. An interview with Ambassador Joseph Wilson.
Plugging Leaks by
More details emerge on the Plame investigation, as Karl Rove's testimony is revealed for the first time.
Papered Over by
The country's leading editorial pages are ignoring the Plame scandal.
Open Source by
Why Bush should order his staff to release Novak and other reporters from confidentiality pledges.
Plame Throwers by
Neocons are now part of the sordid history of CIA betrayal.
Post Haste by
How The Washington Post scooped The New York Times on the Valerie Plame story this weekend, and not for the first time.
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