Valerie, Scooter, And More

The denouement of the Plame scandal has been a long time coming. Below, browse some of our archived coverage.



The Forgetters
by
Michael Tomasky


Kristof and Tierney have a point. But there's an obvious counterpoint that everyone seems to have forgotten.

[10/25/2005]


Pulling Punches And Judy
by
Greg Sargent


New York Times executives take care of their employees. But what about their readers?

[10/3/2005]


Remember The Memo
by
Michael Tomasky


As the noose tightens at the White House, the State Department memo may be the key piece of Plame evidence.

[10/3/2005]


Who Gives A Flying Flag?
by
Todd Gitlin


The smearing of Joe Wilson, the excuses for Karl Rove: For the pundits of the right, national security is just a bumper sticker.

[September 2005]


The Meeting
by
Murray Waas


Scooter Libby and Judy Miller met on July 8, 2003, two days after Joe Wilson published his column. And Patrick Fitzgerald is very interested.

[8/6/2005]


Rove On The Ropes
by
Joe Conason


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.

[August 2005]


The Shifter
by
Michael Tomasky


Bush's change of standard for firing a leaking staffer last week was staggering. He can't be allowed to get away with it.

[7/25/2005]


An Unlikely Story
by
Murray Waas


Karl Rove's alibi would be easier to believe if he hadn't hidden it from FBI investigators in 2003.

[7/19/2005]


Follow The Documents
by
Matthew Yglesias


There's another Joe Wilson–related investigation that needs answers: Who forged the Niger memos in the first place?

[7/19/2005]


"He's A Democrat"
by
Michael Tomasky


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.

[7/18/2005]


Front-Page Fronts
by
Murray Waas


The Times and the Post are publicizing Rove's version of events. But is his story true?

[7/15/2005]


Plame Game Redux
by
Murray Waas


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.

[4/22/2005]


Exclusive: Plame Game Over?
by
Murray Waas


The special prosecutor says his investigation was “for all practical purposes complete” six months ago.

[4/6/2005]


Ashcroft's Interest
by
Murray Waas


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."

[7/8/2004]


Patriot Act
by
Tara McKelvey


Nine months after Valerie Plame was outed, her husband blames Scooter, Karl, and that “lying SOB” Dick Cheney. An interview with Ambassador Joseph Wilson.

[5/3/2004]


Plugging Leaks
by
Murray Waas


More details emerge on the Plame investigation, as Karl Rove's testimony is revealed for the first time.

[3/8/2004]


Papered Over
by
Michael Tomasky


The country's leading editorial pages are ignoring the Plame scandal.

[10/13/2003]


Open Source
by
Michael Tomasky


Why Bush should order his staff to release Novak and other reporters from confidentiality pledges.

[10/8/2003]


Plame Throwers
by
Jason Vest


Neocons are now part of the sordid history of CIA betrayal.

[10/1/2003]


Post Haste
by
Matthew Yglesias


How The Washington Post scooped The New York Times on the Valerie Plame story this weekend, and not for the first time.

[9/29/2003]

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