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Terrorism / Classified Information / Newspapers #833470

CBS Evening News for Sunday, Jul 02, 2006
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(Studio: Russ Mitchell) Report introduced.

(New York & Studio: Mary Calvi) The war of words over newspaper accounts {"New York Times", "Los Angeles Times" & "Wall Street Journal"} of a secret government program designed to monitor bank transactions to catch terrorists examined; details given of the focus of the criticism on the "New York Times." [Representative Peter KING - says we cannot allow the disclosure of secrets.] [On Wednesday, President BUSH - says there is no excuse for leaking vital intelligence.] ["New York Times" executive editor Bill KELLER†- explains why the "New York Times" is targeted.] [constitutional law scholar Jeffrey ROSEN†- talks about the freedom of the press & national security.] The history of the passage of laws limiting the press reviewed.

Mitchell, Russ;
Calvi, Mary

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