Sunday, October 23, 2005
Reporters continue to dissect the extremely public disagreement between the New York Times editorial staff and Judith Miller in today's edition. See Byron Calame's The Miller Mess. Maureen Dowd's Woman of Mass Destruction appeared October 22 (subscription required). For another view see Howard Kurtz's piece in the Washington Post yesterday.
In additional articles, Richard Stevenson and Douglas Jehl discuss the political and legal background for WMD and the leadup to the Iraq war, Stevenson gives us a profile of Lewis Libby, Frank Rich analyzes "Karl and Scooter's Excellent Adventure" (subscription required) and David Sanger discusses what secrecy really means for reporters and Washington insiders today.