• 7:58am May 28, 2013
    National National Health & Safety

    Tragic Result: Sniper Tries To Help Troubled Veteran

    Chris Kyle was one of the deadliest American military snipers in history. In February, the former Navy SEAL was shot and killed — not on the battlefield, but on the homefront at the hands of a fellow veteran. David Greene talks to Nicholas Schmidle, who reports in the latest issue of The New Yorker magazine how these two men and their invisible scars of war intersected tragically.
  • 11:13am May 21, 2013
    National National Politics & Government

    Fox News Reporter James Rosen Caught Up In Federal Probe

    There is word of another controversial leak investigation by the Department of Justice. The target is Fox News reporter James Rosen, who was monitored by the department after breaking a story about North Korea's nuclear weapons program in 2009.
  • 8:03am May 18, 2013
    National National

    Local Story Shows 'Plain Dealer' Prowess, But Future's Murky

    NPR's Scott Simon talks to Connie Schultz, former columnist and Pulitzer Prize-winning journalist for the Cleveland Plain Dealer. Starting this summer, the paper's owners will be reducing home delivery to three days a week and making huge cuts in the newsroom staff.
  • 7:23am May 18, 2013

    Media Covers Itself In Privacy Debacles

    Host Scott Simon talks to NPR's David Folkenflik about the Justice Department's seizure of phone records of Associated Press reporters and editors, and Bloomberg's secret monitoring of its sources' and customers' activities.
  • President Obama speaks during a news conference in the White House Rose Garden on Thursday. He told reporters: "Leaks related to national security can put people at risk."
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    9:34am May 17, 2013
    National National Politics & Government

    AP Case Adds To Obama Team's Tough Record On Leaks

    His administration has prosecuted six people for giving reporters information about secret national security operations — twice as many cases as all previous presidents combined. Amid criticism from First Amendment advocates, the White House insists it values both press freedoms and national security.
  • 5:42pm May 14, 2013
    National National

    Bloomberg News Apologizes For Tracking Subscribers

    Bloomberg News' Editor in Chief Matthew Winkler has apologized for the use by reporters of proprietary data about subscribers to the company's business terminals. The practice was entrenched in a newsroom that was carved out of the lucrative terminals leasing division.