The Media, National Security And Leaks

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Guests

Peter Brookes, senior fellow for National Security affairs, The Heritage Foundation
Scott Shane, National Security reporter, The New York Times
Ari Fleischer, White House press secretary from 2001-2003

Bipartisan legislation approved in late July by the Senate Intelligence Committee includes anti-leak provisions designed to curb disclosure of national security information. This legislation, and an ongoing FBI inquiry into U.S. intelligence leaks, have raised questions about the relationship between reporters and sources.

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