Appeals Court Upholds Ruling in CIA Leak A lower court ruling compelling two reporters to divulge their sources in the naming of an undercover CIA agent has been upheld. A three-judge federal appeals court panel ruled that the First Amendment does not protect Time magazine's Matthew Cooper and Judith Miller of the New York Times.
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Appeals Court Upholds Ruling in CIA Leak

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Appeals Court Upholds Ruling in CIA Leak

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A lower court ruling compelling two reporters to divulge their sources in the naming of an undercover CIA agent has been upheld. A three-judge federal appeals court panel ruled that the First Amendment does not protect Time magazine's Matthew Cooper and Judith Miller of the New York Times.