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Supreme Court Won't Hear Reporters in CIA Case

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Supreme Court Won't Hear Reporters in CIA Case

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Supreme Court Won't Hear Reporters in CIA Case

Supreme Court Won't Hear Reporters in CIA Case

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Supreme Court justices decline to hear the appeals of two prominent American journalists facing jail terms. Judith Miller and Matthew Cooper face jail time on contempt charges for refusing to name sources in an investigation of a leak of a CIA agent's name.

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