Miller Spends Day in Jail over CIA Leak Case

'New York Times' reporter Judith Miller walks towards federal courthouse.

New York Times reporter Judith Miller walks towards the U.S. federal district courthouse in Washington, July 6, 2005. Reuters hide caption

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Judith Miller of The New York Times is now in an Alexandria, Va., jail. She was sent there Thursday for refusing to testify before a grand jury investigating the possible leak by senior administration officials outing the name of a covert CIA agent.

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