Reporter Miller Returns to Stand at Libby Trial Former New York Times reporter Judith Miller returns to the witness stand at the perjury trial of former White House aide Lewis "Scooter" Libby. She has disputed Libby's account of when he first discussed the identity of a CIA operative.
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Reporter Miller Returns to Stand at Libby Trial

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Reporter Miller Returns to Stand at Libby Trial

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STEVE INSKEEP, Host:

Judith Miller went to jail for 85 days before finally testifying about her contacts with Libby to a grand jury. That grand jury was investigating the leak of a CIA operative's identity. And we have more this morning from NPR legal affairs correspondent Nina Totenberg.

NINA TOTENBERG: Nina Totenberg, NPR News, Washington.

INSKEEP: This is NPR News.

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