How far will federal prosecutor Patrick Fitzgerald go in his campaign to sniff out government leakers? As special counsel in the Valerie Plame leak probe, Fitzgerald, the hard-charging U.S. attorney in Chicago, has subpoenaed D.C. reporters, demanding they identify sources who told them Plame was an undercover CIA operative.
A top terror operative made a Tehran visit while planning the 9/11 attacks, Newsweek has learned.
American counter-terrorism officials, citing what they call "alarming" intelligence about a possible Qaeda strike inside the United States this fall, are reviewing a proposal that could allow for the postponement of the November presidential election in the event of such an attack, NEWSWEEK has learned.
Who is Abu Mussab al-Zarqawi? And why are so many governments scared to death of him?
With last week's disclosures that President Bush had consulted with a criminal-defense lawyer and Vice President Dick Cheney had been questioned by federal prosecutors, the Justice probe into the leak of an undercover CIA officer's identity is reaching a critical stage.
Federal investigators are frantically trying to determine what happened to a missing laptop computer that contains sensitive data on as many as 100 Drug Enforcement Administration investigations around the country, including a wealth of information about many of the agency's confidential informants, NEWSWEEK has learned.