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Valerie Plame Cashes In With Spy-Novel Book Deal, Times Sees Only Victory for Feminism

It keeps getting harder to claim the whole sage of "outed" CIA agent Valerie Plame wasn't a bonanza of wealth and fame, but the Plame-loving Times is casting it as a blow for feminism. The female ...

Chris Matthews' New Thrill: Host Hyperbolically Compares Valerie Plame Movie to 'Casablanca'

Hardball host Chris Matthews on Monday rhapsodized over Fair Game, the new Sean Penn movie about the Valerie Plame scandal, even going so far as to compare the film to the classic Casablanca.

CBS's Smith on Valerie Plame Movie: CIA Agent's Life 'Torn Apart' By Bush Administration

Near the end of Monday's CBS Early Show, co-host Harry Smith interviewed actress Naomi Watts about her latest role as former CIA agent Valerie Plame in the movie 'Fair Game': "...a ripped from the ...

Olbermann Ignores Fmr 'Worst Person' Novak's Death, Once Suggested Will Go to Hell

Even though conservative columnist Robert Novak was talked about and attacked many times on MSNBC's Countdown show - especially as host Keith Olbermann frequently devoted time to the Valerie Plame ...

"How Dirty Did the Tricks Get?" Times Swallows All Valerie Plame's Claims

In a review of Valerie Plame's new book, Janet Maslin doesn't raise any questions about the former CIA employee or her husband, anti-war misleader Joseph Wilson.

Richard Armitage, the Forgotten Man

Who is this "government official" of which the Times speaks so vaguely, who may have committed a "serious offense"?

Libby Case Showed "Puppeteer" Cheney "Pulling the Strings"

In the wake of Lewis Libby's conviction, an ominous headline pondered whether the vice president would be next: "A Judgment on Cheney Is Still to Come."

Libby Verdict Bad, Bad, Bad News for Bush

Jim Rutenberg sees the Democrats having "a good shot at recapturing the White House in 2008," while Bush "faces an array of political and policy problems that seem to be growing by the day."

The Times Finally Puts Plame Fizzle on Front Page

After almost 40 front-page stories on the leak of Valerie Plame's name to Robert Novak, the Times returns to the scene of the non-crime.

Plame-Gate: The Story the Times Would Now Rather Forget

A Times editorial from 2003 wanted to know "who violated federal law by giving the name of [Valerie Plame] to Mr. Novak for publication in his column." Now we know - but since it's not Rove or ...
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