Cat that was missing at JFK euthanized

NEW YORK CITY, N.Y., Nov. 7 (UPI) -- Jack, a cat lost at New York's JFK airport for two months, had to be put down due to severe wounds covering up to 60 percent of his body, a veterinarian said.

Judge rejects popcorn lawsuit

NEW YORK, Sept. 30 (UPI) -- A judge has dismissed a lawsuit filed by a New York City man seeking damages from a movie theater for an unpopped kernel of corn that broke his tooth.

FBI agent describes Libby interviews

WASHINGTON, Feb. 1 (UPI) -- I. Lewis Libby did not mention telling reporters that Valerie Plame was a CIA agent in his first FBI interviews, an agent testified Thursday in Washington.

Time reporter told to turn over drafts

WASHINGTON, May 26 (UPI) -- A federal judge in Washington ordered Time magazine Friday to turn over article drafts to lawyers representing former White House aide I. Lewis Libby.

Reporters and sources, a court battle

SAN FRANCISCO, May 7 (UPI) -- The San Francisco Chronicle and two reporters have been subpoenaed to testify on a grand jury leak, the latest wedge between media and confidential sources.

Reporters' information on Libby sought

WSAHINGTON, D.C., Jan. 27 (UPI) -- Lawyers for I. Lewis Libby, Vice President Cheney's former chief of staff, have asked a judge to force prosecutors to hand over information from reporters. The attorneys want to review confidential conversations three reporters had with Bush administratio

Time reporter writes on CIA leak case

WASHINGTON, Dec. 12 (UPI) -- A Time magazine reporter says a lawyer for White House adviser Karl Rove was surprised when she suggested Rove may have been a source in the CIA leak case.

Rove to quit if indicted

WASHINGTON, Oct. 16 (UPI) -- Karl Rove plans to resign as President Bush's senior adviser if he is indicted in the CIA leak case.

Rove failed to tell grand jury information

WASHINGTON, Oct. 9 (UPI) -- A discrepancy between the grand jury testimony of Karl Rove and Time Magazine reporter Matthew Cooper is the reason Rove will testify again.

Jailed reporter gets plenty of visitors

ALEXANDRIA, Va., Sept. 17 (UPI) -- Jailed journalist Judith Miller has been getting regular, high-profile visitors since she was put in custody for not revealing a source.

Post: White House fears indictment

WASHINGTON, July 14 (UPI) -- White House officials told The Washington Post they fear someone in the Bush administration may be indicted regarding the leak of a covert CIA operative's name.

NY Times reporter ordered jailed

WASHINGTON, July 6 (UPI) -- A federal judge ordered New York Times reporter Judith Miller jailed for refusing to tell a grand jury her sources in the leak of a CIA agent's identity.

Jail in store for tight-lipped journalists

WASHINGTON, N.Y., June 27 (UPI) -- The U.S. Supreme Court Monday sent a case back to federal district court, where two reporters face sentencing for refusing to name confidential sources.

Deal would delay reporters' jail time

WASHINGTON, April 28 (UPI) -- Two reporters who refused to reveal administration sources will avoid jail while they ask the Supreme Court for review, a published report said Thursday.

Court rules against reporters

WASHINGTON, April 20 (UPI) -- A federal appeals court in Washington has dealt two prominent reporters another legal setback in their bid to avoid jail time for protecting sources.
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Matthew Cooper
Time magazine reporter Matthew Cooper walks towards the U.S. federal district court for a hearing in Washington, on July 6, 2005. Cooper and New York Times Reporter Judith Miller have refused to identify their source who revealed information about a CIA officer, and the two could be jailed on contempt for their refusal. (UPI Photo/Roger L. Wollenberg)

Matthew Cooper (born 1963) is a former reporter for Time who, along with New York Times reporter Judith Miller was held in contempt of court and threatened with imprisonment for refusing to testify before the Grand Jury regarding the Valerie Plame CIA leak investigation. He currently works as a blogger for Talking Points Memo, and contributes to the magazine Condé Nast Portfolio.

On June 29, 2005, U.S. Federal judge Thomas F. Hogan gave Miller and Cooper one week to comply with the Grand Jury order to testify or face the maximum penalty of 18 months in prison

The United States Supreme Court declined the reporters' appeal of the contempt of court finding.

This article is licensed under the GNU Free Documentation License.
It uses material from the Wikipedia article "Matthew Cooper."
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