The Ana Log: Sep. 11, 2006

Reporting from her Washington base camp, ANA MARIE COX dishes the dirt on D.C.

Reporting from her Washington base camp, ANA MARIE COX dishes the dirt on D.C.

NOW, SCOOT According to a new book, Richard Armitage, Deputy Secretary of State until February '05, was actually the first person to reveal the identity of CIA agent Valerie Plame. Washington reacts with unstunned silence and wishes it could have back the time and energy that it devoted to Plamegate. (How much do you think I could get on eBay for my "Free Judy Miller" T shirt?)

BRIDGE TO KNOW WHERE Bloggers left and right dug up the identities of Senator(s) who put a "secret hold" on...

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