Sen. Joe Lieberman, chairman of the Senate Homeland Security Committee, has suggested that The New York Times should be investigated for publishing classified diplomatic cables released by WikiLeaks.
"To me The New York Times has committed at least an act of bad citizenship, but whether they have committed a crime -- I think that bears a very intense inquiry by the Justice Department," Lieberman told Fox News on Tuesday.
Update at 4:45 p.m. ET: "A federal judge denied George Jakubec's request to suspend plans to burn down his North County house, which is scheduled to be destroyed Thursday morning," the San Diego Union-Tribune reports.
So, it adds:
"Plans are still on track to set fire to the home authorities say is filled with explosive chemicals about 9 a.m. Thursday."
"The U.S. Senate this morning unanimously approved the first of four articles of impeachment against New Orleans federal Judge (G.) Thomas Porteous, removing him from his lifetime seat on the federal bench and denying him his $174,000 annual pension," the New Orleans Times-Picayune writes.