Missing headlines (a continuing series)

The NYT, CNN, etc. were quick to imply in their articles that Libby's testimony about the President authorizing information disclosure somehow related to Plame—gate.  I haven't seen any headlines about this tidbit beyond this article anyway): 

"Libby Says Bush, Cheney Didn't Authorize CIA Agent's Name Leak"

April 13 (Bloomberg) —— A former top administration official said President George W. Bush and Vice President Dick Cheney authorized him to discuss with reporters intelligence on Iraq's weapons program and didn't authorize leaking a CIA agent's name.

Former Cheney chief of staff I. Lewis ``Scooter'' Libby, in documents filed late last night in the U.S. District Court for the District of Columbia, said Bush and Cheney only authorized him to disclose once—classified details from a National Intelligence Estimate paper that they believed supported the president's claims that Iraq was attempting to buy nuclear material in Niger.

David Bookless   4 13 06

The NYT, CNN, etc. were quick to imply in their articles that Libby's testimony about the President authorizing information disclosure somehow related to Plame—gate.  I haven't seen any headlines about this tidbit beyond this article anyway): 

"Libby Says Bush, Cheney Didn't Authorize CIA Agent's Name Leak"

April 13 (Bloomberg) —— A former top administration official said President George W. Bush and Vice President Dick Cheney authorized him to discuss with reporters intelligence on Iraq's weapons program and didn't authorize leaking a CIA agent's name.

Former Cheney chief of staff I. Lewis ``Scooter'' Libby, in documents filed late last night in the U.S. District Court for the District of Columbia, said Bush and Cheney only authorized him to disclose once—classified details from a National Intelligence Estimate paper that they believed supported the president's claims that Iraq was attempting to buy nuclear material in Niger.

David Bookless   4 13 06