The CIA does not have to divulge confidential emails to journalists even when it receives a Freedom of Information Act request, a federal judge in New York has ruled.
The CIA does not have to divulge confidential emails to journalists even when it receives a Freedom of Information Act request, a federal judge in New York has ruled. Carolyn Kaster AP
The CIA does not have to divulge confidential emails to journalists even when it receives a Freedom of Information Act request, a federal judge in New York has ruled. Carolyn Kaster AP

CIA emails to journalists don't have to be released to public, judge rules

April 30, 2018 05:39 PM