New York Times reporter Judith Miller is at a Washington federal court today: ready to testify before a grand jury about her conversations with Vice President Cheney's chief of staff.
Miller was freed yesterday after 85 days at a federal detention center for refusing to name her source in connection with the leaking of CIA operative Valerie Plame's name. The Times has identified that source as Scooter Libby.
After her release, Miller released a statement saying her source has released her from her promise to keep the name confidential.
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