Judith Miller says there's "not really much" she would have done differently.
The former New York Times reporter spent 85 days in jail for defying court orders and refusing to testify in the CIA leak investigation.
She resigned this week from the Times following criticism for her actions in the case and for her reporting on weapons of mass destruction.
Miller told CNN last night that said she doesn't know what brought on "these attacks" since she has been out of jail. But she said she had to leave the paper because she had "become the news."
Times publisher Arthur Sulzberger tells PBS Miller had become a politicized figure. He says that affected her ability to be viewed as an independent journalist. He also said the relationship between Miller and her editors had become strained.