FBI seizes NYT records
The New YorkTimes says the federal government has seized records of one of its reporters as part of an investigation into classified leaks. The Times says the reporter, Ali Watkins, was informed in February that the Justice Department had obtained years of records for two email accounts and a phone number of hers, though they did not obtain the content of the messages themselves. The newspaper says the FBI had asked Watkins about a previous relationship with the Senate Intelligence Committee’s former director of security, James A. Wolfe, but Watkins did not answer their questions. says she filmed an angry neighbour shooting at a man near a lava flow. Patty Jones says she started recording cellphone video when the man stormed out of his pickup truck and accosted another neighbour last week, believing the man didn’t belong there. Her video shows the first man firing over the other man’s head. John Hubbard faces state and federal charges. He was expected in state court yesterday. confiscated at US city Atlanta’s airport last month, federal authorities said. Thirty guns were found at security checkpoints at Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta International Airport during May, Transportation Security Administration spokesman Mark Howell said. That’s more than previously discovered at a single airport nationwide in one month.