Coverage of 'Memogate' by New York Times, Washington Post

July 7, 2008 - 7:30 PM

(Editor's Note: The following is a list of stories and editorials on "Memogate" by The New York Times and The Washington Post since the controversial Senate Judiciary Committee memos were leaked to the press in November 2003.)

The New York Times

March 5, 2004
Report Finds Republican Aides Spied On Democrats, By Neil A. Lewis, Washington

February 16, 2004
Partisan Denunciations Fly Over Secret Strategy Memos, By Neil A. Lewis, Washington

February 10, 2004
Democrats Suggest Inquiry Points to Wider Spying by G.O.P. , By Neil A. Lewis, Washington

February 9, 2004
Computer Hackers in the Senate, Editorial Desk

January 23, 2004
Senate Inquiry Into Memos That Went Astray Nears End, By Neil A. Lewis, Washington

December 5, 2003
Partisan Hacking in Congress, Editorial Desk

The Washington Post

March 12, 2004
Senate Panel Agrees To Seek Federal Probe; GOP Aides' Accessing of Democratic Files at Issue, Helen Dewar, Washington Post Staff Writer

March 5, 2004
GOP Aides Implicated In Memo Downloads; Democrats' Files Accessed and Leaked In Security Breach, Helen Dewar, Washington Post Staff Writer

February 16, 2004
Memo Theft, Editorial

February 12, 2004
Hatch vs. . . . Conservatives? ; Computer Probe Inflames Activists, Helen Dewar, Washington Post Staff Writer

February 10, 2004
Democrats Say File Issue Could Bring Probe, Helen Dewar, Washington Post Staff Writer

January 3, 2004
Turmoil Over Court Nominees; Democrats Dispute Weight of Strategies in Leaked Memos, David Von Drehle, Washington Post Staff Writer

November 28, 2003
Senate Opens Inquiry Into Leaked Memos; Computer Files Discussed Democrats' Strategy on Bush Judicial Nominations, Walter Pincus, Washington Post Staff Writer

November 26, 2003
GOP Staffer May Have Leaked Democrats' Memos; Helen Dewar, Washington Post Staff Writer

November 18, 2003
Apparent Theft Of Democratic Memos Probed, Reuters