In an intimate conversation, Judith Miller turns her reporting skills on herself and her career, discussing her early years at The New York Times, her controversial work regarding Iraq’s weapons of mass destruction, and the decisions she made during the Scooter Libby investigation.
Judith Miller, a Pulitzer Prize-winning investigative reporter formerly with The New York Times, is the author of The Story: A Reporter’s Journey. Bret Stephens (moderator) is the foreign affairs columnist and deputy editorial page editor of The Wall Street Journal.
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