The accused con artist is said to have paid staffers with forged checks.
Writers of color share their concerns about privacy and surveillance.
A poll suggests that they are more comfortable than other Americans with the government accessing their records.
Black LGBT writers consider why this confrontation gave them pause.
The attorney general told journalists of color how he would have conducted the DOJ's media leak investigations in hindsight.
The NABJ, NAJA and AAJA have declined to meet with the attorney general.
It's also unclear whether journalists of color will be at the off-the-record session, where the attorney general will address outrage over the Justice Department's leak investigations.
One writer says that he might be accused of not being Hispanic enough.
Will Eric Holder consult journalists of color during the Justice Department's review?