Disgraced New York Times Reporter Makes a Comeback

Disgraced former New York Times reporter Judith Miller has a new book titled, 'The Story.'
Miller was renowned as a Times national-security reporter prior to 9/11, achieved stardom as the face of the pro-war propaganda effort prior to the Iraq invasion, and then became a household name all over the world once it was discovered she'd made the most impactful mistake the media business had ever seen.
She is most infamous for a piece she co-wrote with Michael Gordon in September of 2002. In "U.S. says Hussein Intensifies Quest for A-Bomb Parts," she confidently reported that "Iraq … has embarked on a worldwide hunt for materials to make an atomic bomb." The ostensible purpose of The Story, as Miller has been explaining on TV in recent weeks, was to go back and re-ask her sources how "we" all could have screwed up so badly.