FOXN reporter James Rosen posts story about North Korea on website with words "Sources inside North Korea..."
FBI investigates: Of the 95 people who saw classified document on North Korea only one spoke on phone with Rosen, State Department intelligence analyst Stephen Kim.
Search warrant issued for Kim's emails.
Search warrant issued for James Rosen's emails - personally approved and signed by AG Holder.
U.S. Attorney Ron Machen motion argues that the traditional 30-day notice period does not apply to Rosen as Justice secretly monitors his Gmail account.
News Corp. lawyer notified by DOJ of Rosen suspicion via certified mail.
Document filed: Justice Department seized phone records associated with White House staffers and Fox News reporters in the case of Stephen Jin-Woo Kim, former State Department contractor accused of violating the Espionage Act for allegedly leaking classified information to Rosen at Fox News.
FOXN James Rosen secretly named as co-conspirator by DOJ in US DC District Court.
Holder testifies under oath that he was not involved in any "potential prosecution" of journalists.
DOJ officials get word that The Washington Post is working on an explosive story: a reporter has obtained an affidavit for a search warrant to seize a Fox News journalist’s personal emails.
Attorney General Eric Holder's new guidelines on criminal leak investigations involving members of the media would prevent the FBI from labeling reporters as co-conspirators, according to details leaked to Reuters and The New York Times by an unnamed Justice Dept. official.