Just in case you've been living under a blog rock the past two days, here is the NY Times' first real coverage of their reporter, Judith Miller, and the Plame leak investigation which she became forever connected.
UPDATE: In a fairly unimportant aside, I think it's a bad move, in the above article (especially an article which is, in someways, a mea culpa) when recounting the background of the story, the story hyperlinks to Joseph Wilson's original editorial piece which kicked much of this off, but when you click on the link, it takes you directly to the Times' purchase screen. In order to read it, you can pay 4 dollars or subscribe to TimesSelect.
You would think that this article, a story which has become very much a part of this story, the Times would keep public. Or maybe I'm just thinking too much like a blog.