Updated 7:34 p.m.
With the U.S. Department of Justice under fire for secretly obtaining Associated Press phone records, a newly unsealed court document in Washington revealed that federal prosecutors seized far more than phone records in one pending leak case.
The Justice Department's investigation into leaks about classified information about North Korea in 2009 also looked at a Fox News reporter's security badge access records at the State Department building and his personal emails, according to a search warrant affidavit.
An investigation into government adviser Stephen Jin-Woo Kim also targets the news reporter for a criminal statute related to “gathering, transmitting or losing defense information,” which is punishable by up to 10 years in prison. The Washington Post, which first reported on the affidavit that was unsealed in 2011, identified the reporter as James Rosen of Fox News.