A former U.S. State Department analyst pleaded guilty Friday to sharing secret information about North Korea with a reporter for Fox News, becoming the latest government employee convicted in a campaign against unapproved leaks to the media.
The case is one of 11 times in U.S. history that prosecutors have brought charges for disclosing information to a newspaper, blog or other media outlet. Eight cases have been brought since President Barack Obama took office in 2009.
Stephen Kim, 46, entered the plea in U.S. District Court to avoid a trial scheduled for April.
Transgender model Carmen Carrera and “Orange Is the New Black” star Laverne Cox sat down on Monday with Katie Couric to discuss their careers, upcoming projects and their experiences as high-profile transgender women using their platforms to bring issues of trans justice to national attention.