The New York Times has no problem disclosing secret information about efforts to protect our country from terrorism, but when one of its own is in harm’s way, they suddenly recognize the necessity of silence and secrecy.  It’s good news that the captured reporter is freed of course (though very sad that a British commando lost his life in the process of saving him and that a translator who was also captured died in the process).  One would hope that the journalists would gain a little more respect for the need for discretion in matters of national security matters, but I wouldn’t count on it.