The New York Times Executive Editor Jill Abramson says the administration's criminal leak investigations have "put a chill on national security reporting in Washington."
In September, Jill Abramson will replace Bill Keller as the executive editor of The New York Times. Abramson has been at The New York Times since 1997, joining the paper as its Washington bureau chief. She has been the managing editor since 2003. She discusses the role of the Times in the digital era, how the paper's pay wall is faring and why economic reporting is so crucial to journalism.