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From the New York Sun:

    A federal appeals court has blocked a district judge’s ruling that could have led to the disclosure of the identities of visitors to Vice President Cheney’s home and White House office.

    Late yesterday afternoon, a three-judge panel of the U.S. Court of Appeals for the D.C. Circuit granted an emergency stay of the lower judge’s order, which required the Secret Service to turn over two years of visitor logs to the Washington Post or offer a detailed legal justification for withholding the records.

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