Judith Miller

D.O.B. January 2, 1948.

Significance: Pulitzer Prize-winning journalist jailed for 85 days for refusing to disclose a source.

Notable for: Her jail sentence came on the heels of the investigation into the "Plamegate" scandal that resulted from the outing of covert CIA agent Valerie Plame. Miller refused to disclose the source to a grand jury. It was only after the source (former Vice President Dick Cheney's top aide Scooter Libby) relieved her off the confidentiality obligation that she was released.