The Associated Press continues to lash out against the government's secret subpoena of reporters' phone records.
AP President and CEO Gary Pruitt says what the Justice Department did was unconstitutional.
"It was sweeping and broad and beyond what they needed to do," Pruitt charged.
He said sources are now much less willing to talk to AP journalists, adding that it has already had an effect on newsgathering.
"If they restrict that apparatus ... the people of the...