@10 - There is very strong evidence that Rosen received from a State Department employee, and published within minutes of receiving, a leak of much greater value to North Korean counterintelligence than to the US public.
As Jack Shafer notes here
Once the North Koreans read the story, they must have asked if the source of the intel was human or if their communications had been breached. In any event, you can assume that the North Koreans commenced a leak probe that made the U.S. investigation look like the prosecution of a parking ticket.
This ain't the Pentagon Papers. It ain't Watergate. It's just a media whore turning tricks for a juicy scoop, at the expense of others who have life-and-death responsibilities.
Note also, there's no suggestion Rosen is a target of prosecution, and every indication to the contrary.
How can Holder conduct a fair review?
How can the media provide fair coverage of a story in which their direct special interests are so overwhelmingly one-sided?