Federal investigators secretly seized two months of phone records from reporters and editors of The Associated Press. The A.P. calls it a "serious interference with A.P.'s constitutional rights to gather and report the news." // A court commissioner has temporarily blocked the release of a patrol-car video in an assault case against SPD officer Chris Hairston. Police say an intruder apparently targeted a North Bend home shared by three generations of a family at random. No one in the home knew the intruder. // Controversy continues over Benghazi and the IRS. Dave and Luke agree the IRS scandal highlights the Byzantine complexity of the U.S. tax code. // Kim Shepard reports prosecutors in the Puget Sound are cracking down on repeat gun felons. And gun advocates are organizing an open carry march in Washington D.C. on the morning of July 4th.