Matt Drudge is blaring the no-news from Novak, which is being headlined by the Chicago Sun-Times:
Novak: Feds know who outed CIA agent
Robert Novak said Wednesday that special counsel Patrick Fitzgerald knows who outed a CIA agent to the Chicago Sun-Times columnist but hasn't acted on the information because Novak's source committed no crime.
..."The question is, does Mr. Fitzgerald know who the source was?" Novak asked. "Of course. He's known for years who the first source is. If he knows the source, why didn't he indict him? Because no crime was committed."
No kidding - as to "the Feds know", that has been clear from court filings for quite some time. And Fitzgerald certainly seems to share Novak's opinion about "no crime", since they are insisting that the source's name be kept quiet to protect his reputation, and, per the judge, he faces no charges.