A historical look a the Watergate story, from the break-in to the resignation of President Nixon.
The identity of Deep Throat, The Washington Post's key Watergate source, was almost revealed nearly three decades ago, according to Bob Woodward's new book on his relationship with W. Mark Felt.
Unlike many of the heroes and villains of the Watergate saga, W. Mark Felt defies easy pigeonholing; he is alternately presented as a courageous whistleblower and a symbol of overreaching ambition.
The Washington Post's Bob Woodward talks to washingtonpost.com's Ryan Thornburg about the revelation of Deep Throat's identity.
The secret source whose insider guidance was vital to The Washington Post's groundbreaking coverage of the Watergate scandal was a pillar of the FBI named W. Mark Felt.
The unmasking of former FBI official W. Mark Felt as Deep Throat has given the country a rare glimpse into the two separate spheres that coexist uneasily within the U.S. government. Let's call one of them Hidden World and the other Talk Show World.
View panoramic images of key locations from the Watergate era, including the Watergate complex and the parking garage where Woodward met Deep Throat.