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'Pros' at network are 'pretty good,' says veteran newsman.

Thanks to correction, veteran journalist no longer depicted as a promoter of IRS-Watergate comparisons.

Longtime Washington investigative journalist didn't actually say that the IRS scandal is 'on the road to Watergate.'

Bob Woodward says that he wasn't shopping his story.

One reason why Woodward hasn't used the term 'threat' to describe what happened to him: He knows from threats.

Famous investigative journalist says he wasn't necessarily threatened but also says he received "coded" language for "you better watch out."

Everyone stuck up for Woodward when he was at loggerheads with the Bush administration, says Fox Newsie. No one's sticking up for him now that he's at loggerheads with the Obama administration.

The Post's associate editor takes issue with how the Obama administration has handled dissonance.

K.T. McFarland insists The Washington Post made too much of her relaying a message from Fox News chief Roger Ailes to Gen. David Petraeus in the spring of 2011.

Somehow the Fox News chief manages to keep a toe or two in in his erstwhile profession.

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