(The Washington Post)
National
Bernstein: Watergate shows 'how we need to know what happens in our government'
To mark the 40th anniversary of Nixon’s resignation, The Washington Post hosted a panel featuring legendary reporters Carl Bernstein and Bob Woodward, who did the majority of reporting on the Watergate scandal for The Post. During the event, Bernstein makes the argument that the news of today is not sufficiently covering our government and how books by reporters are helping to fill the gaps.
Read More
Up next in Top News
promo
0:56
Abortion rights protests spread across the country
promo
1:01
Bystanders capture tornadoes in Texas and Oklahoma
promo
2:10
Why are 2020 Democrats divided on Fox News town halls?
promo
1:17
Sybrina Fulton, Trayvon Martin’s mother, is running for office
promo
2:25
'Game of Thrones' will never really end. Here's what's next for its creators.
promo
1:41
These high-profile conservatives oppose Alabama's abortion law
promo
3:14
What Alabama’s abortion legislation could mean for the rest of the country
promo
1:39
Alabama Senate passes nation’s most restrictive abortion ban
promo
2:14
Major influencers react to the James Charles-Tati Westbrook YouTube feud
promo
4:07
You can't buy weed in D.C., but you can smoke it. Here's why.
promo
2:15
What 'contempt of Congress' could mean for Barr
promo
2:08
'We're not robots': Uber and Lyft drivers protest in San Francisco
promo
1:39
One student dead, eight others injured in Colorado school shooting
promo
1:21
Britain's newest royal baby is breaking new ground
promo
1:53
‘Part of this still feels like a nightmare’: UNC Charlotte students reflect on deadly shooting
promo
2:31
A day of violence and unrest in Venezuela ends with uncertainty
promo
6:11
Police are using Amazon's facial recognition technology. Privacy experts are worried.
promo
2:08
The evolution of Joe Biden’s comments on Anita Hill
promo
2:09
Meet the journalists sharing Holocaust survivor stories with a new generation
promo
1:57
1 dead, 3 injured in shooting at California synagogue