Bob Woodward


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United States chemist honored for synthesizing complex organic compounds (1917-1979)

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Holland's second story is about Bob Woodward and Carl Bernstein.
Above, Bernstein as played by Dustin Hoffman in 1976 big-screen Watergate drama All the President's Men, with co-star Robert Redford as his Washington Post colleague Bob Woodward MAIN PICTURE: Andrew James (c)
The combination of Bob Woodward and Barack Obama has ' international bestseller' written all over it.
Bob Woodward, HSE lead inspector for the Buncefield investigation, said: "We have served improvement notices on TAV to ensure the correct safety instructions are supplied.
Post veteran Bob Woodward told media reporter Howard Kurtz on Tuesday that administration officials strongly objected to publication of the report.
This story, however, dates back to at least July 2001 in an article written by a Pakistani, Liaquat Raza, who says Brant was "the right-hand man to Bob Woodward, former chief of the CIA.
journo Bob Woodward and Barack and Michelle Obama's Harvard professor Charles Ogletree.
Mark Felt died in his sleep on Thursday at a hospice in California, Bob Woodward, one of the Post journalists who exposed the Watergate affair, said on Friday.
The advice given by Deep Throat to Bob Woodward during the Watergate investigation is part of the legend of the most famous anonymous source in the history of journalism.
Renowned investigate journalist and author Bob Woodward (left) visits with Wayne state university President Irvin D.
From accountings of the distinguished journalistic coverage that exposed sexual predators among Catholic priests, to the New York Times' role in helping the community cope after the September 11th attacks, to the Bob Woodward and Carl Bernstein's uncovering of the Watergate scandal, to the Boston Post's revelation of swindling schemes hatched by Charles Ponzi and much more, Pulitzer's Gold takes the reader on a one-of-a-kind historical tour.
Bob Woodward, Associate Dean at Newcastle Business School, helped pioneer the scheme.
State of Denial is must reading for Bob Woodward addicts, including Secretary Rumsfeld, who (perhaps now regrettably) agreed to speak to Woodward on the record, as well as for students of post-9/11 US foreign policy.
The letter was among several from Nixon to Ford released after the latter's death in December, by Bob Woodward of the Washington Post.