Woodward and Bernstein together again

“The Watergate that we wrote about in The Washington Post from 1972 to 1974 is not Watergate as we know it today,” write Bob Woodward and Carl Bernstein. “It was only a glimpse into something far worse. By the time he was forced to resign, Nixon had turned his White House, to a remarkable extent, into a criminal enterprise.”

The Washington Post points out that this is the first time in 36 years that the two men have shared a byline.

* Woodstein: Nixon was far worse than we thought (Washington Post)
* Downie: Investigative journalism at risk 40 years after Watergate (Washington Post)