Filmmaker Peter Landesman goes "inside the heart and mind of the man" who changed history as the informant "Deepthroat."
The 1974 book tells the story of the Watergate scandal, and some readers are finding it newly relevant.
The president ate cottage cheese, got a haircut and talked to photos of past presidents.
Jill Wine-Banks compared Trump Jr. to a child asking his parents to help him fake an illness.
"The problem with this president is he has no regard for the rule of law," a former Watergate prosecutor said.
Yes, the press has been reporting assiduously on Russia, but only because Trump appears to have so flagrantly violated the rules and norms of American democracy.
Only one in three American voters are authoritarians. But that was enough to elect Trump.
Will Don McGahn, the White House counsel, save Trump from the Russia probe? Or will he be forced to turn on his boss, as John Dean did to Nixon?
Trump has made the same mistake Nixon did: he is not represented by competent counsel.
Trump's threat to Comey is a clear breach of the law.
The president tweeted: "James Comey better hope that there are no 'tapes' of our conversations before he starts leaking to the press!" Claims about Trump's past actions indicate there may be.
The Intelligence Committee chairman's withdrawal doesn't fix the investigation or solve the chamber's deeper problems.
The art of the congressional investigation is a fine one, and the GOP is blowing it.
Could Obama have intervened to correct Comey's mistakes?
Fred Thompson, Watergate Warrior, Dead at 73
As executive editor from 1968 until 1991, Bradlee became one of the most important figures in Washington and oversaw the paper's Watergate coverage