Mitt, a moderate? As Carl Bernstein reports, he's more likely to enact the Tea Party's far-right agenda.
Carl Bernstein shared a Pulitzer Prize with Bob Woodward for his coverage of Watergate for The Washington Post. His most recent book is the acclaimed biography, A Woman in Charge: The Life of Hillary Rodham Clinton. He is the author, with Woodward, of All the President’s Men and The Final Days, and, with Marco Politi, of His Holiness: John Paul II and the Hidden History of Our Time. He is also the author of Loyalties, a memoir about his parents during McCarthy–era Washington.
Carl Bernstein reports on what is driving U.S. diplomats' efforts to put together—by Monday it is hoped—a plan that would leave Mubarak in place as a temporary, powerless, de facto head of state.
Carl Bernstein reveals five of his favorite books—from a memoir that transports him back to his days as a young copy boy to a neglected biography of Jesus he brought to Rome while working on a Papal biography.
Early this week, Pope Benedict compounded his troubles by elevating a bishop who blamed New Orleans for Hurricane Katrina and called Harry Potter satanic. How does a pope who’s not that ideologically different from the beloved John Paul II manage to screw up so badly? By Carl Bernstein.
In an excerpt from his memoir, Loyalties, Carl Bernstein reflects on the Jim Crow town he grew up in—a world away from today's events.