Woodward, Bob &

Carl Bernstein



Presley and Richard Nixon


Award-winning investigative journalists Woodward and Bernstein came to fame during the tumultuous era of Watergate. As reporters for the Washington Post, they exposed the nature of the Watergate episode.

They went on to write the best-selling All the President's Men (1974), an account of the episode and the resultant scandal. Woodward went on to several senior positions at the newspaper while Bernstein moved to television, working at ABC in various capacities including Washington bureau chief.