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Is the media scaring us to death over Ebola? Former CNN president Jon Klein on Nielsen's TV ratings glitch; James Risen on how the crackdown on whistleblowers affects reporting.

Is the media scaring us to death over Ebola? Former CNN president Jon Klein on Nielsen's TV ratings glitch; James Risen on how the crackdown on whistleblowers affects reporting.

September 15th, 2013
01:21 PM ET

Deep Throat's garage

Historian and University of Maryland Professor Dr. Mark Feldstein and guest host Patrick Gavin visit the Virginia parking garage made famous as the meeting place between Bob Woodward and “Deep Throat," aka Mark Felt.


Filed under: Bob Woodward • Deep Throat • Mark Felt • Scandal • Watergate
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  1. Jim Lynn

    So Gavin couldn't have interviewed Woodward? And the professor says the role of Felt was exaggerated but never explains why he thinks that or what he feels Felt's proper place in the Watergate context should be. And his remark about the arguable importance of Woodward and Bernstein themselves is simply outrageous. This could have been a great story. Instead, it was typical quick-bite TV material. Single source, indeed.

    September 15, 2013 at 8:11 pm | Reply

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