About the time I entered high school in suburban Philadelphia, a young reporter for The Washington Post named Bob Woodward, working with Carl Bernstein, began reporting on the Watergate scandal. They turned the political and journalism world upside down with what turned out to be perhaps the greatest journalistic effort in history. Catching up with Bob we spoke on a variety of issues including Watergate, the many presidents he’s written about, the economy, John Belushi and the sudden fall of Joe Paterno.
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About the Author: Christopher Gabriel is the host of The Christopher Gabriel Program on AM 970 WDAY in Fargo, North Dakota and around the world online at WDAY.com. You can listen to him weekdays from 11 am to 2 pm CT. His program serves up a unique blend of current events, pop culture, sports and humor with guests and contributors from across the nation. As a writer and humorist, Christopher's work has been been published by the Chicago Sun-Times, Reuters, publications within Sun-Times Media, USA Volleyball and Team USA, the Official Website of the U.S. Olympic Committee. He's also been a weekly columnist in Fargo's daily newspaper, The Forum of Fargo-Moorhead.