Washington Post associate editor Bob Woodward said that allegations from a report that say President Trump's transition team was named in surveillance reports of foreign individuals would be "gross violations."
Bob Woodward, who gained fame investigating the Watergate scandal, joined Bill O'Reilly tonight to react to the resignation of National Security Adviser Michael Flynn and allegations about any possible Trump administration ties to Russia.
The Washington Post's Bob Woodward believes President-elect Donald Trump has a right to be furious over last week's release of an unverified intelligence dossier alleging Trump has deep ties to Russia.
Judge Andrew Napolitano said today that his "gut" feeling is that the FBI will end up bringing charges against Hillary Clinton over private emails that contained classified information.
Standing in Bob Woodward’s spacious Georgetown kitchen, alongside Carl Bernstein, I couldn’t help thinking that there was a lot of history in that room.
Today on Media Buzz, journalist Bob Woodward spoke to Howard Kurtz about his clash with the Obama administration.
For much of his career, as he churned out his best-selling books, the rap on Bob Woodward was that he was amazing at vacuuming up facts but hesitant to reach conclusions.
On Fox and Friends this morning, Peter Johnson Jr. weighed in after Washington Post reporter Bob Woodward said this weekend he believes the Obama administration is losing the trust of the American people, amid the Benghazi, IRS and DOJ scandals. He said he believes there's a growing feeling that the Obama administration doesn't want to "come clean" and that we're not getting any "straight talk."