When it comes to targets, Dan Moldea likes to aim high.
As a young freelance reporter, he was beaten up once, and told he would be killed twice, while researching The Hoffa Wars , his hard-boiled, and well-received, 1978 book about the former Teamsters president. He sued The New York Times for libel over an Read More
Did Kenneth Starr fold?
Suddenly, after months of stalemated bargaining, Mr. Starr welcomes the same old proffer of testimony by Monica Lewinsky-about sex, not perjury or subornation or conspiracy-that he had once summarily rejected. Suddenly, after months of rejected “invitations,” Mr. Starr issues a subpoena to the President and negotiates over logistics.
Whatever deal Read More