On Tuesday, Jan. 20, the Web site of The Washington Post will produce live video coverage of Barack Obama’s Presidential Inauguration, anchored by Post reporters, Chris Cillizza, David Maraniss, and Dana Priest.
The Post‘s coverage began as an experiment back in February of 2008 on Super Tuesday and has steadily gained momentum during Read More
Fans of David Maraniss’s classic Bill Clinton biography First in His Class, rejoice! According to his D.C.-based literary agent, Rafe Sagalyn, the Pulitzer Prize-winning Washington Post editor is planning to write a biography of President-elect Barack Obama.
"He’ll do for Obama what he did for Clinton," Mr. Sagalyn said. "That’s the model." Read More
They Marched Into Sunlight: War and Peace, Vietnam and America, October 1967, by David Maraniss. Simon and Schuster, 572 pages, $29.95.
Toward the climax of The Armies of the Night , Norman Mailer delivers one of his finest bolts of lightning-like illumination, his intuition of the immense psychological distance between the demonstrators and the soldiers Read More
First Son: George W. Bush and the Bush Family Dynasty , by Bill Minutaglio. Times Books, 371 pages, $25.
All the Best, George Bush: My Life in Letters and Other Writings , by George Bush. Scribner, 640 pages, $30.
Some people care whether George W. Bush was arrested on cocaine charges 27 years ago. Read More