Legendary Watergate journalist Carl Bernstein has some advice for today's reporters

Bernstein is referring to the basics of newsgathering — the tools and skills reporters use to assemble facts, tell stories. “Today, we see how much reporting — if it’s called that — is done from people looking up things on Google and thinking, ‘Oh, that’s how I’m going to get the story,'” Bernstein told Anderson Cooper. “You need to be listening to people, and you need to be learning their stories. You need to go to their relatives. You need to go to their bosses, and you just keep persevering.”He should know: Bernstein’s dogged reporting for the Washington Post along with Bob Woodward uncovered the Watergate political scandal that

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