“The FBI According to Weiner” (11 April 2012)
- Sue Rosenfeld ’s review of Tim Weiner ’s book on the FBI was featured on HNN during the week of April 16, along with a rebuttal from Weiner.
“Dreamland Fantasies” (11 July 2011)
- The review of Annie Jacobsen ’s Area 51 was cited by Jon Weiner in his list of the Worst Political Books of 2011.
The Lost Bullet (20 November 2011)
- Dallas Morning News article on the significance of the traffic mast.
- Premiere of the NatGeoTV documentary on the shooting sequence in Dealey Plaza, and the theory that the assassination commenced before Zapruder restarted his camera.
“Kennedy’s Death Revisited, Old Frame by Old Frame” (18 November 2011)
- The New York Times published a review of The Lost Bullet, the NatGeoTV documentary about the “11 Seconds in Dallas” theory first published in Washington Decoded.
“Post-Assassination Air Force One Recording Is Discovered” (16 November 2011)
- The Associated Press quoted Washington Decoded’s editor about the newly-discovered recordings.
“A Most Unlikely Agent: Robert S. Allen” (11 September 2010)
• Samuel Nicholson’s article on Allen’s activities as a Soviet agent in the 1930s was printed in the Fall/Winter 2010 issue of The Intelligencer, a journal published by the Association of Former Intelligence Officers.
“The Historian as Hustler” (11 March 2010)
• The article was ranked #2 in HNN’s “Roundup Top 10” for the week of March 15.
“Drugs, Corruption, and Justice in Vietnam and Afghanistan” (11 November 2009)
• This article was featured on HNN during the week of November 16.
“Richard Nixon’s Own Deep Throat” (3 November 2009)
• The article was ranked #1 in HNN’s “Roundup Top 10” for the week of November 2.
• The New Nixon blog highlighted the article on November 6.
• John Batchelor interviewed the author on his nationally-syndicated radio show on the evening of November 14.
CIA Is Still Cagey About Oswald Mystery (17 October 2009)
• An article in The New York Times about CIA documents alleged to pertain to the JFK assassination quoted the editor of Washingon Decoded.
“The Death of Conservatism-and Other Vital Center Illusions” (11 July 2009)
• This book review was featured on HNN during the week of November 9.
“Birthers, Truthers, and Buffs: The Paranoid Style” (11 August 2009)
• Jefferson Flanders’s article was featured in HNN’s “Roundup Top 10” for the week of August 10.
• A September 23 article in Slate by “ History Lesson ” columnist David Greenberg featured a link to Flanders’s essay.
“Why Did I. F. Stone Sidestep the Hiss Case?” (11 July 2009)
• This excerpt from a longer essay about I. F. Stone, published in the Summer 2009 issue of the Journal of Cold War Studies, was featured on HNN during the week of 6 July, and at the CI Centre news website.
• The longer essay about I. F. Stone, published in the Summer 2009 issue of the Journal of Cold War Studies, was mentioned during an exchange about Stone in the 17 December 2009 issue of the The New York Review of Books.
“In Denial: Round 11” (11 June 2009)
“Concocting the Dots” (11 January 2009)
• Brian Latell’s review of Brothers in Arms by Gus Russo and Stephen Molton was featured in the CI Centre’s Book News & Reviews on January 12.
“The Politics of Association: Ayers v. Kravis ” (11 October 2008)
• Robert Nedelkoff, in The New Nixon, wrote a commentary on the article entitled “Deep Throat and the Third Man.”
• HNN featured the essay for the week beginning September 29.
Gerald Ford’s FBI Files Released (11 August 2008)
Editor Profiled in Washington Post (24 July 2008)
• The editor’s work on the Warren Commission was the subject of this article in the “Style” section of The Washington Post.
“Indoctrination U” (11 June 2008)
• Don Bohning’s expose of the Spartacus website was printed in the Fall 2009 issue of The Intelligencer, a journal published by the Association of Former Intelligence Officers.
“Still Guilty After All These Years” (11 May 2008)
• Mel Ayton’s essay on the 40th anniversary of RFK’s assassination was featured in the CI Centre’s History News section on May 14.
• HNN linked to the article on May 15 in its “ Talking About History” section.
New LBJ Tapes Released (2 May 2008)
• Washingon Decoded’s editor was interviewed on CNN’s “The Situation Room,” hosted by Wolf Blitzer, about a new tranche of Johnson tape recordings from January-April 1968.
“Harvard Does Dallas ” (11 April 2008)
• HNN featured the essay for the week beginning April 21, in an article entitled, “Anatomy of a JFK Conspiracy Book by a Reputable Academic.”
“Road to Nowhere ” (11 March 2008)
• John McAdams’s review of The Road to Dallas by David Kaiser was featured in the CI Centre’s Book News & Reviews on March 12.
• HNN linked to the review on March 20, in an article entitled, “ Debunking JFK Conspiracy Claims Made by David Kaiser.”
• The Intelligencer, the journal of the Association for Intelligence Officers, reprinted McAdams's review in its Spring 2008 issue.
New JFK Document Trove (19 February 2008)
• The front-page article in The New York Times about the new documents and artifacts discovered in Dallas quoted the editor of Washingon Decoded.
• Washingon Decoded’s editor participated in a February 21 discussion of the JFK assassination on The Diane Rehm Show, a nationally-syndicated radio program.
“Civics Lesson” (11 February 2008)
• HNN featured this article in its “Historians in the News” section on February 14.
“Commission Confidential” (30 January 2008)
• Brian Ross’s investigative team at ABC News ran a story on this EXTRA the same day it was posted.
“Doubt and Disbelief in the Warren Report” (11 January 2008)
• HNN featured this article in its “Talking about History” section on January 14.
“McCarthy, According to Evans (and Novak)” (11 December 2007)
• History News Network featured this article in its “Historians in the News” section on December 11.
• The online magazine FrontPageMag.com republished John Haynes’s review of M. Stanton Evans’s history in its December 12 issue.
“Credit Where Credit Is Due” (December 2007)
• History News Network featured this article in its “Talking About History” section on December 11.
• On November 30, the Kennedy Assassination Home Page, a widely-respected site edited by Marquette University Professor John McAdams, posted an article that supports the analysis that the Zapruder film did not capture the entire shooting sequence in Dealey Plaza. “Hidden in Plain View: The Zapruder Film and the Shot that Missed” was written by a Seattle lawyer named Kenneth Scearce.
“What Oswald Wrought” (11 November 2007)
• The CI Centre website featured this essay on 29 October 2007.
• HNN highlighted this article in its “Historians and History” section during the week of 4 November 2007.
“The Cuban Missile Crisis 45 Years Later” (11 October 2007)
• Sheldon Stern’s personal and professional essay of remembrance was listed on the “Roundup Top 10” articles on the History News Network (HNN) for the week of 8 October 2007.
“Sins of Omission and Commission” (11 September 2007)
• Jeffrey Richelson’s review of Tim Weiner’s Legacy of Ashes: The History of the CIA was featured in Steven Aftergood’s widely-read Secrecy News on 12 September 2007.
• On 1 October 2007, “The Corner,” a group blog on National Review Online, favorably mentioned Jeffrey Richelson’s review of Legacy of Ashes.
• Peter Earnest, executive director of the International Spy Museum in Washington, called Richelson’s take “the definitive review” of Weiner’s book, according to the 17 October 2007 CI Centre.
• Richelson’s review was reprinted in full in the Summer/Fall 2007 issue of The Intelligencer, a journal published by the Association For Intelligence Officers (AFIO).
• Jeff Stein, national security editor for Congressional Quarterly, highlighted Richelson’s review in a 15 March 2008 column about the increasing controversy over Legacy of Ashes.
• Stephen Weissman singled out Richelson’s review for praise in a 20 March 2008 column in TPM Café about the Legacy of Ashes controversy.
“The Quiet Vietnamese” (11 August 2007)
• Merle Pribbenow’s review of Perfect Spy by Larry Berman, was featured in Weekly Intelligence Notes #32-07, which is published by the Association of Former Intelligence Officers (AFIO).
• “The Quiet Vietnamese” was also a feature review on History News Network (HNN) for the week of 3 September 2007.
• Pribbenow’s review was reprinted in full in the Summer/Fall 2007 issue of The Intelligencer, a journal published by the Association For Intelligence Officers (AFIO).
“Camelot and Cuba” (11 July 2007)
• History News Network (HNN) featured Don Bohning’s review of David Talbot’s Brothers: The Hidden History of the Kennedy Years, during the week of 30 July 2007.
“A Word About Lee Harvey Oswald” (11 June 2007)
• Priscilla J. McMillan’s article was reprinted in the Fall 2007 issue of World Policy Journal as “JFK & Oswald: The Inconvenient Truth.”
“Deep Throat 3.0” (11 May 2007)
• Alicia C. Shepard, author of Woodward and Bernstein: Life in the Shadow of Watergate, called “Deep Throat 3.0” a “very detailed” article, “filled with the kind of minute details that only a Watergate geek like me could digest” during a 19 June 2007 online discussion at washingtonpost.com.
• Michael Miner, media critic for the Chicago Reader, called this essay “a closely observed analysis of one of the most mythologized chapters in the history of American journalism” in his 6 July 2007 column.
“The New McCarthyism” (11 April 2007)
• John Earl Haynes and Harvey Klehr’s article was praised in Sam Tanenhaus’s new essay on the Hiss-Chambers case, “From Whittaker Chambers to George W. Bush: The End of the Journey,” which appeared in the 2 July 2007 issue of The New Republic.
• On 16 July 2007, Ronald Radosh took note of “The New McCarthyism” in “Alger Hiss: Once Again,” posted on a New Republic group blog, “Open University.”
• Ron Rosenbaum, who writes about culture for Slate, cited the critique Haynes and Klehr presented in Washington Decoded. Rosenbaum’s article, “Alger Hiss Rides Again,” was also posted on July 16.
• In “Still Seeing Red,” a 16 September 2007 op-ed in the Los Angeles Times, Richard Schickel, a TIME magazine film critic, seconded the argument first raised in “The New McCarthyism.” Schickel criticized those who would exonerate Alger Hiss by falsely accusing Wilder Foote, calling the effort “reverse McCarthyism.”
“11 Seconds in Dallas, Not Six” (11 March 2007)
• Prompted a special report on Channel 11 in Dallas/Ft. Worth, the local CBS affiliate. The segment was broadcast during the 10 P.M. news hour on 12 March 2007, and repeated throughout the next day.