Chinese censorship is nothing new. But recently the relationship between censor and dissident has grown more complicated as the government comes to accept that social media is no longer something it can simply take away from Chinese citizens. Brooke speaks with Slate's Jacob Weisberg, who recently traveled to China and spoke with some tech-savvy new dissidents.
Robert Dallek, presidential historian and author, and Jacob Weisberg, editor-in-chief of Slate.com and author of The Bush Tragedy (Random House), break down President Bush's final State of the Union address.
Slate editor-in-chief Jacob Weisberg examines the family, friends, and advisors who have contributed to the troubled presidency of George W. Bush – from his parents to Karl Rove and Condoleezza Rice. His new book is The Bush Tragedy.
Event: Jacob Weisberg will be speaking and signing books Tuesday, ...