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What happened the night of the Watergate break-in: Part 3
Former police officers John Barrett and Paul Leeper recalled what happened when they found and arrested the burglars.
The 1972 Watergate burglary: How a piece of tape and an astute night watchman foiled the political crime of the century
Frank Wills, a night watchman at the Watergate office complex in Washington, D.C., was making his rounds on the night of June 17, 1972, when he noticed a piece of tape on the latch of a basement door in the complex’s parking garage. “The tape, at first, didn’t seem to be anything unusual,” Wills in
See Inside Joan Rivers' Private Collection of Jewelry and Clothes
ABC News' JoiMarie McKenzie visits Christie's Auction House to see all of the dazzling items on display.
Obama Unveils Plan to Cut Federal Mortgage Rates
The economy is stirring gas prices are plunging. Stocks are near record levels and some good job numbers out today there's one sectors still lagging housing. Hello everyone I'm Michelle Franzen in New York President Obama has traveled the Phoenix Arizona. And is about to address that issue in just
New Hair Product Could Mean Fewer Salon Trips
This revolutionary product promises to make you and your bank account look good.
Obama, Romney Duel Online Over Firefighters vs. the Private Sector
ATLANTA – The Romney and Obama campaigns this morning released dueling web videos that hinge on comments made by each of the candidates last week – the president saying the private sector is “doing fine” and the presumptive GOP candidate suggesting he opposes additional firefighters...
Obama Video Says 'Robotic' Romney Repeating Failed Promises
Mitt Romney’s record as governor of Massachusetts has been something of a taboo topic on the campaign trail, with the Republican candidate rarely discussing his years in public office, preferring to trumpet his private sector experience instead. President Obama’s re-election team now wants to ...
Former Model Sues NBC Universal Over 'Couples Retreat'
Former model Irina Krupnik filed a $10 million defamation lawsuit against NBC Universal Thursday after a decade-old modeling photo of her was used in the movie " Couples Retreat ." The swimsuit photo was used by actor Jon Favreau in a solitary sex scene. It was used as a "prop for an overweight,
Aug. 17, 1998: Bill Clinton Admits Affair
President Clinton admits to having had a sexual affair with Monica Lewinsky.
Tapper on Obama's Job Summit
ABC news this news world news. Tonight from Washington. Good evening at the White House today President Obama hosted a jobs summit. Looking for new ideas about ways to create jobs knowing perhaps his own job and a few years could depend on improving the employment picture. Tomorrow the unemployment