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June 4, 1991: Secret Nixon tapes made public
The secret White House recordings reveal conversations during the Watergate scandal.
Reporter’s notebook: How Los Angles rose from the ashes of the riots 25 years ago
John Martin , a retired ABC News national correspondent, is a public policy fellow at the Woodrow Wilson Center for International Scholars in Washington, D.C. This is his first-person essay written for ABCNews.com reflecting on his experiences covering the 1992 Los Angeles riots . On that morning
FBI Arrest Oregon Man Charged with Threatening President, Find Pipe Bombs
FBI Agents and police arrested a man in Medford, Oregon after charging him with "Threatening the President of the United States" and use of an interstate facility to transmit threats, according to a statement from the FBI sent to ABC News. The police and FBI found what appeared to be several pipe
Obama May Send Several Hundred More US Troops to Iraq
Stopping crisis in Iraq and possibly taking back several key cities the Islamic militants have overrun. President Obama is set to make a big announcement a San. More US troops into the war torn country not to fight. But to train Iraqi forces. Hello anti Hernandez in New York with brain ABC's Louis
'Star Trek' Makes Leap From Small Screen to Silver Screen
12/14/1979: Trekkies and critics clash about whether the TV series translates into a major motion picture.
JFK's Final White House Farewell and a Stolen Moment in His Rocker
John Martin Meek May Have Been the Last Person to Sit in JFK's Rocking Chair.
Special Counsel to Investigate NFL Bullying Scandal
Wein with the new developments in the nfl hazing case. A special council set to dig into the allegations of the hazing case. And matt gutman is there with the very latest. Good morning, matt. Reporter: Good morning. Investigators essentially being brought in to act as a referee, to make the call
The Wealthiest People in Each State Are 19 Percent Richer Than Last Year
The rich are indeed getting richer, according to a new list of the richest person in each of the 50 states. As it turns out, the names at the top richest 10 people haven't changed at all, led by Microsoft founder Bill Gates in Washington state. But their net worth values have ticked up. The top 10
More Companies Adding In-House Medical Clinics
Next time you hear about corporate America being bled white by the high cost of employee healthcare, consider this: For every $1 that HanesBrands of Winston-Salem, N.C., spends on providing its employees an in-house clinic, it gets back $1.40 in savings. It gets those savings, despite the fact that
Benghazi Hearing: Gregory Hicks Describes Consulate Attack
House Oversight Committee seeks to determine if Libya attack could have been prevented.