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Watergate: Inside the scandal that took down a presidency
A plot of lies, espionage, and secret dealings shattered how the nation viewed the presidency, and the truth.
Cover-up of Nixon's campaign espionage begins to unravel: Part 5
The Senate voted to establish a committee to investigate the alleged political espionage in Nixon's election campaign.
How Washington Post reporters uncovered the Watergate scandal: Part 4
Bob Woodward and Carl Bernstein were working at the paper when they were assigned to cover the Watergate burglary.
Lessons from Watergate: Reporter's notebook
On the morning of June 17, 1972, I got on an airplane in Washington, D.C., and headed for New York, part of my duties as the anchor of the Saturday ABC network news. By chance, I sat down next to Joe Mohbat, the spokesman for the Democratic National Committee. "Heard about the break-in at our
How two Washington Post reporters uncovered the Watergate scandal
Bob Woodward and Carl Bernstein were working at the paper when they were assigned to cover the break-in at the Democratic National Committee headquarters.
OPINION: The 10 commitments to live by
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Breaking down what prompted FBI Director Comey's firing and its aftermath
New details into how James Comey learned of his termination and when the White House says President Trump began to lose confidence in him.
'Mr. President, the media is not fake news,' Bob Woodward says
The group that represents reporters and news organizations that cover the White House pushed back against attacks on the media Saturday night at its annual dinner to raise money for journalism scholarships and celebrate the First Amendment.
'Mr. President, the media is not fake news,' Bob Woodward says at White House Correspondents' Dinner
The group that represents reporters and news organizations that cover the White House pushed back against attacks on the media Saturday night at its annual dinner to raise money for journalism scholarships and celebrate the First Amendment. Two notable speakers at the dinner were Bob Woodward and
Everything you need to know about the White House Correspondents' Dinner
The annual White House Correspondents’ Dinner (WHCD) is typically one of Washington’s hottest events. It’s known as a night where journalists rub shoulders with Hollywood celebrities, athletes and White House administrators. But this year is entirely different. Breaking with tradition, President