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Watergate scandal - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Watergate scandal - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

March 1 - Watergate scandal: Seven former White House officials are indicted for their roles in the Watergate break-in and charged with conspiracy to obstruct justice.

1973 Watergate scandal: Seven former White House officials are indicted for their roles in the Watergate break-in and charged with conspiracy to obstruct justice.

"In 1972, Washington Post journalists Bob Woodward and Carl Bernstein received information from a high-level government official who was given the moniker "Deep Throat," who turned out to be William Mark Felt. He told them that former CIA agent and Nixon staff member Howard Hunt was involved in the Watergate scandal. The evidence eventually led to President Nixon’s resignation in August 1974."

GWU alum William Mark Felt was Deep Throat in the Watergate scandal.

All the President's men  	 Carl Bernstein, Bob Woodward.

"All the President's Men" by Bob Woodward, Carl Bernstein. I need to read this to have a better understanding of what happened with this complicated scandal that brought down a President.

If you are a newsie or a history buff or just like a compelling story, check out two of my new videos: The impact of Watergate 40 years later and a Tribute to Iconic former Washington Post Executive Editor Benjamin Bradlee. Enjoy and feel free to repin!

Bob Woodward, Carl Bernstein and Ben Bradley- Washington Post

The Washington Post Reporters Uncovered the Watergate Scandal That Brought The Nixon White House Down.

Let's hope the net is being drawn tighter, slowly but inexorably.

Jeb Stuart Magruder

Jeb Stuart Magruder dies; Watergate conspirator became a minister

The Southern California coordinator for Richard Nixon's 1968 presidential campaign spent seven months in federal prison for his role in the Watergate scandal. He became a Presbyterian minister after his release.

WATERGATE: Senate Select Committee on Presidential Campaign Activities, headed by Senator Sam Ervin of North Carolina, begins televised hearings on the escalating Watergate affair on May 17, 1973. This year marks the 40th anniversary of the Watergate hearings.

WATERGATE: Senate Select Committee on Presidential Campaign Activities, headed by Senator Sam Ervin of North Carolina, begins televised hearings on the escalating Watergate affair on May This year marks the anniversary of the Watergate hearings.

Carl Bernstein born February 14, 1944 in Washington, DC and graduated from Montgomery Blair HS.  He teamed up with Bob Woodward; the two reported on the Watergate scandal. These scandals led to numerous government investigations, the indictment of a vast number of White House Officials such as H.R. Haldeman, John Ehrlichman, Charles Colson, and John Mitchell, and the resignation of President Nixon.  Won Pulitzer Prize for Public Service

Carl Bernstein, 1944 journalist with Bob Woodward cracked Watergate scandal.

Washington Post Reporters (L) Bob Woodward and (R) Carl Bernstein walk from Federal court after covering the President Richard Nixon Watergate hearings March 1,1974 Washington, DC.

Washington Post Reporters (L) Bob Woodward and (R) Carl Bernstein walk from Federal court after covering the President Richard Nixon Watergate hearings March Washington, DC.

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