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The Biggest Scandal in US History That We're Still Not Talking About. The money lost by the Pentagon. (Those are stacks of hundred dollar bills) It was up for discussion when 9/11 happened; since, then,  even the discussion has disappeared.

The Biggest Scandal in US History That We're Still Not Talking About. The money lost by the Pentagon. (Those are stacks of hundred dollar bills) It was up for discussion when 9/11 happened; since, then, even the discussion has disappeared.

US History Middle School Webquest Lesson Plan: The Watergate Scandal -- This 45-60 minute lesson plan for middle school is geared to help students accomplish the following: Describe the events of Watergate.Explain how the events of Watergate led to President Nixons resignation.Determine what grounds the House Judiciary Committee thought Nixon should be impeached.

US History Middle School Webquest Lesson Plan: The Watergate Scandal -- This 45-60 minute lesson plan for middle school is geared to help students accomplish the following: Describe the events of Watergate.Explain how the events of Watergate led to President Nixons resignation.Determine what grounds the House Judiciary Committee thought Nixon should be impeached.

The 8 Craziest Intelligence Leaks in US History. The craziest intelligence leaks in U.S. history range from the Watergate scandal and Operation Mincemeat to the more recent Climategate.

The 8 Craziest Intelligence Leaks in US History. The craziest intelligence leaks in U.S. history range from the Watergate scandal and Operation Mincemeat to the more recent Climategate.

Ever since it was suspected in June that the Russian government or allies thereof hacked the Democratic National Committee and obtained internal documents and communications, there's been one natural historical precedent that the press has embraced: Watergate.

Ever since it was suspected in June that the Russian government or allies thereof hacked the Democratic National Committee and obtained internal documents and communications, there's been one natural historical precedent that the press has embraced: Watergate.

August 8, 1974: The 37th President of the United States, Richard M. Nixon, resigns from office in the wake of the Watergate burglary scandal.  Photo: New York Daily News 8/9/74

August 8, 1974: The 37th President of the United States, Richard M. Nixon, resigns from office in the wake of the Watergate burglary scandal. Photo: New York Daily News 8/9/74

August 8, 1974: US President Richard M. Nixon addresses the nation and announces his resignation as President of the United States of America.

August 8, 1974: US President Richard M. Nixon addresses the nation and announces his resignation as President of the United States of America.

Sanders wins 78 percent of votes cast by group's members. Momentum keeps gaining for Bernie!  With a record-setting 78.6 percent of 340,665 votes cast by the MoveOn membership, Senator Bernie Sanders has won MoveOn.org Political Action’s endorsement for president with the largest total and widest margin in MoveOn history.... the best any presidential candidate has performed in their 17-year history.   #GoBernieGo   #FeelTheBern   #mydailybernie   #BUTI

Sanders wins 78 percent of votes cast by group's members. Momentum keeps gaining for Bernie! With a record-setting 78.6 percent of 340,665 votes cast by the MoveOn membership, Senator Bernie Sanders has won MoveOn.org Political Action’s endorsement for president with the largest total and widest margin in MoveOn history.... the best any presidential candidate has performed in their 17-year history. #GoBernieGo #FeelTheBern #mydailybernie #BUTI

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