I must admit that it’s a little bit amusing reading the Left after the Wikileaks DNC hack. Huffington Post right now (Tuesday afternoon) is awash in hysterical anti-Putin headlines, declaring the hack to be “worse than Watergate.” Over...Show More Summary
Several days after Wikileaks released an unflattering trail of Democratic emails that led to the ouster of DNC chairwoman Debbie Wasserman Schultz, we are starting to get a scary picture of what the hacked emails might really represent: A Watergate-esque foreign interference in an American election. Show More Summary
If Russia broke into the DNC's virtual headquarters to help a Republican win a presidential race, those waiting for the next Watergate might get their wish.
A foreign government has hacked a political party’s computers—and possibly an election. It has stolen documents and timed their release to explode with maximum damage. It is a strike against our civic infrastructure. And though nobody...Show More Summary
CONCERN-TROLL OF THE DAY: Reporters troubled by Republicans chanting “lock her up!” about Hillary. I’m sure that never happened during the latter days of Watergate or Bush #43. Oh wait! Flashback: Democrat activist rushes San Francisco convention stage in October of 2008, attempts to put handcuffs on Karl Rove. More seriously, see also: Lefty lawfare […]
If you've happened upon this article purely by chance and with no introduction to what has been dubbed 'watergate for millennials', TL;DR Kim Kardashian and Taylor Swift are fighting and this week everything went nuclear and possibly...Show More Summary
FORMER U.S. SENATOR ROBERT MORGAN DIES (WRAL-TV) -- Robert Morgan became a U.S. Senator during the years in Washington after the Watergate scandal rocked the country. On a cold December morning in 1974 when Morgan showed up to the Russell Senate Office Building he met a young Don Vaughan with a handshake. Show More Summary
The famous Watergate Hotel, better known for its role in biggest political scandal in US history reopened for the first time since closing in 2007, after a $125 million renovation. Originally opened in 1965, the hotel’s guest rooms and other interior spaces have been completely revamped by London-based Ron Arad Architects. Show More Summary
Via Michael Barone: Unindicted co-conspirator: Technically, the term, made familiar in the Watergate scandals, does not apply to Hillary Clinton, since no one has been or apparently will be indicted
Unindicted co-conspirator: Technically, the term, made familiar in the Watergate scandals, does not apply to Hillary Clinton, since no one has been or apparently will be indicted in the emails
The hotel has been reopened on a bet that a $125 million renovation to restore its midcentury roots — and its distinctive history — can inspire a renaissance.
FBI Director James Comey might have broken new ground by slamming Hillary Clinton for carelessly handling classified intelligence while recommending that no criminal charges be brought against her, former Watergate prosecutor Nick Akerman told Sputnik.
Walter Shapiro: “It remains baffling that Hillary — a veteran of the only two presidential impeachment attempts since the 1860s — forgot the mantra of Watergate: ‘It’s not the crime. It’s the cover-up.'” “Whatever Clinton thought she was hiding on [...]
In April 1974, while the nation's TV screens were tuned to the myriad twists and turns of the Watergate scandal, which ultimately led to the resignation of President Richard Nixon four months later, Johnny Cash, long one of country music's most outspoken, socially conscious entertainers released another of his "message"...
The office building made famous by the political scandal that brought down Richard Nixon is reportedly under contract to be sold. ||| New York - Washington’s Watergate office building, made famous by the political scandal that brought down President Richard M. Show More Summary
This month, Washington’s Watergate Hotel, which opened in the mid-1960s, reopened for the first time since closing in 2007 with a gleaming $125 million makeover that the new owners hope will restore some of its original glamour and generate...Show More Summary
We all can conjure up mental pictures of the Watergate scandal, from Deep Throat’s garage meetings with Bob Woodward to Richard Nixon’s stiff, strange final speech to his staff. Many of those moments involve the Washington Post, with good reason: The lion’s share of them come from the vivid reporting ... More »
British-Israeli designer Ron Arad renovated the legendary D.C. hotel. In the 1970s, the Watergate scandal crippled then-president Richard Nixon. On orders from his administration, the Democratic National Committee—headquartered in the Watergate Complex—was burglarized and wiretapped in 1972. Show More Summary