Richard Nixon derided environmentalists in private, but became the main driver behind legislation protecting the country’s air, water and animals.
After Richard Nixon refused to release his secret tapes, Congress ruled that they were the government’s property, not his.
Investigative journalist Seymour Hersh writes in his new book that Pat Nixon visited the emergency room and alleged that her husband had hit her shortly after Nixon resigned.
From adulterous affairs yielding secret children to hotel break-ins and secret gun deals, scandal has always followed American politicians.
Former FBI deputy director William Mark Felt broke his 30-year silence and confirmed in 2005 that he was “Deep Throat,” the anonymous government source who helped take down President Nixon in the Watergate scandal.
Stamps have often invited debate—usually for reasons the post office never anticipated.
How President Johnson’s exit from the 1968 presidential race rocked politics.
The 1970 postal strike brought the nation to its knees.
It takes more than period props to make audiences care.
It shook Washington, D.C. in the 1970s.