Garrett Graff said it was significant that a federal judge had signed off on probable cause for a search warrant of Trump's Mar-a-Lago resort.
The Justice Department's latest subpoena is likely to hand federal investigators bombshell information for their probe into the January 6 Capitol riot.
Watergate prosecutor Jill Wine-Banks said Supreme Court Justice Clarence Thomas may not be forced to testify against his wife, Ginni Thomas.
Donald Trump's ex-adviser faces a contempt of Congress charge—the last conviction for which came nearly 50 years ago.
A former IRS commissioner reportedly said that the "random" audits were "suspicious."
The former Watergate prosecutor said Sunday that the state's investigation is more likely to "send Donald Trump to prison" than the House's Jan. 6 probe.
The three main TV networks showed the Senate Watergate hearings in so-called "gavel to gavel" coverage.
Fifty years ago, five men were arrested for breaking into the Democratic National Committee's headquarters. The fallout would lead to the end of a presidency.
The journalists call Trump the country's "first seditious president" in a new foreward to their 1974 book "All the President's Men."
Julia Roberts portrays American socialite Martha Mitchell in Starz's historical drama 'Gaslit', a TV series depicting the Watergate scandal in the 1970s.
"Gaslit" is the new political drama on Starz about the Watergate scandal, which brought down Richard Nixon's presidency in 1974.
"Gaslit" is the new political thriller about the Watergate scandal starring Julia Roberts and Sean Penn.
Former Watergate Special Prosecutor Jill Wine-Banks tells Newsweek the PowerPoint presentation Mark Meadows handed over to the January 6 House Select Committee might not condemn Donald Trump.
The Justice Department has not successfully charged and convicted someone for criminal contempt in a Congress case since the 1970s.
Bernstein's remark, made on CNN's Reliable Sources on Sunday, appeared to shock host Brian Stelter.
Liddy is most famous for his involvement in the notorious Watergate burglary.
"Turns out 2020 is dropping some bonus tracks," Colbert said on Monday, lambasting Trump's leaked phone call to Secretary of State Brad Raffensperger of Georgia.
The renowned lawyer Nick Akerman said the president could face up to five years in prison for a "whole series of activities that could qualify as tax fraud, not tax avoidance."
The Watergate journalist said Trump "is putting his own narrow presidential re-election efforts in front of the safety, health and well-being of the people of the United States."
We have a president who is obstructing justice before our very eyes, in real time. The fact that he is doing it in public does not make it any less of a crime—and the public should convict him for it at the ballot box.
The attorney general is in a bind. He cannot render truthful testimony to Congress about Geoffrey Berman's firing and other actions without risking self-incrimination—or else incriminating the president.
Trump has out-Nixoned Nixon. Barr has out-Nixoned Nixon's attorney general. And justice is too low a priority for the GOP to stand up to either of them.
Elizabeth Holtzman was on the House Judiciary Committee that adopted articles of impeachment against President Richard Nixon.
Jill Wine-Banks said, "No one who cares about democracy or the 2020 election thinks impeachment is moving too fast."
The impeachment inquiry heard from Ambassador Gordon Sondland and his testimony was a "tipping point," says former Watergate prosecutor Nick Ackerman.
The former House Judiciary Committee member who voted to adopt articles of impeachment against President Richard Nixon noted "deep similarities" with Watergate case.
Nick Akerman has rejected the GOP's argument that the impeachment accusations against President Trump were "hearsay"—he's jailed people for similar witness testimony.
Citing "Climategate" as a reason to avoid action on climate change has become a simple "tell": Those who do it are acting in bad faith.
The White House counsel during the Watergate scandal, John Dean, made the claim after the first public hearings with two witnesses.
The Watergate special counsel investigation found an 18.5 minute gap in Nixon's recorded phone calls, which Harvard Law School professor Laurence Tribe compared to gaps in the Trump-Zelenskiy memo.