When a congressional aide is killed, a Washington, D.C. journalist starts investigating the case involving the Representative, his old college friend. The story of Dick Cheney, an unassuming bureaucratic Washington insider, who quietly wielded immense power as Vice President to George W. Bush, reshaping the country and the globe in ways that we still feel today.
A cover-up spanning four U.S. Presidents pushes the country's first female newspaper publisher and her editor to join an unprecedented battle between press and government. A Senatorial candidate falls for a hotel maid, thinking she is a socialite, when he sees her trying on a wealthy woman's dress.
A dramatic retelling of the post- Watergate television interviews between British talk-show host David Frost and former president Richard Nixon. A biographical story of former U.S. President Richard Nixon, from his days as a young boy, to his eventual Presidency, which ended in shame.
Two girls wander away from a White House tour and meet President Nixon. Based on real life events, Assassination is set in 1974 and centers on a businessman who decides to take extreme measures to achieve his American dream.
Chronicle of Nixon's last months in the White House. A paranoid power-abuser, but also all too human--a confused, pathetic individual who cannot fully comprehend how, in less than one year, he can lose everything he has worked for in life.
In a Philadelphia convent, two nuns battle it out to be elected to the position of head abbess, and neither is about to let anything stand in the way of getting what she wants. Based on the autobiography of G. Gordon Lindy, who spent four years and six months in prison following the Watergate scandal.
The story of the late J. Edgar Hoover, who was head of the FBI from 1924-1972. The film follows Hoover from his racket-busting days through his reign under eight U.S. presidents.
Charles Colson was involved in the infamous Watergate scandal that brought down the administration of former President Richard Nixon. Colson was sentenced to prison for the crimes he ... See full summary ».
This insane comedy series examines President Donald Trump's first 100 days in office. A reporter who has had an affair with the daughter of the U.S. President is sent to Hungary.
There he is bitten by a werewolf, and then gets transferred back to Washington, where he gets a ... See full summary ». The story of a power-hungry U.S. President, and the men, with whom he surrounds himself, in order to keep his hold on power.
Based on John Ehrlich man's book about the Nixon administration. Stone, who leads a one-man crusade against government deception.
Looks back at Watergate, the original game changer of America politics. Originally broadcast in May 1977, this series of interviews between Sir David Frost and U.S. President Richard Nixon, delves into the various controversies of Nixon's presidency, ... See full summary ».
Convicted gun runner, Las Vegas visionary, crusading newspaper publisher, target of the Watergate burglars, hero of Israel's War of Independence, these are only some the highlights of Hank ... See full summary ». Television series docudrama traces the career of John Dean, special counsel of president Nixon.
“The Most Dangerous Man in America” is the story of what happens when a former Pentagon insider, armed only with his conscience, steadfast determination, and a file cabinet full of ... See full summary ». Nixon finds his administration crumbling around him, his allies turning against him, the courts beginning to hound him and an exorcist is even called in to drive the demons from his soul.
This special report by Bill Myers illustrates and evidences about the contradictions revolving U.S. government when it comes to actually follow and obey the Constitution and its rulings. China's first manned mission to the Moon reveals the Apollo 11 cover-up that mankind has never been alone.
Numerous clips from The Dick Caveat Show are used to portrayal how, from 1972 to 1974, popular talk show host Dick Caveat covered in great detail the Watergate scandal on his show. A fresh look at the controversial career and presidency of Richard Nixon.
Reynolds argues that Nixon was genuinely successful as an international statesman. Yet behind the scenes, Nixon's diplomacy was a story of intrigue and rivalry.
A summarizing on the main events about the Watergate scandal and the circumstances that led to president Richard Nixon's resignation in 1974. This report was a special event presented by ... See full summary ».
Styx finds Hillary Clinton's latest comments about Donald Trump to be ironic. Nixon Defends His Office On Watergate Charges & Pres.
A biographical story of former U.S. President Richard Nixon, from his days as a young boy, to his eventual Presidency, which ended in shame. A dramatic retelling of the post- Watergate television interviews between British talk-show host David Frost and former president Richard Nixon.
In the days since Mark Felt outed himself as Deep Throat, the requisite cinematic clip is the scene in All the President’s Men in which Robert Redford’s Bob Woodward meets Hal Holbrook in a parking garage. Our long national guessing game is over, and we have been left with a dreary hangover: The protagonist in our great whodunit was an apolitical career civil servant who used leaks to assert institutional prerogatives.
The more we learn about the affair, the more prosaic it becomes: Woodward met Deep Throat in a waiting room and initially sought him out for career counseling? Unlike the movie that made Woodward and Bernstein into matinée idols, the 1999 comedy Dick stripped Watergate of its cloak-and-dagger and left it in pigtails.
Arlene and Betsy, two 15-year-old Washington girls, stumble onto G. Gordon Lindy mid-burglary when sneaking out of a Watergate apartment after bedtime to get a contest submission to the magazine Tiger Beat postmarked by midnight. They end up in the Oval Office because Nixon pawns off dog-walking duties on them and win his lightheaded trust after delivering cookies inadvertently laced with marijuana.
In exploring each little question raised by the events in Dallas (including many that are settled, in the eyes of every serious scholar), Stone seeks out the most abstrusely nefarious explanation possible. JFK appeared just at the Cold War’s end, before the romance of espionage had withered away, when the Alger Hiss question was still good parlor-game fodder.
Following the death of fifty year FBI Director J. Edgar Hoover who the last three Presidents had considered firing, FBI outsider L. Patrick Gray is appointed Acting Director. Associate Director Mark Felt, a dedicated, loyal and meticulous employee of the Bureau for thirty years, and his wife Audrey, feel he is passed over for the job is a major snub, they who have sacrificed their own personal lives for the Bureau.
Part of that sacrifice is not being able to devote time in locating the Felts' daughter, Joan Felt, who they have not heard from in a year, they're only assuming that she's going off their radar being on her own volition in her anti-establishment ideals. Felt not getting the job is arguably due to the is such an integral figure in the controversial Hoover tenure.
One of the first cases for the Bureau in Gray's tenure is a break-in at and bugging of the Democratic National Committee offices, the case unofficially called Watergate for the complex in which the break-in ... Plot Summary | Add Synopsized Goofs There is a reference to Richard Nixon being named TIME Magazine's “Person of the Year” for 1972.