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"King Elvis Dead" August 17, 1977, On 16th August 1977, “The King of Rock ‘n’ Roll” was found dead on his bathroom floor. As the subheading in the accompanying article reads: “He was 42 and alone”. He had been using the toilet at the time of his death.

"King Elvis Dead" August 17, 1977, On 16th August 1977, “The King of Rock ‘n’ Roll” was found dead on his bathroom floor. As the subheading in the accompanying article reads: “He was 42 and alone”. He had been using the toilet at the time of his death.

16 agosto 1977. El Rey muere en Graceland. Menphis, Tennessee.

16 agosto 1977. El Rey muere en Graceland. Menphis, Tennessee.

The Wars of Watergate- The Last Crisis of Richard Nixon by Stanley I. Kutler http://www.bookscrolling.com/the-best-books-to-learn-about-president-richard-nixon/

The Wars of Watergate- The Last Crisis of Richard Nixon by Stanley I. Kutler http://www.bookscrolling.com/the-best-books-to-learn-about-president-richard-nixon/

Newsweek, The Nixon Tapes, July 30, 1973. And yet, somehow, in spite of the tapes and Watergate, I still think his acts in international diplomacy made his presidency one of those I admire the most. Even though I'm a Democrat.

Newsweek, The Nixon Tapes, July 30, 1973. And yet, somehow, in spite of the tapes and Watergate, I still think his acts in international diplomacy made his presidency one of those I admire the most. Even though I'm a Democrat.

Mark Felt, FBI official known for decades as "Deep Throat," the anonymous informant of the Washington Post's Bob Woodward who broke the Watergate scandal resulting in the resignation of President Richard Nixon and prosecution of seven members of his administration.

Mark Felt, FBI official known for decades as "Deep Throat," the anonymous informant of the Washington Post's Bob Woodward who broke the Watergate scandal resulting in the resignation of President Richard Nixon and prosecution of seven members of his administration.

Watergate: The Hidden History

Watergate: The Hidden History

June 17, 1972 – Watergate scandal: five White House operatives are arrested for burgling the offices of the Democratic National Committee, in an attempt by some members of the Republican party to illegally wiretap the opposition

June 17, 1972 – Watergate scandal: five White House operatives are arrested for burgling the offices of the Democratic National Committee, in an attempt by some members of the Republican party to illegally wiretap the opposition

vintage everyday: 28 Newspaper Headlines From the Past That Document History’s Most Important Moments

vintage everyday: 28 Newspaper Headlines From the Past That Document History’s Most Important Moments

The Push to Impeach November 5, 1973

The Push to Impeach November 5, 1973