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              FILE - This June 11, 2012 file photo shows former Washington Post reporter Bob Woodward speaking during an event to commemorate the 40th anniversary of Watergate in Washington. The next

    FILE - This June 11, 2012 file photo shows former Washington Post reporter Bob Woodward speaking during an event to commemorate the 40th anniversary of Watergate in Washington. The next

    Posted: 8/14/2012 9:48:25 AM EST
    FILE - This June 11, 2012 file photo shows former Washington Post reporter Bob Woodward speaking during an event to commemorate the 40th anniversary of Watergate in Washington. The next book by the award-winning investigative reporter and best-selling author will document how President Barack Obama and congressional leaders responded to the economic crisis and where we stand now. Publisher Simon & Schuster announced Tuesday, Aug. 14, the book will be called "The Price of Politics" and will come out Sept. 11. (AP Photo/Alex Brandon, file)
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    Posted: 6/16/2012 9:30:46 PM EST
    In this photo taken May 30, 2012, Penzance Senior Vice President of Leasing Matthew Pacinelli shows a rendering of the planned renovations for the front of the Watergate Office Building in Washington. Forty years ago police in Washington arrested five men breaking in to the Democratic National Committee offices in Washington. The name of the complex they were breaking into became infamous: the Watergate. These days, though, unless you know where to look, there?s little marking the location of the 1972 crime that ultimately led to the resignation of President Richard Nixon. The office building that was the site of the break in is still in use, though the tenants have changed. The adjacent hotel where the burglars stayed is currently closed. And another hotel across the street where a lookout waited with a walkie-talkie, monitoring the burglars? progress, has been turned into a college dorm. (AP Photo/Susan Walsh)
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    Posted: 6/16/2012 9:30:46 PM EST
    This photo taken May 30, 2012 shows a view of the Watergate complex from the top floor of the Watergate Office Building in Washington Forty years ago police in Washington arrested five men breaking in to the Democratic National Committee offices in Washington. The name of the complex they were breaking into became infamous: the Watergate. These days, though, unless you know where to look, there?s little marking the location of the 1972 crime that ultimately led to the resignation of President Richard Nixon. The office building that was the site of the break in is still in use, though the tenants have changed. The adjacent hotel where the burglars stayed is currently closed. And another hotel across the street where a lookout waited with a walkie-talkie, monitoring the burglars? progress, has been turned into a college dorm. (AP Photo/Susan Walsh)
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    Posted: 6/16/2012 5:40:49 PM EST
    In this photo taken May 30, 2012, Penzance senior adviser Peter Greenwald looks out of a window from an office on the sixth floor of the Watergate Office Building in Washington. This particular office space is believed to be the former headquarters of the Democratic National Committee offices that were burglarized 40 years ago. The building out of the window is the former Howard Johnson's Hotel. Forty years ago police in Washington arrested five men breaking in to the Democratic National Committee offices in Washington. The name of the complex they were breaking into became infamous: the Watergate. These days, though, unless you know where to look, thereís little marking the location of the 1972 crime that ultimately led to the resignation of President Richard Nixon. The office building that was the site of the break in is still in use, though the tenants have changed. The adjacent hotel where the burglars stayed is currently closed. And another hotel across the street where a lookout waited with a walkie-talkie, monitoring the burglarsí progress, has been turned into a college dorm. (AP Photo/Susan Walsh)
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    Posted: 6/16/2012 5:40:49 PM EST
    This photo taken May 30, 2012 shows the front of the Watergate Office Building in Washington. A unit on the sixth floor of this building up for renovation is believed to be the former headquarters of the Democratic National Committee offices that were burglarized 40 years ago. The building out of the window is the former Howard Johnsons Hotel. Forty years ago police in Washington arrested five men breaking in to the Democratic National Committee offices in Washington. The name of the complex they were breaking into became infamous: the Watergate. These days, though, unless you know where to look, thereís little marking the location of the 1972 crime that ultimately led to the resignation of President Richard Nixon. The office building that was the site of the break in is still in use, though the tenants have changed. The adjacent hotel where the burglars stayed is currently closed. And another hotel across the street where a lookout waited with a walkie-talkie, monitoring the burglarsí progress, has been turned into a college dorm. (AP Photo/Susan Walsh)
  •  - Gasoline prices are pictured at an Exxon station next to the Watergate complex in Washington

    Gasoline prices are pictured at an Exxon station next to the Watergate complex in Washington

    Posted: 4/26/2012 12:18:07 PM EST
    Gasoline prices are pictured at an Exxon station next to the Watergate complex in Washington in this March 2, 2012, file photo. Exxon's oil and natural gas production slumped 5 percent in the first quarter, leading to a lower net profit and pushing its shares down 1.7 percent -- an especially big move for a $400 billion company that just increased its dividend the previous day by a better-than-expected 21 percent, April 26, 2012. REUTERS/Gary Cameron/Files (UNITED STATES - Tags: ENERGY POLITICS)
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    Posted: 4/22/2012 5:45:46 AM EST
    FILE - In this March 1, 1974 photo, former White House attorney Charles Colson talks to reporters after he was charged in the Watergate cover-up in Washington. Colson, the tough-as-nails special counsel to President Richard Nixon who went to prison for his role in a Watergate-related case and became a Christian evangelical helping inmates, has died. He was 80. Jim Liske, chief executive of the Lansdowne-based Prison Fellowship Ministries that Colson founded, said Colson died Saturday, April 21, 2012. (AP Photo/Charles Bennett)
  •  - FORMER NIXON AIDE CHUCK COLSON SPEAKS AT WHITE HOUSE.

    FORMER NIXON AIDE CHUCK COLSON SPEAKS AT WHITE HOUSE.

    Posted: 4/21/2012 7:30:14 PM EST
    Former Nixon Administration senior staff member and Watergate figure Chuck Colson talks to the press following a roundtable discussion with U.S. President George W. Bush on Prison Fellowship Ministries outside of the White House, June 18, 2003. REUTERS/Larry Downing
  •  - FORMER NIXON AIDE CHUCK COLSON SPEAKS AT WHITE HOUSE.

    FORMER NIXON AIDE CHUCK COLSON SPEAKS AT WHITE HOUSE.

    Posted: 4/21/2012 7:28:48 PM EST
    Former Nixon Administration senior staff member and Watergate figure Chuck Colson talks to the press following a roundtable discussion with U.S. President George W. Bush on Prison Fellowship Ministries outside of the White House, June 18, 2003. REUTERS/Larry Downing
  •  - File photo of former Nixon Administration senior staff member and Watergate figure Chuck Colson outside of the White House

    File photo of former Nixon Administration senior staff member and Watergate figure Chuck Colson outside of the White House

    Posted: 4/21/2012 5:56:57 PM EST
    Former Nixon administration senior staff member and Watergate figure Chuck Colson looks on following a roundtable discussion with US President George W. Bush, outside of the White House, in Washington in this June 18, 2003, file photo. Colson died on Saturday at age 80, the ministry said. REUTERS/Larry Downing/Files (UNITED STATES - Tags: OBITUARY POLITICS)
  •  - File photo of former Nixon Administration senior staff member and Watergate figure Chuck Colson walks outside of the White House in Washington

    File photo of former Nixon Administration senior staff member and Watergate figure Chuck Colson walks outside of the White House in Washington

    Posted: 4/21/2012 5:56:43 PM EST
    Former Nixon Administration senior staff member and Watergate figure Chuck Colson walks outside of the White House following a roundtable discussion with U.S. President George W. Bush, in Washington in this June 18, 2003, file photo. Colson died on Saturday at age 80, the ministry said. REUTERS/Larry Downing/Files (UNITED STATES - Tags: POLITICS OBITUARY)
  •  - File photo of former Nixon Administration senior staff member and Watergate figure Chuck Colson walks outside of the White House in Washington

    File photo of former Nixon Administration senior staff member and Watergate figure Chuck Colson walks outside of the White House in Washington

    Posted: 4/21/2012 5:34:50 PM EST
    Former Nixon Administration senior staff member and Watergate figure Chuck Colson walks outside of the White House following a roundtable discussion with U.S. President George W. Bush, in Washington in this June 18, 2003, file photo. Colson died on Saturday at age 80, the ministry said. REUTERS/Larry Downing/Files (UNITED STATES - Tags: POLITICS OBITUARY)
  •  - File photo of former Nixon Administration senior staff member and Watergate figure Chuck Colson outside of the White House

    File photo of former Nixon Administration senior staff member and Watergate figure Chuck Colson outside of the White House

    Posted: 4/21/2012 5:34:47 PM EST
    Former Nixon administration senior staff member and Watergate figure Chuck Colson looks on following a roundtable discussion with US President George W. Bush, outside of the White House, in Washington in this June 18, 2003, file photo. Colson died on Saturday at age 80, the ministry said. REUTERS/Larry Downing/Files (UNITED STATES - Tags: OBITUARY POLITICS)
  •  - FORMER NIXON AIDE CHUCK COLSON SPEAKS AT WHITE HOUSE.

    FORMER NIXON AIDE CHUCK COLSON SPEAKS AT WHITE HOUSE.

    Posted: 4/21/2012 5:29:40 PM EST
    Former Nixon Administration senior staff member and Watergate figure Chuck Colson talks to the press following a roundtable discussion with U.S. President George W. Bush on Prison Fellowship Ministries outside of the White House, June 18, 2003. REUTERS/Larry Downing
  •  - FORMER NIXON AIDE CHUCK COLSON SPEAKS AT WHITE HOUSE.

    FORMER NIXON AIDE CHUCK COLSON SPEAKS AT WHITE HOUSE.

    Posted: 4/18/2012 6:10:01 PM EST
    Former Nixon Administration senior staff member and Watergate figure Chuck Colson talks to the press following a roundtable discussion with U.S. President George W. Bush on Prison Fellowship Ministries outside of the White House, June 18, 2003. REUTERS/Larry Downing