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Journalists Bob Woodward (left) and Carl Bernstein at the Watergate complex in Washington, D.C. Their reporting about the scandal later known as "Watergate" won a Pulitzer Prize. Kainaz Amaria/NPR hide caption

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Woodward And Bernstein Recall Their Watergate Scoops, And Mistakes

The now-legendary reporters revisit the famous D.C. complex as they remember writing All The President's Men, their detective story-style account of uncovering Richard Nixon's scandalous conspiracy.

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Here's One Big Way Your Mobile Phone Could Be Open To Hackers

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40 Years On, Woodward And Bernstein Recall Reporting On Watergate

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Advanced animation and audio software help bring Hiccup (Jay Baruchel) and his pet dragon, Toothless, to life in How to Train Your Dragon 2. DreamWorks Animation hide caption

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'How To Train Your Dragon 2' Is More Growly And Snarly (And Wise) Than Ever

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In June 1964, James Brock dumped acid into the water at the Monson Motor Lodge in St. Augustine, Fla. He was trying to disrupt swimmers who were protesting the hotel's whites-only policy. Bettmann/Corbis hide caption

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Remembering A Civil Rights Swim-In: 'It Was A Milestone'

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