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President Richard Nixon with Vice President Gerald Ford. Nixon resigned on Aug. 9, 1974, rather than face the prospect of impeachment over Watergate. Historical/Corbis via Getty Images hide caption

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Long Sealed, Newly Released Watergate 'Road Map' Could Guide Russia Probe

The Justice Department determined it could not indict a sitting president. Instead it had to find a way to present its findings to Congress. The old document has taken on new relevance.

Amanda Cahill, a supporter of Montana's tobacco tax measure, I-185, at a press conference near the state capitol last August. Tobacco firms have spent $17 million in opposition to the initiative, compared to an $8 million campaign by those in favor of it. Corin Cates-Carney/Montana Public Radio hide caption

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Big Tobacco Spends Big To Block A Tax And Medicaid Expansion In Montana

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'Jim Crow's Last Stand' In Louisiana May Fall To Ballot Measure

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One of the BillerudKorsnäs packaging redesign projects replaced the plastic casing around camping gear with cardboard. Cassandra Profita/OPB hide caption

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Beyond Plastic Bans: Creating Products To Replace It

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Mona Haydar's Barbarican EP is out now, via The Most. Feda Eid/Courtesy of the artist hide caption

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Mona Haydar Breaks The Mold For Muslim Rap: 'You Just Have To Do You'

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President Richard Nixon with Vice President Gerald Ford. Nixon resigned on Aug. 9, 1974, rather than face the prospect of impeachment over Watergate. Historical/Corbis via Getty Images hide caption

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Long Sealed, Newly Released Watergate 'Road Map' Could Guide Russia Probe

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After nine years in deep space collecting data that indicates our sky is filled with billions of hidden planets, NASA's Kepler Space Telescope has run out of fuel. On Oct. 30, 2018, NASA announced the retirement of the spacecraft. NASA/JPL-CALTECH/T. Pyle/Getty Images hide caption

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After 9 Years In Orbit, Kepler Telescope Leaves A Legacy Of Discovery

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The life and death of Sunday Times war correspondent Marie Colvin, pictured here in 2010, is the subject of a new book by Lindsey Hilsum, a fellow journalist. Arthur Edwards - WPA Pool/Getty Images hide caption

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A New Biography Of Marie Colvin, Eyewitness To War

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Charlene deGuzman plays the lead character Joy in Unlovable, which is loosely based on her own experience with sex and love addiction. Courtesy of Orion Classics hide caption

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Behind The Real Sex And Love Addiction In The Musical Film 'Unlovable'

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