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Finding a successor may not be simple.
Nixon thought he could get away with the Saturday Night Massacre until thousands of telegrams helped force him to appoint a new prosecutor and release his damning tapes.
One doesn’t have to agree with the partisan attacks on the Bureau to recognize that it is a worthy institution in need of reform.
We appear to be experiencing a slow-motion "Saturday Night Massacre."
Tempting as the prospect of Attorney General Pruitt might seem to the president, he should resist it for these three reasons.
The scandals swirling around various members of the Administration have exposed a set of problems bigger than any one person or party.
It’s not enough to fret. We're launching a bipartisan project to mend the gaps in our system and make sure our government is competent and trustworthy.
2017 may be remembered as the year that set in motion battles that will be resolved in 2018, which could be the most consequential year since 1968.
The Watergate scandal revealed a trail of crimes and cover-ups that ultimately changed American politics. John Dean and Elizabeth Holtzman discuss the lessons from Watergate that apply today.
News that the Office of Government Ethics moved to allow anonymous donors to cover legal fees for White House employees raises concerns from ethics advocates.