Richard Nixon's Diet Was Extremely 70s, Even Less Appealing than Trump's
Richard Nixon would have been 106 today, and probably still eating cottage cheese with ketchup.
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Don't Kid Yourself, Republicans Are Never Going to Turn on Trump
Removing the president from office will require GOP senators to break with him. That doesn't seem likely, no matter what Robert Mueller uncovers.
A Giant Sun Storm During the Vietnam War Likely Exploded Dozens of Mines
“The extreme space weather events of early August 1972 had significant impact on the US Navy, which have not been widely reported.”
#TBT: How This Nixon Ratfucker Conquered Pain
The man who masterminded the Watergate burglary spent his childhood overcoming fear. And he ate a rat one time.
Is the Rock Star Dead?
We speak with rock critic David Hepworth, author of 'Uncommon People: The Rise and Fall of The Rock Stars,' about the rise and fall of music's chaotic anti-heroes.
When Famous Men Are Caught Saying Gross Things on Tape
It's not surprising that famous men are often heinous, but it's a little strange that they keep putting themselves in situations where they prove it on record.
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Why You Should Care That Trump Hasn't Released His Tax Returns
The real question isn't so much what he's hiding—it's why he feels entitled to conceal something that every presidential candidate since the 1970s has been expected to reveal.
Kevin Spacey as Richard Nixon Meets Michael Shannon as Elvis
Their upcoming film 'Elvis and Nixon' looks ridiculous and amazing.
How Governments Have Used the War on Drugs to Oppress Their Enemies
Last week, it was revealed Richard Nixon launched his war on drugs to target people he didn't like—but he's not the only one to use narcotics as a hammer to beat his enemies.
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A Former Nixon Aide Admitted the 'War on Drugs' Was Designed to Screw Over Blacks and Hippies
"Did we know we were lying about the drugs? Of course we did."
Throwback Thursday: Spiro Agnew Shanks Golf Balls, the Vice Presidency
In 1971, Vice President Spiro Agnew hit three spectators with errant golf shots during a tournament. It was a symbolic moment for his influential and doomed political career, but not in the way you might think.
A Very Brief Guide to Interesting Moments in State of the Union History
Sometimes the Weirdness Gods smile on Capitol Hill.