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Photo by: Susan Walsh
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. 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 Nixon. (AP Photo/Susan Walsh)

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