D.C’s Five Best Watergate Secrets

From a story on axios.com headlined “D.C.’s five best Watergate secrets”:

On June 17, 1972, a break-in at the Democratic National Committee headquarters in the Watergate complex led to the scandal that would topple a president, turn two young Washington Post reporters into celebrities, demonstrate the power of investigative journalism, and send shockwaves through both federal Washington and hometown D.C.

Five decades later, though, we’ve forgotten some of the incredible local facets of the scandal. Garrett Graff, journalist and author of Watergate: A New History, unearthed a few for us.

Here are five to impress your friends over drinks.