All 1972.Two men, Woodward and the author

All the President's Men, by Carl Bernstein, is the actual story of how Bernstein and his colleague Bob Woodward broke the dramatic story that brought the downfall of President Richard Nixon.The Watergate scandal is one of the most devastating political detective stories of the century.
The story begins with a burglary at the Democratic National Committee headquarters on June 17, 1972.Two men, Woodward and the author Bernstein, are assigned to cover the story.Both of the men work for the Washington Post, Woodward in the Washington DC staff and Bernstein a political reporter in Virginia.After a few days of reporting, the men realize that this is no ordinary burglary.The two young reporters pick up on a trail of money, secrecy and high-level pressure that lead to the Oval Office and implicate the men closest to the president and eventually President Nixon himself.Over the months, Woodward meets secretly with "Deep Throat," the anonymous source who leads the reporters to expose the truth.The journalists are able to put the scandalous pieces of the puzzle together and produce the series of stories that earn the Washington Post a Pulitzer Prize.
Watergate is the biggest political scandal in The United States history. It included various activities to help President Richard Nixon win re- election in 1972. Watergate also resulted in Nixon's resignation from presidency in 1974. June 17, 1972 a security guard notified the police that a door lock was taped at the Washington's Watergate. Three officers responded to the call and found five burglars in suits with rubber gloves on, hundred dollar bills in sequence in their pockets and with electronically devices, in Larry O'Briens office. Three specific areas in which acceptable limits should be looked at are the 25,000-dollar check to Kenneth H. Dahlberg, the attempts to get Donald Segretti to go "on the record" and the naming of Haldeman …