Watergate timeline: From the crime to the consequences

              FILE - Special Watergate prosecutor Leon Jaworski speaks with reporters outside U.S. District Court in Washington, May 16, 1974. (AP Photo, File)
              FILE - Former FBI officials, Mark Felt, left, and Edward S. Miller, appear at a news conference, on April 15, 1981, in Washington, after learning that President Ronald Reagan had pardoned them from their conviction of unauthorized break-ins during the Nixon administration's search for opponents during the Vietnam War. (AP Photo/Bob Daugherty, File)
              FILE - Richard Helms, former director of the U.S. Central Intelligence Agency testifies before the Senate Watergate Committee in Washington, on Aug. 2, 1973. (AP Photo)
              FILE - John D. Ehrlichman, a key figure in the Watergate scandal, is surrounded by reporters outside the U.S. District Court in Washington, Feb. 22, 1975. Ehrlichman was convicted of conspiracy and perjury and served 18 months in prison. (AP Photo, File)
              FILE - In this April 29, 1974, photo, President Richard Nixon points to the transcripts of the White House tapes after he announced during a nationally-televised speech that he would turn over the transcripts to House impeachment investigators, in Washington. (AP Photo/File)
              FILE - President Richard Nixon tells a group of Republican campaign contributors, he will get to the bottom of the Watergate scandal during a speech on May 9, 1973 in Washington. (AP Photo/John Duricka, File)
              FILE - In this Aug. 3, 1973, file photo, the Senate Watergate Committee hearings continue on Capitol Hill in Washington, with from left, Sen. Lowell Weicker, Jr; Sen. Edward Gurney, Fred Thompson, Sen. Howard H. Baker; Rufus Edmisten, Sen. Sam Ervin; Sam Dash, and Sen. Joseph Montoya. Testifying is Lt. Gen. Vernon Walters. (AP Photo/File)
Watergate timeline: From the crime to the consequences