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Watergate
On June 17, 1972, several people broke into the Democratic National Committee Headquarters; they were discovered by an on-site guard and were arrested by local police. Subsequent investigations by the FBI, Congress, and the media showed that these intruders were connected to the campaign staff of President Richard Nixon. The White House under Nixon worked to cover-up this connection, and subsequent revelations led to articles of impeachment being drawn up against Nixon and his subsequent resignation in 1974. These files, released many years ago, document the FBI’s investigation into the break-in and related issues between 1972 and 1979.
Weather Underground (Weathermen)
Wendell Marshman
Wernher VonBraun
White Aryan Resistance
The White Aryan Resistance—also known as the White American Resistance (WAR)—is a white supremacist group. This release consists of two sections from an FBI investigation into the group. The dates range from 1987 to 1988.
White Hate Groups
White Supremacist Groups
Whitney Houston
Whitney Elizabeth Houston (1963-2012) was a well-known American recording artist and actress. This release consists of several FBI investigations into threats made against Houston between 1988 and 1999.
Will Rogers
Willard Skousen
Willard Cleon Skousen (1913-2006) was an author and conservative political theorist. He joined the FBI as a clerk in 1935 and became a special agent in 1940. In 1951, he voluntarily resigned from the Bureau. This release consists of Skousen’s FBI personnel file and public source material and correspondence concerning him.
William "Bill" Milton Cooper
William (Billy) Graham
William Atchison
William Brennan Jr. (US Supreme Court Justice)
William Danziger
William J Donovan
William J. Clinton Foundation
This initial release consists of material from the FBI's files related to the William J. Clinton Foundation, a non-profit 501(c)(3) organization. The bulk of these records come from a 2001 FBI investigation into the pardon of Marc Rich (1934-2013), aka Marcell David Reich, by President Clinton in 2001; it was closed in 2005. The material is heavily redacted due to personal privacy protections and grand jury secrecy rules.
William John Janklow
William Murphy
William Orville Douglas
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