Journalist Judith Miller details the way that she covered the lead-up to the Iraq War.
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Judith Miller recounts her journalistic experience with Iraq and weapons of mass destruction.
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A Florida man pulls off a not-so-secret operation to fly onto the Capitol lawn in a gyrocopter.
The Secret Service hits a White House barricade while driving drunk, causing the media to go wild.
Jessica Williams finds herself a victim of selective law enforcement in Ferguson.
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A government employee drunkenly crashes a drone into the White House.
President Obama gets giddy on a phone call, and Tommy Lee Jones stars in an unusual foreign ad.
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White House Press Secretary Josh Earnest distances himself from the hiring decisions of his boss.
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Jordan Klepper encounters some obstacles while testing the White House's increased security.
The Secret Service comes under scrutiny for its handling of an intruder at the White House.
After a glitch in Apple's live-stream conference, a Denny's tweet hijacked the Internet.
As British troops advance on the White House, Dolley Madison saves as much stuff as she can.
Hillary Clinton describes the shape of her ideal office.
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