News of the day for May 24, 1976 - The Wayne Hays - Elizabeth Ray scandal breaks on Capitol Hill. The SST begins flights to U.S. - Relations between Sweden and the U.S. get back to normal. Fighting continues in Beirut and U.S. Steel threatens to pull up stakes and move from Pittsburgh to Texas.
A look at what Capitol Hill was up to this day in 1975, via The Washington Week In Review from CBS Radio on March 1, 1975 - Gerald Ford and the budget, Gerald Ford and Congress, The Congress and The energy Crisis and Nelson Rockefeller not giving a good God-Damn about 1980. Fun week.
Newstalgia Reference Room with House Leader Thomas P. "Tip" O'Neill discussing Vietnam, Watergate, Gerald Ford, Congress and the Press, civility and 1976 during an interview on Washington Straight Talk from April 28, 1975.
The 1974 mid-term elections. Voter surprise and Watergate. House Majority to Democrats and in California Jerry Brown wins a hotly contested Governors race.
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