If you read The New York Times, chances are you've seen their slogan: "All the News That's Fit to Print." Seems pretty innocuous, right? Not to everyone. In 1960, a U.S. congressman begged to differ. Here's what came of it.
The East Room of the White House has been the location of many important events, but nothing will ever be as big as this one.
During WWII, the CIA published The Simple Sabotage Field Manual, which provided a number of ways to quietly disrupt the system.