Clip Job: an excerpt every day from the Voice archives. January 18, 1973, Vol. XVIII, No. 3 The commies at Watergate? by Judith Miller WASHINGTON, D.C. -- The major problem with the Watergate trial is that the prosecution has not gotten to the bottom of the sordid affair, because it has ref ... More >>
Four-star general Alexander Haig, 85, the Reagan administration Secretary of State who claimed to be "in control" of the White House after Reagan was shot in 1981, died today in Johns Hopkins Hospital in Maryland. According to the AP, Haig succumbed to complications from an infection.