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The White House tapes that figured in the Watergate scandal involving Richard Nixon and members of his administration are slated to become available to the public starting May 26 in a listening center of the main archives building in Washington, National Archives officials said. However, the release of the tapes -- expected to draw challenges from some of the 15 officials whose voices were recorded -- could bring a legal battle causing lengthy delays.

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