For decades, researchers have wanted to know what President Richard M. Nixon told a grand jury investigating the Watergate affair in 1975, a year after he resigned from office. As of today, they’ll be able to find out, as the National Archives and Records Administration begins to release records from its Watergate Special Prosecution Force collection. The first batch to be released includes transcripts of Nixon’s testimony before the grand jury, on June 23-24, 1975. Last year, a group of historians led by the Watergate expert Stanley Kutler successfully petitioned a federal court to have the records made public. The newly public Nixon material will be available here.