January 1997

  • 20: An Inaugural Sampler
  • 20: Clinton Calls For National Unity
  • 20: Americans Outline An Agenda For President Clinton
  • 20: Christopher Breaks Wrist In Fall At Home
  • 20: Notebook: Around Washington On Inauguration Day
  • 20: RNC Chair Extends 'Hand of Cooperation'
  • 20: Presidential Inauguration Day Dawns
  • 20: A Kid's Eye View Of Inaugural Day
  • 18: Pre-Inaugural Party Draws Thousands
  • 18: Clinton Crosses 'Bridge' To Start Second Term
  • 17: Gingrich Faces Reprimand, $300,000 Penalty
  • 17: Ethics Lawyers Agree On Penalty For Gingrich
  • 17: Taped Phone Call Results In Another Gingrich Violation
  • 17: Colorado Developer Wins RNC Chair
  • 17: Gingrich's RNC Address Calls For Freedom, Morality
  • 17: Clinton Honors Dole With Medal Of Freedom
  • 17: News Briefs: Safire Predicts Hillary Will Be Indicted
  • 16: Final Report Due Today On Gingrich Ethics Case
  • 16: Wisconsin School Vouchers Ruled Unconstitutional
  • 16: Barbour Lobbies For 'Big Tent' Philosophy
  • 16: World Affairs Lead Clinton's Second-Term Priorities
  • 16: Revelations, Lawsuit Fuel Dem Fund-Raising Flap
  • 16: New Poll Finds Clinton Approval Rating At All-Time High
  • 16: Russian Gen. Lebed To Attend Inauguration
  • 16: News Briefs: Postal Chief In Hot Water Over Cold Coke
  • 15: Clinton Praises Hebron Agreement
  • 15: Secretary Of State Christopher Says Farewell
  • 15: Hillary Clinton Provides Peek At Second-Term Plans
  • 15: Clinton To Give Dole Medal Of Freedom
  • 15: Mexico To Repay Loans Early, Clinton Says
  • 15: Partisan Battle Continues Over Gingrich Matter
  • 15: News Briefs: Gore Knew Temple Event Was 'Finance-related'
  • 14: House Ethics Committee Democrat To Step Aside
  • 14: Clinton Recommends New DNC Leaders
  • 14: Proposed Clinton Budget Takes Aim At Health Programs
  • 14: Perry Departs With Presidential Medal, Praise
  • 14: News Briefs: High Court Takes Up Candidate Drug Tests
  • 13: Pros And Cons Of Delaying the Jones Case
  • 13: Gingrich Tape Turned Over To Criminal Investigators
  • 13: Silence From The White House On Jones Case
  • 13: Jones' Lawyer Suggests A Possible Settlement
  • 13: Will The Paula Jones Case Be Postponed?
  • 13: Did McDermott Pass Along The Gingrich Recording?
  • 13: News Briefs: Clinton Awards Medals Of Honor
  • 12: Jones Harassment Case Goes Before Supreme Court
  • 11: Clinton Huddles With Incoming Cabinet
  • 11: Clinton's Approval Rating A Solid 58 Percent
  • 10: Tape Shows Gingrich May Have Broken Agreement
  • 10: Most People Feel Paula Jones' Case Should Not Be Postponed
  • 10: Analysis: Gingrich's Two Styles Of Leadership
  • 10: Morris Portrays A Temperamental Clinton
  • 10: White House Sees Net As Den Of Conspiracy
  • 10: Inaugural Notebook: Big Name Entertainment On Tap
  • 10: News Briefs:White House May Hire Welfare Recipients
  • 9: Gingrich Ethics Hearings Delayed
  • 9: Public Hearings Set In Gingrich Ethics Case
  • 9: Religious Leader Felt Sorry For Clinton
  • 9: Presidential Election Comes To A Quiet End
  • 9: News Briefs: A White House Post For Ann Lewis, More...
  • 9: Clinton Touts Drop In Education Loan Defaults
  • 8: Paula Jones' Day In Court Draws Nearer
  • 8: Albright's Confirmation Hearings Begin
  • 8: Race To Succeed Barbour Heats Up
  • 8: Race To Replace Richardson Takes Shape
  • 8: Clinton's Victory Becomes Official Thursday
  • 8: News Briefs: Say Goodbye To Miami?, More...
  • 7: Gingrich Wins A Squeaker As House Speaker
  • 7: Reaction To Speaker Gingrich's Re-election
  • 7: News Briefs: A New White House Counsel, More...
  • 7: Gingrich Vote Today; Five Republicans Defect
  • 6: Gingrich Rallies Troops As Poll Delivers Bad News
  • 6: Gingrich Says He Expects To Be Re-Elected
  • 6: Panel: Social Security Should Use The Stock Market
  • 6: Lawmakers Return For The 105th Congress
  • 6: News Briefs: Morris' Wife Calls It Quits...
  • 5: Republicans Mixed On Gingrich Re-election Bid
  • 4: Gingrich Supporters Rally As Speaker Vote Looms
  • 4: Vacationing Clinton Looks Ahead To Second Term
  • 3: Gingrich Case Faces More Uncertainty
  • 3: New York's Giuliani Makes Crime His Issue
  • 3: Clinton To Extend Limit On Cuba Lawsuits
  • 3: Ethics Committee Drops Case Of Former Rep. Collins
  • 3: News Briefs: Wanted: One 'Ruthless' Taxman, More...
  • 3: Barbour Rips Democrats, Defends Gingrich
  • 3: Matters Resolved And Unresolved
  • 2: Committee Denies Punishment Ready For Gingrich
  • 2: Who's the Boss: The White House Or Congress?
  • 2: Clinton Becomes First President With Line-Item Veto
  • 2: The New Devolution: Power To The States
  • 2: Politicizing The Gingrich Ethics Case?
  • 2: News Briefs: Clinton Calls Arafat...
  • 1: Top Ten Political Bloopers Of The Year
  • 1: Two GOP Ethics Panelists Give Gingrich Thumbs Up