February 1997

  • 28: Democratic Memo Lays Out A Fund-Raising Strategy
  • 28: Democrats Will Return Another $1.5 Million
  • 28: News Briefs: Turning 17, Chelsea Gets A Night On The Town...
  • 27: Americans Are Split On Clinton's Fund-Raising Tactics
  • 27: Reno: Independent Counsel Not Needed Yet
  • 27: Is Clinton's Honeymoon Ending?
  • 27: News Briefs: Clinton Hails Budget Amendment's Probable Death...
  • 26: An Inside Look at Campaign Fund-Raising
  • 26: Lincoln Bedroom Guests Gave $5.4 Million
  • 26: Expanding NAFTA Needs Congressional Approval
  • 26: Sen. Torricelli To Vote Against Budget Proposal
  • 26: 'Blue Dog' Democrats Want To Fix The CPI
  • 26: News Briefs: Abortion Rights Supporter Says He Lied...
  • 25: Clinton Ok'd Using Lincoln Bedroom For Contributors
  • 25: Lincoln Bedroom Guests Gave DNC At Least $5.2 Million
  • 25: Clinton Unveils New Drug Strategy
  • 25: Sen. Landrieu Says Yes To Budget Amendment
  • 25: Herman To Get Hearing After Queries Answered
  • 25: Illegal Legal Immigrants?
  • 25: News Briefs: U.S. To Dodge Many NATO Expansion Costs...
  • 24: Clinton's Re-election Road Paved With Money
  • 24: Clinton Raises Funds Even As Controversy Whirls
  • 24: Former U.S. Official Denies Fund-Raising Allegations
  • 24: Connections Are Key In Asian Business Culture
  • 24: Senate Moves Toward A Budget Amendment Vote
  • 24: News Briefs: Supreme Court Blocks Term Limit Measure...
  • 23: Report: Starr Rules Out Foul Play In Foster Death
  • 22: Starr's Flip-Flop Muddies Whitewater
  • 22: Report: Democrats May Have Received Illegal Venezuelan Funds
  • 21: Starr Will Delay His Departure For Academia
  • 21: Huang Seeking Limited Immunity
  • 21: Democrats To Return Another $1 Million
  • 21: HUD Abandons A Tainted Loan Program
  • 21: Gephardt's Labor 'Marker' Wins Play Of The Week
  • 21: For 2000, Powell's No. 1 With GOP Voters
  • 21: Lott: Big Gifts 'The American Way'
  • 21: News Briefs: No Early Herman Hearing, Sen. Jeffords Says...
  • 20: Republicans' Big Donors Gather In Florida
  • 20: Ohio's Sen. Glenn Won't Run Again In 1998
  • 20: Clinton Warns Against 'Gagging' Medicaid Doctors
  • 20: Deng Praised For Opening China To The World
  • 20: Democratic Party Paid White House 'Volunteers'
  • 20: Another Accusation Leveled At Huang
  • 20: News Briefs: Time For Indpendent Prosecutor...
  • 19: Clinton Calls China's Deng 'An Extraordinary Figure'
  • 19: Clinton Unveils Flurry Of Plans To Fight Youth Crime
  • 19: Starr: "Dangerous" To Conclude Probe Fading
  • 19: Clinton Raises Money, Calls For Campaign Reform
  • 19: Court Clarifies Abortion Protest Ground Rules
  • 19: News Briefs: Klein Sued Over 'Primary Colors'...
  • 18: Clinton Ignores Questions On Starr's New Job
  • 18: Gore, Gephardt Go A'Courting Labor
  • 18: Starr: My Departure Won't Affect Probe
  • 18: Washington's New Breed Of Junket
  • 18: Education Secretary Calls For Reform
  • 18: Albright Proposes Joint NATO-Russian Charter
  • 18: Did Huang Violate The Hatch Act?
  • 18: News Briefs: Times: D'Amato Diverted Senate Money...
  • 17: Starr To Lead Pepperdine School of Law
  • 17: A New Soft Money Record
  • 17: Mfume Wins Converts At NAACP Meeting
  • 17: Alexander Lays Out Education Reform Agenda
  • 17: News Briefs: D.C.'s Second-Class Status, More...
  • 16: More Subpoenas In Fund-raising Probe
  • 15: Labor Nominee's Investments Under Scrutiny
  • 14: NSC Documents Show Concern About Dem Contributors
  • 14: Cupid's To Blame For Washington Love Fest
  • 14: Helms Will Vote "No" To Lake
  • 14: Clinton Urges Cooperation In American Airline Talks
  • 14: Gore Heads To South Africa
  • 14: CBO: Clinton Budget Would Produce $50 Billion Deficit
  • 14: New Federal Incentives To Spur Adoptions
  • 14: Yellen, Alvarez Confirmed In Unanimous Senate Vote
  • 13: Clinton, Netanyahu See 'Renewed Sense of Promise'
  • 13: First Wave of Senate Subpoenas Hits Streets
  • 13: Clinton Pays Tribute To Harriman's 'Singular' Life
  • 13: House Task Force Will Review Ethics Process
  • 13: House OK's Unrestricted Family Planning Funds Abroad
  • 13: Reporter's Notebook: The Harriman Funeral
  • 13: Clinton, Netanyahu Huddle Up To Talk Peace
  • 13: Clinton Wants Probe Of Possible Chinese Involvement
  • 13: News Briefs: Is Chelsea Clinton Harvard-Bound?...
  • 12: Term Limits Die In The House
  • 12: Facing Stonewall, Burton To Issue Subpoenas
  • 12: Air Safety Panel Calls For Traffic Control Changes
  • 12: As Webb Hubbell Walks, David Hale Talks
  • 12: U.S. To Allow News Agencies In Cuba
  • 12: Tips For Guests To The Lincoln Bedroom
  • 12: News Briefs: Peña Confirmation Hearing Delayed...
  • 12: Buchanan To Rejoin CNN'S 'Crossfire'
  • 11: Al Gore: Front and Center
  • 11: Richardson Wins Senate Confirmation Easily
  • 11: Clinton Talks With Congressional Leaders
  • 11: Shelby Again Postpones Lake's Nomination Hearings
  • 11: More Troubles Besides Lake For White House
  • 11: Albright To Seek More Funding For State Dept.
  • 11: White House Weighs Gambling Commission Picks
  • 11: News Briefs: More Subpoenas In The Works...
  • 10: McDougal Changing Tune On Clinton-Hale Meeting (2/10)
  • 10: Senate Working On Balanced Budget Challenges (2/10)
  • 10: Follow The Coffee For $27 Million (2/10)
  • 10: Clinton Takes Education Show On The Road (2/10)
  • 10: McCaffrey: No Compromise On Medicinal Marijuana (2/10)
  • 10: Kemp Continues To Lay Groundwork For 2000 (2/10)
  • 10: News Briefs: Ex-U.S. Envoy Under Scrutiny... (2/10)
  • 9: Key Whitewater Witness Reportedly Changing Testimony
  • 9: Republicans Sharpen Knives for Clinton's Budget
  • 8: Clinton Likes Internet, And Public Likes Clinton
  • 8: Poll: President's Approval Rating Stays At High Levels
  • 7: Lott 'Depressed' Over Clinton Budget's Shortcomings
  • 7: Justice Clears Lake on Iran, Fines Him On Stocks
  • 7: Russia, U.S. Agree On A March 20-21 Summit
  • 7: Susan McDougal Says Her Ex-Husband Plans To Lie
  • 7: Poll: Public Confidence High In Clinton On Most Issues
  • 7: Poll: New Yorkers Strongly Support Pataki
  • 7: News Briefs: Tapes Show Broader Role For Nixon...
  • 6: Clinton Proposes A $1.69 Trillion Budget
  • 6: Helms Supports U.S. News Bureaus In Cuba
  • 6: News Briefs: Slater Confirmed, More...
  • 6: Republican Leaders Question Clinton's Budget
  • 6: Clinton's Pentagon Budget Likely To Draw GOP Fire
  • 6: Clinton's Budget At A Glance
  • 6: Whitewater Memo, Due Soon, Lays Out Case
  • 5: White House: Clinton Made Mistake Over Coffee
  • 5: Welcome Aboard, Mr. President
  • 5: House Democrats Offer Alternative To McCain-Feingold
  • 5: GOP Wants More Budget Details From Clinton
  • 5: Ambassador Harriman Dies At 76
  • 5: News Briefs: Morris' Wife Gives Him Another Chance...
  • 4: It's The Schools, Stupid
  • 4: Watts Offers GOP Vision For Future
  • 4: A Reporter's Notebook
  • 4: Clinton Will Declare Education His Top Priority
  • 4: A Wary Collegiality In Congress
  • 4: White House: Albright's Roots No Bar To Mideast Role
  • 4: Subpoena Suggests Investigation Of Clinton Campaign
  • 4: Watts: The GOP's American Dream Come True
  • 4: News Briefs: Gingrich Campaign Funds Dwindle...
  • 3: Clinton Rides High On Issues Public Cares About Most
  • 3: Ickes' Role In Donations Questioned
  • 3: Clinton Previews State Of The Union Address
  • 3: Justice Department, Grand Jury Want DNC Records
  • 3: News Briefs: O'Donnell Works Her Charm On First Lady...
  • 2: Clinton's Budget To Feature Billions In Middle-Class Breaks
  • 1: Party Leaders Bicker Over Campaign Finance
  • 1: Governors Debate Reforming Welfare Reform
  • 1: White House: Stock Manipulator 'Not Appropriate' Guest