Home
AllPolitics
 

 Home
 News
 Analysis
 Community
 CNN.com

Investigating the President

 Bowles Testifies Before Grand Jury (04-02-98)

 White House Supports News Media's Request (04-01-98)

 Starr Investigation Costs Just Shy of $30 Million (04-01-98)

 Landow Not A Clinton Confidant (03-27-98)

 More Stories...


Transcript

 Ken Starr Discusses His Investigation (04-02-98)

 More Transcripts...


Polls

 Lewinsky Father: Executive Privilege Will Prolong Daughter's Suffering (03-23-98)

 More Polls...


Documents

 Legal Documents Released In The Jones v. Clinton Case

 The Willey-Clinton Letters

 The Julie Steele Affidavit


Video On Demand

 CNN Special: What Do We Know? (03-13-98)

 More...


Voter's Voice

 Starr vb. Clinton (03-24-98)

 More...


Timeline/Players

 A Chronology: Key Moments In The Clinton-Lewinsky Scandal

 Cast of Characters In The Clinton-Lewinsky Scandal


Interact

 Community: Debate the scandal on the AllPolitics messageboard.


Search


  Help
Reload often for latest news

White House Scandal At A Glance: Jan. 28

Latest developments:

  • Monica Lewinsky's lawyer, William Ginsburg, says if independent counsel Kenneth Starr indicts his client "we are prepared to defend her." He says negotiations on immunity for Lewinsky with Starr are "status quo." Ginsburg again confirmed Lewinsky had an affair with former teacher in Oregon. He said Lewinsky was "a bit upset" by the disclosures of Andy Bleiler.
  • Representatives for the Secret Service met with Starr Tuesday to discuss a possible subpoena of agents guarding the president. They are concerned such testimony would strain the relationship with the president, jeopardizing the safety of commander-in-chief.
  • Former White House Chief of Staff Leon Panetta appears before the Whitewater grand jury. He was in charge of the staff when Monica Lewinsky was an intern.
  • First lady Hillary Clinton asks Americans to "take a deep breath," promising the truth will come out but that the president won't be making comment soon because of investigation. She repeated the assertion that a right-wing conspiracy was behind attacks. The first lady also described Tuesday night's State of the Union speech as a "triumph."

View a previous 'At A Glance'

Tuesday, Jan. 27 (01-26-98)
Monday, Jan. 26 (01-26-98)
Sunday, Jan. 25 (01-25-98)
Saturday, Jan. 24 (01-24-98)
Friday, Jan. 23 (01-23-98)
Thursday, Jan. 22 (01-22-98)
In Other News

Wednesday January 28, 1998

Clinton Takes His Message Beyond The Beltway
Starr Gathers New Evidence, Testimony In Clinton-Lewinsky Controversy
Charlie Trie Indicted
Panetta Says No Knowledge Of Improper Relationship
Hillary Clinton: Public Will Find Out President Is Innocent
White House Scandal At A Glance
Casino Decision OK, Lobbyist Tells Burton Panel
President's Plane Gets Stuck In The Mud
Report Says Arlington Allegations Untrue

Transcripts:
Sen. Trent Lott With The GOP Response To The President's State Of The Union Address





Barnes 
& Noble book search

Archives   |   CQ News   |   TIME On Politics   |   Feedback   |   Help

Copyright © 1998 AllPolitics All Rights Reserved.
Terms under which this information is provided to you.
Read our privacy guidelines.
Who we are.