The Physical Evidence
In large part, the Monica Lewinsky saga is a story of people and what they have told investigators. But Independent Counsel Ken Starr also has acquired some physical evidence that could be important, including that famous dark blue cocktail dress.
Here, based on reporting by TIME magazine, is a list of the known physical evidence in the case:
The Dress It reappeared in late July, after a flurry of rumors and reports early on, and it could prove troublesome for the president if his DNA is on it. The FBI has conducted tests, but the results are a tightly held secret.
The Talking Points The memo was once felt to be evidence of White House witness tampering. Lewinsky is said to claim it was her own work, in a development that boosted White House morale.
The Delivery Slips They show receipt of Lewinsky gifts at the White House.
The Books Lewinsky bought the steamy "Vox," a novel about phone sex; Clinton reportedly gave her Walt Whitman's "Leaves of Grass."
The T-Shirt, Hatpin And Brooch Gifts from the president; Lewinsky has reportedly said that Clinton told her, "if you don't have them you can't turn them over."
The Hard Drive Lewinsky sent frequent e-mails that may provide details of the relationship.
The Answering-Machine Tapes Witnesses say they heard messages from the president.
The Wave Records Who cleared Lewinsky into the White House and how often?