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Saturday Jan. 31, 1998

Lewinsky's Lawyer: Tripp Wasn't Privy To Any Clinton Call
Keeping Score In the Lewinsky Matter
Clinton Plays Golf Near Presidential Retreat
Forbes Wins A Straw Poll
Ken Starr's Law Firm Subpoenaed By Clinton Lawyers
Goldberg Says She May Release Tapes Of Conversations With Tripp

Friday Jan. 30, 1998

Tripp Says She Heard Lewinsky On Phone With Clinton
Indictment Looms For Buddhist Temple
Pandora's Web?
Judge: Secret Service Agents Do Not Have To Testify
Text of Linda Tripp's Statement
Another Odd Episode From Lewinsky's Love Life
Republicans Speak Out On Clinton Controversy
Second 'Near-Miss' Involving Air Force One

Stop Probing Clinton-Lewinsky Allegations

Judge's Order Scrambles The Odds

Bill Mithell: Kennedy esque

Voter's Voice:
Starr v. Clinton

Thursday Jan. 29, 1998

Judge Strips Lewinsky Material From Jones Case
Babbitt Forcefully Denies Wrongdoing In Casino Decision
Indictment Against Trie Outlines Fraud, Obstruction
Starr's Subpoena Carefully Crafted, For A Reason
White House Scandal At A Glance
Court Order Expanding Starr's Probe Released

Too Much Lewinsky Coverage

Boxer Looks Stronger In California Senate Race

Voter's Voice:
Starr's Expanding Investigation

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

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

Bob Lang: Olfactory Agitation
Bill Mitchell: One Out Of...

Tuesday Jan. 27, 1998

Clinton: Use Budget Surpluses To Fix Social Security
Lott Charts a Slightly Different Course
Grand Jury Convened Without Lewinsky Testimony
Details Of A Settlement Offer
Lewinsky Allegations Overshadow State Of The Union
White House Scandal At A Glance
Report: Lewinsky Allegedly Forged Document
Hillary Clinton: 'This Is A Battle'
Chelsea Deals With A Scandal

Speech Memorable For What Clinton Didn't Say

Clinton Gets A Bounce
Gender Gap Shows Up In Controversy
Most Americans Still Have Confidence In Clinton

Kenneth Starr

President Bill Clinton's State Of The Union Addresss

Mike Luckovich: Clinton's Order

Monday Jan. 26, 1998

Lewinsky Has Spoken
White House Crisis Spawns Media Feeding Frenzy
First Lady Ignores Scandal During Visit to N.Y. School
Business As Usual At White House, Officials Say
Lewinsky Allegations Overshadow State Of The Union
Hatch Sees Resignation Probable Should Charges be Proven
White House Scandal At A Glance
Starr Said To Be Using Tested Tactic Against Ex-intern
Allegations Of Previous Affair, Forgery Haunt Lewinsky

Only A Third Thinks Clinton Honest
Clinton Wrong, But Should Stay In Office

Sunday Jan. 25, 1998

Clinton Allies Defend President
Magazine: Tripp Tried To Write A Clinton 'Tell-All'
White House Scandal At A Glance
Hyde: Impeachment Talk Is Premature
Aides Hope Return Of Veterans Will Stop 'Meltdown'

Clinton Should Not Leave Office

Saturday Jan. 24, 1998

Clinton Supporters Say Lewinsky May Have Fantasized A Relationship
Panetta Says Clinton Should 'Go To The People'
White House Scandal At A Glance
Flowers: Not Surprised By Clinton Cover-Up Allegations

Friday Jan. 23, 1998

Clinton's Standing With Public Starts To Slide

New Details Emerge About Sex Allegations Against Clinton
Richardson, U.N. Mission Subpoenaed On Lewinsky Job Offer
White House Scandal At A Glance
Tension Builds Between Clinton's Personal Attorneys
Gore: Clinton Innocent Of Affair Accusations
Text Of Lewinsky's Affidavit
Lewinsky's Attorney Lashes Out At Starr
Lott Hopes Sex Scandal Won't Distract Congress
Similarity To Clinton Intern Brings Unwelcome Fame
Clinton Aide Outlines State Of The Union Themes
Clinton To Propose Private Pension Changes
U.S. Senate Leader Says IMF Must Address Problems
German Man Convicted Of Threatening Clinton

Donovan Campbell Comments

Bob Lang: Playboys

Thursday Jan. 22, 1998

Firestorm Consumes White House
Sonny Bono's Widow To Seek His Congressional Seat
Gore Seeks Consensus In Abortion Debate
Justice, Microsoft Settle Contempt Dispute
Tripp: No Stranger To Controversy
Editor: Lewinsky Tapes Don't Confirm Affair
Strategist Urges GOP To Stay Away From Latest Clinton Scandal
Lewinsky's Leap From 'Nobody' To News Headlines
Vernon Jordan A Quintessential 'FOB'
White House Scandal At A Glance
Sources: Clinton Admits Sexual Affair With Flowers

Clinton Faces His Most Serious Crisis

Kenneth Starr's Comments

Clinton Faces His Most Serious Crisis

Mike Luckovich: Kenneth Starr

Voter's Voice
Starr's Investigation: Your E-Mail

Wednesday Jan. 21, 1998

Clinton Denies Affair With Intern, Cover-up
Clinton's Legal Woes Converge Into Thunderstorm
Alexander's Plane Successfully Belly-Lands

Public Believes Alleged Affair is True

Clinton Interview With Jim Lehrer
Clinton Interview On NPR's "All Things Considered"
White House Press Secretary Mike McCurry's Briefing

Bill Mitchell: Clinton's Legacy

Tuesday Jan. 20, 1998

No California Gubernatorial Bid For Sen. Feinstein
Soldier In Tomb Of Unknowns May Actually Be Known
Clinton To Meet With Netanyahu Today
White House Endorses Ban on Genetic Discrimination
FDA Says It Can, Will Regulate Human Cloning

Voter's Voice
The Jones Lawsuit

Bob Lang: On Thin Ice

Monday Jan. 19, 1998

Gore Announces New Civil Rights Enforcement Push
Settlement Still Possible In Jones Suit
Reps. Parker And Stokes To Retire

Public Skeptical About Paula Jones' Legal Claim

Bill Mitchell: Executive Accommodations

Weekend Jan. 17 & 18, 1998

Jones' Lawyers Promise Aggressive Stance In Clinton Suit
Clinton Finishes Testimony In Paula Jones Case
Who Backs Paula Jones?
Clinton Testifies In Sexual-Harassment Suit

Friday Jan. 16, 1998

Independent Counsel Likely In Babbitt Case
Calif. Dems Frustrated With Feinstein
April 7 Election Set For Bono's Seat
Republicans Move to Block Surgeon General Nominee
GOP To Vote On Abortion Litmus Test
Clinton, Lawyers To Meet Today On Jones Suit

Ebbing Support For Abortion On Demand

Pundits & Prose
Charles Bierbauer: A Descent Into Cell Hell

Thursday Jan. 15, 1998

Clinton To Push For Tobacco Legislation
Witnesses Say Congressman Knew Of Bomb Warning
McDougal Clears Way For Move To Arkansas
Clinton's Lawyers To Get Jones Expense Records
Gore Announces New Aid To Ice-Ravaged Maine
Glenn Will Return To Space
Cisneros' Ex-Mistress Pleads Guilty
President Honors 15 With Presidential Medals
Herman Denies Influence-Peddling Accusation

Wednesday Jan. 14, 1998

Herman Focus Of Influence-Peddling Probe
Hillary Clinton Questioned About FBI Files
Republicans Call For End To 'Marriage Penalty'
Democrat Capps Headed For A Runoff In Calif. Race
Clinton Deposition Moved
Clinton, Democratic Leaders Push Consumer Health Bill

Tuesday Jan. 13, 1998

Jones', Clinton's Lawyers Meet To Make Deposition Plans
Hispanic Voters Affect California Elections
Voters Go To Polls In Calif. Congressional District
Gingrich Begins 17-State Tour
White House Visitor Spray Paints The Blue Room
Bowles To Stay On As White House Chief Of Staff
Hyde, Canady Oppose Abortion 'Litmus Test'

Bob Lang: Castaways

Monday Jan. 12, 1998

Capps' Widow Runs For His Calif. Seat
Clinton Offers States More Anti-Drug Aid
Ashcroft Takes A Stab At Tax Reform
Clinton Considers Another Minimum-Wage Hike
Judge Orders Tyson Foods To Pay $6 Million In Fines
White House Denounces Iraq's Block Of U.N. Inspectors
Jones Wants $2 Million, Apology To Settle

Bill Mitchell: This Week's Commercial

Weekend Jan. 11 & 12, 1998

Clinton To Require States To Study Inmate Drug Use
DNC Drops Ban On Money From Non-Citizen U.S. Residents
Clinton Stresses Urgent Need For Human-Cloning Ban

Friday Jan. 9, 1998

Gingrich, Wilson Eulogize Bono
Kerrey Takes More Steps Towards A 2000 Bid
Will Buddy Get The Knife?
Christian Coalition Eyes Direct Political Gifts
Clinton Announces Work-Study Expansion

Bill Mitchell: Legal Briefs

Thursday Jan. 8, 1998

Oliver North Tests The Waters
Sources: Lott To Deliver GOP Response To State Of The Union
Jones Will Attend Clinton's Deposition
Justice Concludes No Evidence Of Crime In Ron Brown Death
U.S. Softens Initial Reaction To Iranian President
Palm Springs Expects Full House For Bono's Farewell
Cisneros Pleads Not Guilty

Americans Skeptical Of A Long-term Balanced Budget

Bill Mitchell: A Political Pantheon

Wednesday Jan. 7, 1998

Clinton To Propose Tax Credits, Incentives For Child Care
Judge Denied Pryor's Plea For McDougal's Freedom
Clinton To Give Deposition Next Week
Treasury Investigating IRS Audit, Jones' Lawyers Say
Mourners Gather For Bono's Funeral

Newt's Condition

Tuesday Jan. 6, 1998

Clinton Unveils Plan For Expanding Medicare Coverage
Sonny Bono Killed In Skiing Accident
Washington Remembers Sonny Bono
Minor Rift Between First Pets
GOP Leader Acts To Stop Anti-Abortion Plank

Walter R. Mears: Clinton, Gingrich Eye Elections

Bob Lang: Adrift

Monday Jan. 5, 1998

Ferraro Declares For N.Y. Senate Race
Returning To Work, Clinton Focuses On Budget
Clinton Wants To Boost Tobacco Taxes

Weekend Jan. 3 & 4, 1998

Clinton To Push For Social Security Fix
Ferraro To Enter N.Y. Senate Race Monday
Clinton's Tropical Respite Gives Way To Work
White House Delights In Rehnquist's Rebuke Of GOP
Clinton Wants $48 Million Increase in Peace Corps Funding
Family, Friends Grieve At Michael Kennedy's Funeral

Friday Jan. 2, 1998

Sources: Clinton To Propose Major Medicare Expansion
Kennedy's Private Wake Is Friday
Customs Agents Hospitalized Following Accident
Gingrich To Outline Political Agenda

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