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Thursday, April 30, 1998

Grand Jury Indicts Hubbell, Wife
McMillan Denies Report She's Leaving Jones' Cause
Clinton Brushes Aside Most Lewinsky Questions
Sources: Judge Decides No Lewinsky Immunity
Judge Declares Mistrial In Hale Case
Former Sen. Baker Says He Was Target Of IRS Abuse
Senate Favoring NATO Expansion As Vote Nears

Bob Lang: Needle Exchange Program

Wednesday, April 29, 1998

Sources: Judge Decides Lewinsky Doesn't Have Immunity
Assault Weapons In Transit Could Enter U.S.
Paula Jones Files Her Notice Of Appeal
Bob Dole To Receive DOD Highest Civilian Award
Senate Panel Hears Testimony About Botched IRS Raid
Clinton Raises Million For Democratic Senate Bids
Starr In Little Rock For Final Push Before Grand Jury

Stuart Rothenberg:
A Hard-Fought Race In Indiana's 8th C.D.
Rothenberg's 1998 Gubernatorial Ratings

Bill Mitchell: Just Following Orders

Tuesday, April 28, 1998

Senate Panel Hears Stories Of Alleged IRS Abuses
Gloria Allred Wants To File Brief In Jones Case
Senate Weighs In On Year 2000 Problem
Social Security, Medicare Buoyed By Strong Economy
Clinton Threatens Veto Of U.N.-Abortion Bill
Gingrich, Waxman Clash Over Finance Hearings
Some Lawmakers Want To Go Slow On NATO Expansion
Special Prosecutors Examine Lewinsky's Finances

Bob Lang: When Is Enough Enough?

Monday April 27, 1998

Who Is Richard Mellon Scaife?
Smoking Rises Sharply Among Minority Teens
Navy Names Submarine After Former President Carter
High Court Hears Line-Item Veto Arguments
On Israel's 50th Birthday, Clinton Urges Continued Work Toward Peace
Rep. Solomon Says He Will Leave Congress
Clinton Administration To Look Into IRS Criminal Investigations Division

Bill Mitchell: Joe GOP

Sunday April 26, 1998

McCain's Tobacco Bill Draws More GOP Fire

Saturday April 25, 1998

Paula Jones Rubs Shoulders With Washington Elite At Dinner
Ken Starr Questions Hillary Clinton Under Oath
Former Miss America Apologizes To First Lady
Clinton, Paula Jones To Sup At White House Gala

Friday April 24, 1998

Sources: Complaints By Secret Service Agent Resulted In Lewinsky Transfer
Buddy Recovering After Going Under The Knife
Top FBI And Justice Officials In Campaign Finance Investigation Are Leaving
Judge Asked To Remove Ex-Lover From Case Against Cisneros
Republican Whip Renews Attack On Clinton
Kasich Spells Out 'Vision Document' For GOP Budget
Senate One Of The Last Safe Havens For Smokers
A GOP Stunt Lets Them Eat Cake
Bush Cover Letter Defends Starr
Senate Urged To 'Move Slowly' On NATO Expansion
McLarty Returning To Private Life
GOP To Delay IMF Vote

Pundits & Prose
Charles Bierbauer: Will We Know It When We See It?

Bill Mitchell: Gutter Mouth
Mike Luckovich: And Going, And Going...

Thursday April 23, 1998

Congressional Budget Office Expects Larger Surplus
Clinton Ponders A Highway Bill Veto
Clinton Pushes Congress On Child Care Initiative
Rep. Burton Won't Apologize For 'Scumbag' Remark
Interim Starr Report A Possibility

Bob Lang: Rico Statute

Wednesday April 22, 1998

Campaign Finance Vote Possible In House
Burton Draws Fire For Clinton 'Scumbag' Remark
Susan McDougal Faces Another Grand Jury Appearance
Clinton Marks Earth Day With Trail Project
GOP Leaders Deal Blow To McCain Tobacco Bill
NOW Will Not File Brief On Jones' Behalf
Clinton Praises Health Care Report
Environmental Legislation Going Nowhere Fast

The "Inside Politics" Interview:
Political Analyst Charles Cook

Bill Mitchell: Hen Party

Tuesday April 21, 1998

Clinton Rips School Tuition Bill As 'Ill-Advised'
War Of Words Over Tobacco Escalates
Former President Takes Issue With Starr's Attempt To Subpoena Secret Service
Susan McDougal Awaits Starr's Subpoena

Monday April 20, 1998

Presidential Wannabes Hit Iowa District Caucuses
Clinton Tries To Salvage Tobacco Legislation
Sources: Starr Trying To Compel Secret Service Lawyer To Talk
Conservative Political Group Buys Reagan Ranch
No Federal Funds For Needle Exchange Efforts
Jones, Clinton Set To Attend Annual Media Dinner

Good News For Republicans In Election Year

The 'Evans & Novak' Interview: Sen. John Ashcroft

Sunday April 19, 1998

Tripp's Lawyer: She Didn't Set Out To Trap Clinton
GOP Debate: Big Tent Vs. Core Values

Friday April 17, 1998

Ashcroft Says GOP In Danger Of Losing Majority
Clinton Hails Democracy, Free Trade
Susan McDougal Fights Grand Jury Summons
Lewinsky's Dad Speaks Out On Investigation's Toll

Voter's Voice:
Paula Jones' Appeal

Thursday April 16, 1998

Jones Says She Will Appeal
Full Text Of Robert Bennett Statement
Starr Gives Up Pepperdine Deanship
Federal Funds Likely For Needle Exchange
Jones Appeal Difficult, But Not Impossible
Appeals Court Orders Judge to Reconsider Gag Order in Jones' Case

Wednesday April 15, 1998

Sources: Paula Jones Will Appeal
Clinton Needles Sports World For Not Hiring Minorities
Gores' Charitable Giving Raises Some Eyebrows
Texas 1998 Primary And Runoff Election Results
Clinton Announces More Aid To Alabama Tornado Victims
U.S. Rep. Gonzalez's Son To Run For Father's Post

The "Inside Politics" Interview:
Pat Buchanan

Mike Luckovich: The New Palestinian State

Tuesday April 14, 1998

Clinton To Participate In Race Town Meeting
Starr Seeks To Force Secret Service Testimony
Raines Quits As Budget Director

The "Inside Politics" Interview:
The California Governor's Race

Monday April 13, 1998

Jones May Announce Appeal Decision This Week
Currie Due Back Before Grand Jury
California Democrat Backs Off Threat
Moppets Mob The White House Lawn

Bill Schneider: The Republicans' Three Choices

A Gubernatorial Comeback For The Democrats?
Rothenberg's 1998 Senate Ratings

Bill Mitchell: Executive Privilige

Sunday April 12, 1998

Battle Lines Drawn Over Tobacco Settlement
Kasich Throws Hat Near 2000 Ring -- Sort Of

Friday April 10, 1998

Starr To Investigate Cash Payments To Hale
White House Staffer Arrested

Clinton Should Be Ashamed Of His Personal Conduct
Americans Skeptical About Social Security Crisis
Tax Code Too Complex

Pundits & Prose
Charles Bierbauer: The Tobacco Deal: Smoke And Mirrors?

Bill Mitchell: Crocodile Tears

Thursday April 9, 1998

Clinton Visits The Heart Of Tobacco Country
McDougal's Lawyer Claims Starr Knew About Secret Payments
Another White House Steward Goes Before Grand Jury
Ex-Sen. Packwood Mulls A Comeback

The "Inside Politics" Interview:
Sen. Ron Wyden

Bill Mitchell: Bridge To The 21st Century

Wednesday April 8, 1998

Sen. McCain Says Congress Won't Be Blackmailed
Reno Hears King Family's Request
Report: Starr Impeachment Report Under Way
Clinton Promotes School Rehab Plan
News Organizations Ask For Access To Lewinsky Proceedings
Wellstone Launches Presidential Exploratory Committee
Navy To Name Submarine After Jimmy Carter
Bono, Lee Win Special House Elections In California
Hale Accused Of Selling Information To Conservative Groups

Mike Luckovich: When The President Heard...
Bob Lang: Welcome To Arkansas

Tuesday April 7, 1998

Clinton Kicks Off Social Security Debate
Former Willey Co-Worker Testifies Before Grand Jury
Armey Stands By Harsh Criticsm Of Clinton
Attorney General To Meet With King's Widow

Monday April 6, 1998

Bono, Lee Favored In California Special Elections
Secretary Of Energy Resigns
Paula Jones' Lawyers Are Eager For The OK To Appeal
Clinton Bans Import Of Modified Military Rifles
Clinton Urges Probe Into King's Death
Deadline Nears For Arkansas Whitewater Panel
Sen. Brownback To Seek Full Term
North Carolina Appeals Redistricting Order
$20 Bills To Get New Look
GOP To Offer Broadcasts in Spanish
Court To Speed Up Study Of Whitewater Notes
Senator Offers Social Security Plan
Book On Supreme Court Under Fire

Millionaires Battle In California Governor's Primary
Rothenberg's 1988 Gubernatorial Ratings

Sunday April 5, 1998

Clinton: 'Mixed Feelings' On Jones Case Dismissal
McCain Confident Despite Attacks On Tobacco Bill

Saturday April 4, 1998

Senator Plans To Probe Clinton's Use Of White House Lawyers
Poll: Most Americans Think Starr Should End Probe

Friday April 3, 1998

Starr Urged To Indict Lewinsky
Clinton To Visit Kentucky To Talk Tobacco
Battle Of The Book Subpoenas Goes To The Judge
Payne Calls Solomon's Remarks 'Racist'
Jones' Lawsuit Took A Toll On Her
Clinton Says It Is In Tobacco's Interest To Back McCain Bill
Mortgage Company To Pay $2.1 Billion In HUD Discrimination Settlement
Clinton Takes Aim At Senate's Version Of Budget

President Bill Clinton Discusses Senate Budget

Thursday April 2, 1998

Clinton Welcomes Jones Decision; Appeal Likely
Bowles Testifies Before Grand Jury
Reno Reviewing Allegations Hale Was Paid By Conservative Group
Lawyer: Jones Appeal 99 Percent Likely
Specter Urges Caution On Impeachment
Women Have Mixed Reactions To Dismissal Of Jones' Case

Ken Starr Discusses His Investigation

Wednesday April 1, 1998

Judge Tosses Out Jones' Lawsuit
Jones Decision Raises Questions About Starr Probe
Congressional Reaction Split Along Party Lines
Judge: Jones' Case A Legal Strike Out
'Filegate' Depositions Sought From White House Aides
House Approves $218.3 Billion Highway Bill
Proposed West Virginia Highway Under Fire
White House Supports News Media's Request
Clinton's Attorney 'A Street Fighter'
Starr Investigation Costs Just Shy of $30 Million
White House To Announce Grants To Combat Youth Drunken Driving

Most Americans Support Judge's Decision On Jones' Lawsuit

Mike McCurry Reacts To Judge's Ruling

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