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Sunday, May 31, 1998

Clinton All But Certain To Not Voluntarily Testify In Lewinsky Case

Friday, May 29, 1998

Barry Goldwater Dead At 89
Goldwater Remembered As 'A Great Patriot'
White House Mulls Response To Starr Move
Clinton Announces New Community Policing Grants
Supreme Court May Expedite Starr's Request On Executive Privilege

Bill Mitchell: Sign Language

Voter's Voice:
Ken Starr's Investigation

Thursday, May 28, 1998

Starr Asks Supreme Court to Resolve Executive Privilege Dispute
Judge Johnson's Opinion On Executive Privilege
Reno's Sealed Motion Ran Counter To White House Privilege Claim
Chinese-Born Loral Executive Focus Of Congressional Investigators
Clinton Pushes For Patient Bill Of Rights
House Investigators Say They've Found New Trie Link To Chinese Government

Mike Luckovich: A Flag Burning Amendment

Wednesday, May 27, 1998

Lewinsky Lawyer Writes Angry 'Open Letter' To Starr
Clinton Urges Businesses To Hire From Welfare Rolls
Former Attorneys General Warn Reno Against Secret Service Appeal
Idaho Primary Results
Kentucky Primary Results
Tripp Received Death Threats After Lewinsky Controversy Broke
Lawyers Wrangle Over Fees In Jones' Case
Two Ky. Congressmen To Face Off For Senate Seat; Idaho Also Holds Primary

Stuart Rothenberg:
Rep. Baker Faces A Strong Challenge In Louisiana
1998 Senate Ratings

Tuesday, May 26, 1998

Lewinsky Set To Provide Handwriting, Fingerprint Samples
Clinton Announces $39 Billion Projected Budget Surplus
Private Attorney Chosen To Investigate Alexis Herman
Gov. Whitman Lauds Ellis Island Decision
Author Claims Starr's Office Source Of Leaks
Texas Seeks Sanctions Against Gov. Bush Over Tobacco Deal

Monday, May 25, 1998

Gingrich Views Proposed Site of American Embassy -- But Doesn't Stop
G-7 Official Expresses Concerns To Secret Service Over Agent Testimony

Bill Mitchell: Hey! A Parade!

Saturday, May 23, 1998

GOP Keeps Up Heat On Possible Clinton-China Links

Friday, May 22, 1998

Judge: Secret Service Must Testify
Congress Passes Giant Transportation Bill
Clinton Warns Against Biological, Computer Attacks
Clinton Defends China Satellite Waiver
Pentagon Admits Release Of Private Tripp Info

Bernard Schwartz Gave Heavily To Democrats
FEC Data: Schwartz's Recent Contributions

Charles Bierbauer: Could The Tobacco Deal All Go Up In Smoke?

Bill Mitchell: Ham N' Eggs

Thursday, May 21, 1998

Chinese Aerospace Official Denies Giving To Dems
Senate Signals Disapproval Of Liability Cap For Tobacco Industry
Oregon Primary Results
Clinton Seals U.S. Approval Of NATO Expansion
Prominent Donor Testifies Before Lewinsky Grand Jury

The 'Inside Politics' Interview: Rep. Chris Cox

Moneyline Interview: Loral CEO Bernard Schwartz

Bob Lang: Bob On Bill!

Wednesday, May 20, 1998

Justice Begins Inquiry On China Missile Controversy
White House Wouldn't Order Secret Service Testimony
Senate Tables Kennedy Amendment To Raise Tobacco Tax
Chelsea Hospitalized Overnight With Flu Symptoms
Judiciary Committee Considers Measure To Restrict Teen Abortions
Pennsylvania Primary Results
Arkansas Primary Results

Documents: From Secret Service Privilege Case

The 'Inside Politics' Interview:
Political Analyst Charlie Cook
Sen. Fred Thompson

Poll: Independent Counsel Should Investigate China Policy Decisions

Stuart Rothenberg: Primary Results Update: Pennsylvania, Arkansas, Oregon

Bill Mitchell: Buddy Can You Spare A Twenty?

Tuesday, May 19, 1998

Tobacco Debate Focuses On Lawyers' Fees
Arkansas, Pennsylvania And Oregon Hold Primaries
Bipartisan Commission Proposes Social Security Rescue Plan
New Details Emerge In Secret Service Privilege Dispute
Gingrich Wants Clinton To Delay China Trip

The 'Inside Politics' Interview:
Sen. Orrin Hatch

Stuart Rothenberg: Michigan's Rep. Sander Levin In A Real Race
Stuart Rothenberg: Rothenberg's 1998 Gubernatorial Ratings

Bill Mitchell: Geekzilla

Monday, May 18, 1998

Intense Senate Debate Expected On Tobacco Bill
Who Is Sen. John McCain?
Global-Warming Treaty Lobbyists Hit The Internet
Gingrich Attacks Clinton On Lewinsky Matter, Foreign Policy
New York Senator Seeks Fourth Term
Microsoft Says No 'Legal Basis' To Halt Windows 98
Public TV Stations Can Exclude Minor Candidates

Voter's Voice:
Johnny Chung's Contributions

Sunday, May 17, 1998

Justice May Probe Links Between China Policy, Campaign Cash

Saturday, May 16, 1998

James McDougal's Last Word Is A Tell-All Book

Friday, May 15, 1998

Sources: Chung Says He Funneled Chinese Funds To Democrats
A Lifelong Kinship Between Sinatra And The Political Elite
Clinton Reacts To Frank Sinatra's Death
White House Would Support Bigger Cigarette Tax Hike
Newt The Fearless Forecaster
House Leaders Let Go Of Many Spending Cuts
America's History Of Monopoly-Busting
Senators Grill CIA Chief Over India Nuclear Tests
Quayle: Secret Service Should Testify

Bill Mitchell: DNC No MSG

Thursday, May 14, 1998

Secret Service, Starr Battle Before Judge
Rep. Burton's Critics Fall Short Again
FBI Files: Early Accusations Of J.F.K. Infidelity
Why Is The Government Involved With Microsoft?

Wednesday, May 13, 1998

Democrats Block Immunity, Fail To Oust Burton
Lawmakers Call For Tough U.S. Response To India's Nuclear Tests
D.C.'s Barry May Not Run Again
Clinton Praises A United Europe
Nebraska Primary Results
West Virginia Primary Results
Lincoln Mayor Wins Nebraska Republican Gubernatorial Nomination

Stuart Rothenberg: Rep. Schiff's Death Adds To New Mexico Uncertainty
Stuart Rothenberg: House 'Opportunities' In 1998

Bill Mitchell: BOOM!
Mike Luckovich: Bob Dole Tests Viagra

Tuesday, May 12, 1998

Burton Slams White House 'Stonewalling'
President Asks For Broader International Crime Powers
A New Effort To Pull Youth Into Civic Life
Oval Office Staff Assistant Appears Before Grand Jury
Text Of Herman Statement

Monday, May 11, 1998

Independent Counsel To Target Herman
Gingrich, Gephardt To Visit Israel
Democrats Will Support Immunity If Burton Goes
Top Justice Aide To Make Final Report On DNC Fund-Raising Abuses
Lewinsky Family Hires Media Rep

The "Inside Politics" Interview: Randy Tate, Gary Bauer

Bush Leads GOP Field For 2000
Public Doesn't Want Administration Taking Sides In Mideast Talks

Bill Mitchell: Squeak, Squeak!

Sunday, May 10, 1998

Secret Service Officers Meet With Prosecutors

Saturday, May 9, 1998

Clinton Pushes Child Care Reforms
GOP Lawmaker Decries Religious Persecution

Friday, May 8, 1998

Hubbell Pleads Not Guilty To Tax Charges
White House Officials Dispute 'Executive Privilege' Appeal
House Republicans Call For Clinton To Repudiate Blumenthal Comments
Clinton Takes Education Battle To Delaware
Justice Department Divided Over Pending Herman Decision
Whitewater Judge Recuses Herself From McDougal Case
Clinton Lawyer, Starr's Office Quarrel Over Leaks Again
IRS Overhaul Headed To Conference Committee
Bill Richardson A Front-Runner for Secretary Of Energy Post

Charles Bierbauer: What's A Euro Worth?

Mike Luckovich: ...The Coyote's After You...
Bill Mitchell: Good News And Bad News

Thursday, May 7, 1998

New Hampshire Dems Walk Out Of Gingrich's Speech To Legislature
Currie To Face Grand Jury Again After Thursday Testimony
Currie Returns For More Grand Jury Testimony
Pentagon Decides To Exhume Remains From Tomb Of The Unknowns
Indiana Results
North Carolina Results
Ohio Primary Results

Inside Politics: Tracking Primary And Congressional Races With Stu Rothenberg

Stuart Rothenberg:
Money Makes A Difference -- Again

Wednesday, May 6, 1998

House Rejects Ban On Affirmative Action In Admissions
Burton Apologizes In Hubbell Tapes Furor
Clinton Lawyer Files Contempt Motion Against Starr
Clinton Denies Imposing Deadline In Mideast Peace Talks
Currie Returns For More Grand Jury Testimony
Key Senate Primaries Held In Indiana, Ohio, North Carolina

Tuesday, May 5, 1998

Hubbell Explains Riady Money On Latest Tapes
House Members To Propose $500 Billion Tobacco Plan
Burton 'Postpones Indefinitely' Campaign Finance Hearings
Little Rock Grand Jury Goes Home
Judge Rules Against Clinton On Executive Privilege
Jordan Completes Another Day Of Grand Jury Testimony
Attorney: Prosecutors Have 'Hidden Agenda', McDougal Won't Cooperate
Hear Hubbell's Prison Telephone Calls

The "Inside Politics" Interview: Rep. Dan Burton

Stuart Rothenberg:
Pennsylvania Senate: The Race That Never Happened
Rothenberg's 1998 Senate Ratings

Bill Mitchell: Poll-O-Matic

Voter's Voice:
Rep. Dan Burton And The Hubbell Tapes

Monday, May 4, 1998

Grand Jury Indicts Susan McDougal
Democrats Plan To Turn Up The Political Heat On Burton
High Court Rules Congressman's Divorce Records Remain Sealed
Judge Delivers Formal Ruling In Lewinsky Dispute
Clinton To Promote Construction Of Energy-Efficient Homes

Sunday, May 3, 1998

New Row Erupts Over 'Edited' Hubbell Tapes

Saturday, May 2, 1998

First Lady: Fund Raising Just An Excuse To See Chelsea
Did Hubbell Hope for a Presidential Pardon?

Friday, May 1, 1998

Tapes: Hubbell Showed Concern About First Lady's Legal Work
Starr Draws Parallels Between His Investigation And Watergate
IRS Commissioner Questioned In Senate Hearing
Senate Ratifies Entry Of Poland, Hungary, Czech Republic To NATO

The "Inside Politics" Interview: Sens. John Ashcroft, Carol Moseley-Braun

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