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Friday, July 31, 1998

Clinton 'Looking Forward' To Testimony
Poll: Most People Would Believe DNA Evidence If It's There
Ownership Of Zapruder Film Passes To Government
Paula Jones Wants Her Lawsuit Reinstated
Gore Announces Steps Toward An Electronic Bill Of Rights

Thursday, July 30, 1998

Lewinsky Turns Over Dress For Evidence Testing
Health Care Reform Legislation Caught In Senate Gridlock
Reno Urges Veto Of Spending Bill If Congress Enacts Ethics Rules On Prosecutors
Justice Considers Limited King Assassination Probe

Wednesday, July 29, 1998

Clinton Will Testify In Lewinsky Inquiry
Poll: Clinton's Approval Rating Holds Steady
Transcript: Linda Tripp's Statement After Final Day Of Testimony
Senate Republicans Shift Gears On 'Marriage Penalty'
Clinton Offers Encouragement To International Educators
Documents: The Attorney-Client Privilege Decision
Democratic Fund-Raiser Kanchanalak Pleads Not Guilty
Report: Underground Missile Labs Cause Problems For U.S. Intelligence

Tuesday, July 28, 1998

Lewinsky Strikes Far-Reaching Immunity Deal
Campaign-Finance Figure Returns To U.S.
Herman Praises Tentative GM Settlement
Burton Considers Contempt Citation For Reno
Bipartisan Effort Underway To Create Secret Service Privilege

Stuart Rothenberg: GOP Looks For A Beachhead In Massachusetts
Stuart Rothenberg: Rothenberg's Senate Ratings

Bill Mitchell: That Girl
Bob Lang: Burning Sensations
Bob Lang: White House Recieving

Monday, July 27, 1998

Lewinsky Meets With Independent Counsel's Office
It's Not Business As Usual After Shootings
Republican Poll Counsels Against Moral-Issues Agenda
Clinton Urges Caution In Social Security Reform
Jesse Jackson Hospitalized With Asthma

Bill Mitchell: More, Rather Than...
Bill Mitchell: Bride Of FrankenForbes

Sunday, July 26, 1998

Top Republicans Warn Clinton About Resisting Subpoena

Saturday, July 25, 1998

Slain Capitol policemen praised as 'American heroes'
Starr Subpoenas Clinton To Appear Before Grand Jury
Clinton Helps Commission USS Truman

Friday, July 24, 1998

2 Dead, 2 Wounded In Shooting At U.S. Capitol
Authorities Identify Capitol Hill Shooting Suspect
Washington Reacts To The Capitol Hill Shooting
Security Measures Could Not Stop Capitol Hill Shooting
Sen. Frist Uses Medical Training After Shootings
Negotiations Underway Over Clinton Testimony
House Oks GOP 'Patient Protection' Measure
Burton Wants Internal Justice Memos

Thursday, July 23, 1998

McCurry To Leave Clinton Administration
Lead Secret Service Agent Testifies
Report: Republicans Raising More Money Than Democrats In House Races
House Overrides Clinton On Late-Term Abortions
Democrat Lewis Massey Pulls Out Of Georgia Gov. Race
Internet Gambling Blocked In Senate Vote
Gingrich Rips Clinton Over Government Spending
Reno Aide Recommends Independent Campaign-Finance Probe
McDougal's Embezzlement Trial Set For Aug. 3

Wednesday, July 22, 1998

Currie Faces Grand Jury Once Again
Democrats Run Hard With Anti-HMO TV Commercials
Opposition To MFN Status For China Defeated In The House
Clinton Signs IRS Reform Measure
Clinton Announces Grants To Fight Juvenile Crime
GOP Calls For Tax Cut Grow Louder
More Kennedy Documents Made Available To The Public
Clinton Vetoes School Voucher Bill

Election '98:
Georgia GOP Candidate May Ask For Recount
Georgia Primary Results
Brief: A GOP Issue Ads Piggy Bank
Brief: Dems Want FCC Rule Change
Brief: Sorry, Suarez

Bill Mitchell: Ship Ahoy!
Mike Luckovich: Armageddon...?
Bob Lang: High Noon

Tuesday, July 21, 1998

Starr Appeals Judge's Sanctions Over Leaks
Napa Valley Winery Will Pay $120,000 Fine In Espy Case
Fast-Track Trade Debate Revived In Senate
Clinton Proposes New Regulations For Nursing Homes
Campaign Finance Proposal Makes Slow Progress In House

Monday, July 20, 1998

Clinton Promotes Stricter School Discipline
Georgia Voters Go To Polls Tuesday
Democratic Fund-Raiser Pleads Guilty
Justice Department Will Appeal Secondhand Smoke Decision
Report Says Private Investment Is Better Than Social Security For Most Women
Clinton To Stress School Discipline
Secret Service Officials Say Agent Cockell Will Return To Job
Newspaper: Report Says Big Tobacco Let GOP Use Corporate Jets

Stuart Rothenberg: A Surprising Challenger For Minnesota's Rep. Luther
Stuart Rothenberg: Rothenberg's Gubernatorial Ratings

Bill Mitchell: Dr. Newt Kevorkian

Sunday, July 19, 1998

Secret Service Agents' Attorneys: Starr May Be Disappointed
Lawsuit Issue May Be Key To Managed Care Reform

Friday, July 18, 1998

Clinton announces food aid plan

Friday, July 17, 1998

Secret Service Agents Give Grand Jury Testimony
Air Force Nominee Still Has Support Of Cohen, Administration
Even During Justices' Vacation, Supreme Court Is Working
House Republicans Consider Nearly $1 Trillion In Tax Cuts
House Passes Federal Worker Contraceptive Coverage

Bob Lang: Media Credility
Bill Mitchell: Who Cares...

Thursday, July 16, 1998

Justice Appeals Secret Service Dispute To Supreme Court
For Secret Service, Proximity Is The Issue
Makeup Of U.S. Court Of Appeals
Clinton Pushes Patients' Bill Of Rights
Teen Abortion Restrictions Bill Headed To The Senate

Bill Mitchell: Speaking of a Protective Function

Wednesday, July 15, 1998

Starr, Justice Face Off Over New Secret Service Subpoenas
Reno Defends Decision On Campaign Finance Probe
Congress Prepares For HMO Debate
House OKs Teen Abortion Curb

Larry King Live Transcript: Should Secret Service Agents Have To Testify?

Tuesday, July 14, 1998

Starr Subpoenas Head Of Clinton's Security Detail
Lott Says China Gained Military Benefit From Satellite Exports
Report: Justice Plans To Appeal Secret Service Decision
Reno, Holder Expected To Face Tough Questions On Call For Independent Counsel
Clinton Urges Americans To Act On Y2K Problem
California To Get Second Opinion On 'Open Primaries'
Justice Requests Full Panel Appeal Of Court Decision
White House May Consider Tobacco Lawsuit

Bob Lang: Old Glory

Monday, July 13, 1998

Another Democratic Fund-Raiser Indicted
A War Of Words Between Congressional GOP, Democrats
McDougal Embezzlement Trial Delayed
HMOs: The Year's Hot Political Issue
Grand Old Flag Getting A Face Lift

Stuart Rothenberg: Dems Target Rep. White In Washington's 1st C.D.
Rothenberg's House Ratings

Bill Mitchell: Remember 1994...

Sunday, July 12, 1998

Tripp Testimony To Take At Least Another Week, Attorney Says
Herman: Reno 'Did What She Felt She Had To Do' In Naming Counsel

Saturday, July 11, 1998

Rubin May Leave Treasury, Cabinet Colleagues Tell N.Y. Times
Lott: Democrats Creating Legislative 'Log Jam'

Friday, July 10, 1998

Democratic Fund-raiser Charged With Taking Illegal Contribution
Family Welcomes Home Former 'Unknown Soldier'
Senate Passes Non-Binding Resolution To Reassure Taiwan
McDougal Seeks Delay In California Trial

Voter's Voice: Those Anti-Drug Ads

Thursday, July 9, 1998

Clinton Unveils Anti-Drug Advertising Campaign
Poll: Most Americans Don't Want To Hear Tripp Tapes
Tripp Returns For More Grand Jury Testimony
Gore Visits Iowa To Discuss Education
Judge Delays Release Of Jones Case Documents
U.S.-China Relations Under Examination In Senate
Senate Overwhelmingly Approves IRS Overhaul

Mike Luckovich: Those HMOs

Wednesday, July 8, 1998

Clinton Backs Gun Access Penalties
Justice Debates A Secret Service Appeal
Senate Panel Ponders Hate Crime Legislation
Senate Judiciary Committee Hears Pleas To Stop Flag Burning

Bill Mitchell: Triage HMO Style

Tuesday, July 7, 1998

Secret Service Must Testify, Appeals Court Rules
Tripp Testifies Again
Democrat Fund-raiser Indicted On Tax Violations
Clinton Orders Health Insurance Crackdown
Lott Says Clinton Made 'Serious Mistakes' In China
Senate Women Face A Different Environment In 1998
Zapruder Video Headed To Stores

Bill Mitchell: Campaign 2000

Monday, July 6, 1998

'Notch Babies' Seek Social Security Payment Increase
President Focuses On Ambitious Domestic Agenda
Clinton To Meet With Yeltsin In Russia In September

Stuart Rothenberg: An Opening For Democrats In Wisconsin's 1st C.D.
Stuart Rothenberg: 1988 Senate Ratings

Sunday, July 5, 1998

Starr Won't Present Interim Report, Spokesman Says

Friday, July 3, 1998

Albright Stops In Tokyo After China Visit To Reassure Japanese
Clinton Not Following Through On AIDS Pledges, Activists Say

Bill Mitchell: Humpty Dumpty

Thursday, July 2, 1998

Tripp Completes Day Two Of Testimony
Poll: Most Americans Hold Unfavorable Views Of Tripp, Lewinsky
Daschle Calls For Probe Into Tobacco, Health Care Ad Campaigns
Trie's Lawyer Asks Judge To Dismiss Fund-Raising Charges
HMO Bashing Becoming 'Contagious' In 1998 Campaigns
Texas Gov. Bush Steps Away From GOP Attacks On Bilingual Education
Chinese General's Son Blocked From Working On Sale Of Satellite
Statue To Be Added To The FDR Memorial
New Documents Show Chung Lobbied Administration For Chinese Oil Firm

Mike Luckovich: What's Linda Been Up To?

Wednesday, July 1, 1998

Judge Dimisses Indictment Against Hubbell
Documents: Judge Robertson's Ruling To Drop Charges Against Hubbell
The Tomb Of The Unknowns Likely To Remain Without Vietnam Soldier
Notes On Nixon's Secret Tapes Destroyed
No Tapes In Early Tripp Testimony
A More Perfect Union For $1
First Lady Tours Synagogue In China
McDougal Asks Judge To Dismiss Contempt Indictment
Teens Beware: New State Laws Target You
Fob James Wins GOP Primary Runoff For Alabama Governor
Alabama Runoff Results

Bill Mitchell: Punch And Linda
Bill Mitchell: News Release

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