Monday March 2, 1998

Jordan Believes Testimony Will Not Hurt Clinton
Sources: Kathleen Willey Changes Sworn Statement
Coalition Fights Against Tobacco Settlement
Vote Set Thursday On Final Fund-Raising Report
Lott Believes Hussein Should Be Viewed As War Criminal
Starr Grand Jury In Arkansas To Hear From Former State Trooper
Clinton: Plan To Scrap Tax Code Reckless, Irresponsible
Mayor's `Road Rage' Leads To Jaywalk Confession
FEC Fines N.Y. Democrats $45,000
Congress Advised About Tobacco Ads
First Lady Salutes Dr. Seuss
Reagan Biographer Chronicles Slow Decline Of A Leader
White House Tries To Stay Its Course
Congress A Theater In Election Year

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Bill Mitchell: Par The Course