February 24, 1999 --Seeking Counsel Two legal experts and two former independent counsels debate what should be done with the Independent Counsel Law.
February 23, 1999 --Rogan's Run Congressional Correspondent Kwame Holman reports on the return home of House Impeachment Manager and U.S. Rep. James Rogan (R-CA).
February 18, 1999 --A Words' Worth What effect has the Clinton-Lewinksy matter and the subsequent impeachment trial had on the language and culture of America?
February 17, 1999 --In Contempt? The judge in the Paula Jones lawsuit is considering issuing a contempt citation against President Clinton for his misleading testimony about Monica Lewinsky in that case.
February 15, 1999 --Citizens Reaction A group of voters from Denver discuss current events the final votes in the impeachment trial of the president.
February 15, 1999 --A Historical Look The NewsHour's panel of historians look at the impeachment vote and the impact it may have on the presidency and Congress.
February 12, 1999 --Political Wrap Shields and Gigot offer an end-of-trial analysis on the vote.
February 12, 1999 --The Democratic Reaction Four Democratic U.S. Senators, who voted not guilty on both articles of impeachment, discuss the trial.
February 12, 1999 --Senate Republicans Respond Four Republican U.S. Senators discuss the trial.
February 12, 1999 --Impeachment Response Complete transcript of President Clinton's response to the Senate's acquittal vote.
February 12, 1999 -- Impeachment Response: Senator Henry Hyde Complete transcript of House Judiciary Committee Chairman Henry Hyde's response to the Senate's acquittal vote.
February 12, 1999 --Judgement Day Kwame Holman reports on the Senate vote to acquit President Clinton on the articles of impeachment.
February 11, 1999 --The End Is Near The Senate continues its deliberations about impeachment behind closed doors.
February 11, 1999 --Extended Excerpts Kwame Holman reports on the latest developments in the Senate impeachment trial.
February 10, 1999 --Investigating The Investigator Anthony Lewis and Stuart Taylor discuss pending investigations against Independent Counsel Kenneth Starr and his office.
February 9, 1999 --Talking It Over Behind closed doors and out of public view, the Senate began deliberating the political fate of President Clinton.
February 9, 1999 --Closing Deliberations Congressional Correspondent Kwame Holman reports on the latest developments in the Senate impeachment trial.
February 8, 1999 --The End Game Tom Oliphant and David Brooks discuss the closing arguments of the impeachment trial.
February 8, 1999 --Closing Arguments Excerpts and a report on the events in the impeachment trial from Congressional Correspondent Kwame Holman.
February 5, 1999 --Political Wrap Our pundits discuss the Senate impeachment trial and the beginning of the "end game."
February 4, 1999 --Roll The Tape Tom Oliphant and David Frum discuss the Senate's decision to use videotaped depositions in the impeachment trial.
February 4, 1999 --Extended Excerpts Excerpts and a report on the events in the impeachment trial from Congressional Correspondent Kwame Holman.
February 3, 1999 --Nearing An End? Sidney Blumenthal gave a deposition as the third and last witness to testify for the Senate impeachment trial. Jim Lehrer discusses what comes next with four Senators.
February 2, 1999 --A Deposition Update Tom Oliphant and Bill Kristol discuss the developments in the impeachment trial and issues surrounding it.
February 1, 1999 --The Right To Indict? Can Kenneth Starr indict President Clinton while he's in office?
January 29, 1999 -- Political Wrap Syndicated columnist Mark Shields and Wall Street Journal columnist Paul Gigot offer end-of-week political analysis.
January 29, 1999 -- Historical Perspective Presidential historian Michael Beschloss, Joan Hoff, Robert Dallek, and Buck Melton offer perspective on the impeachment process and the level of partisanship involved.
January 29, 1999 -- Partisan? Kwame Holman examines partisanship in the impeachment process
January 28, 1999 -- Political Maneuvers The Senate searches for a consensus on the witness issue.
January 28, 1999 -- Reaching A Deal? Kwame Holman has extended excerpts from the senate impeachment trial.
January 27, 1999 -- Senate Reaction Four senators on the outcome of the Senate votes and the negotiations to conclude the trial.
January 27, 1999 -- Voting To Continue Excerpts and a report on the events in the impeachment trial from Congressional Correspondent Kwame Holman.
January 26, 1999 -- Debating Witnesses Will witnesses be called to testify in the impeachment trial of President Clinton?
January 26, 1999 -- The Witness Debate Kwame Holman has extended excerpts on the debate over witnesses and other developments in the impeachment trial of President Clinton.
January 25, 1999 -- Regional Perspectives Media correspondent Terence Smith talks with the NewsHour's regional commentators about how the impeachment trial is being viewed from outside the beltway.
January 25, 1999 -- Dismissal? Extended excerpts and a report on the day's events in the impeachment trial from Congressional Correspondent Kwame Holman.
January 22, 1999 -- Q&A: The Factual Disputes After listening to six days of testimony, senators submitted their questions to the House managers and White House lawyers.
January 22, 1999 -- Q&A: The Constitutional Issues Extended excerpts from Kwame Holman examine the constitutional debates from the trial debate. Douglas Kmiec and Bruce Yannett return to explore the issues and debate the two cases.
January 22, 1999 -- Senate Reaction Kwame Holman with some congressional reaction to the day's proceedings.
January 22, 1999 -- Political Wrap Syndicated columnist Mark Shields and Wall Street Journal columnist Paul Gigot offer end-of-week political analysis.
January 21, 1999 -- Senators React The President's lawyers concluded their defense in the well of the U.S. Senate. Six Senators, three Republicans and three Democrats, give their views.
January 21, 1999 -- The Defense Rests Kwame Holman has extended excerpts from the final day of the president's defense.
January 20, 1999 -- Historical Perspective The NewsHour's historians assess the president's State of the Union address and the impeachment trial.
January 20, 1999 -- Rocky Mountain Views A panel of Denver citizens react to the latest events in Washington.
January 20, 1999 -- Defense Excerpts Kwame Holman has excerpts from day two of the President's defense.
January 19, 1999 -- Defending The President Two legal experts review the first day of the President's defense in the U.S. Senate.
January 19, 1999 -- Political Wrap Mark Shields and Paul Gigot reflect on the presentation by the President's lawyers.
January 19, 1999 -- The President's Defense Kwame Holman reports and provides extended excerpts of the White House presentation in the Senate impeachment trial.
January 18, 1999 -- Beyond The Beltway Five college newspaper editors reflect on the impeachment proceedings.
January 15, 1999 -- Assessing The Case David Gergen, Yvonne Scruggs Leftwich, and George Terwilliger, react to the Senate impeachment trial.
January 15, 1999 -- Political Wrap Syndicated columnist Mark Shields and Wall Street Journal columnist Paul Gigot offer analysis and observations of the Senate trial.
January 15, 1999 -- Summing Up The Evidence Republican managers summarized the evidence they presented yesterday and discussed the laws against perjury and obstruction of justice.
January 14, 1999 -- Examining The Case Legal experts review the first day of impeachment trial proceedings.
January 14, 1999 -- History In The Making Perspectives on the historical relevance of the Senate trial.
January 14, 1999 --Making Their Case Extended excerpts from the Senate trial.
January 13, 1999 -- Mr. Chief Justice Stuart Taylor and Jeffrey Rosen discussWilliam Rehnquist and his role in presiding over the impeachment trial in the U.S. Senate.
January 12, 1999 -- Senator Robert Byrd A conversation with the Senate's leading historian on the upcoming impeachment trial.
January 12, 1999 -- The Freshmen View Democrat Evan Bayh of Indiana and Republican George Voinovich of Ohio join Jim Lehrer to discuss the Senate impeachment trial.
January 11, 1999 -- Supporting The President As the Senate trial begins, President Clinton's popularity continues to soar.
January 8, 1999 -- Tom Daschle The Senate Minority Leader discusses the agreement reached on how to proceed with the impeachment trial.
January 8, 1999 -- The Republicans React Senators Olympia Snowe and Mike Dewine discuss the agreement in the Senate.
January 8, 1999 -- Pre-Trial Motions A report on the agreement reached by Republicans and Democrats in the Senate on how to proceed with the impeachment trial.
January 7, 1999 -- The Senate's Turn Five senators discuss the impeachment trial in the Senate with Jim Lehrer.
January 7, 1999 -- The Long View Presidential historians Doris Kearns Goodwin and Michael Beschloss; and author/journalist Haynes Johnson are joined by Buck Melton, a constitutional historian at The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill to discuss the historic significance of the day's events.
January 6, 1999 -- Making History Two of the 13 managers of the House impeachment prosecution team: U.S. Reps. Bill McCollum and Charles Canady, both (R-FL), discuss the beginning of the impeachment trial in the U.S. Senate.
January 6, 1999 -- The Coming Trial Tom Oliphant and David Brooks analyze the developments on Capitol Hill and the beginning of the impeachment trial in the U.S. Senate.
January 5, 1999 -- Historic Trial Four former senators join Margaret Warner to discuss the format and duration of the upcoming impeachment trial.
January 4, 1999 -- Pretrial Motions Senators are wrestling with a proposal for a shortened impeachment trial.
December 23, 1998 -- World Reaction Four foreign journalists discuss how President Clinton's impeachment played around the world.
December 21, 1998 -- Trial Of The Century? A growing number of voices are calling for a censure alternative.
December 21, 1998 -- Historical Perspective Elizabeth Farnsworth leads a discussion on the vote to impeach President Clinton.
December 21, 1998 -- Public Reaction Some public reaction from Oregon on the impeachment vote.
December 17, 1998 -- The Home Front Members of Congress discuss the attack on Iraq and the impeachment debate.
December 17, 1998 -- Political Wrap Shields & Gigot give analysis of the House's decision to continue with the debate on impeachment despite the military action in Iraq.
December 16, 1998 -- Debate Delayed Shields & Gigot discuss the impact of the air strike on the impeachment proceedings.
December 15, 1998 -- Counting Heads On Capitol Hill, more moderate Republicans came out in favor of impeaching President Clinton.
December 15, 1998 -- Opposing Views Deborah Tannen and Shelby Steele debate the impeachment proceedings of President Clinton.
December 14, 1998 -- Impeachment Coverage How has the media covered the House Judiciary Committee's impeachment hearings?
December 14, 1998 -- Different Perspectives Calvin Trillin and William F. Buckley debate their differing views on the impeachment proceedings.
December 14, 1998 -- Public Response How are the American people reacting to the impeachment developments in Washington?
December 11, 1998 -- Historical Vote Kwame Holman narrates excerpts from the House committee debate that led to the adoption of the first article of impeachment.
December 11, 1998 -- Political Wrap Our pundits discuss the Judiciary Committee's vote on impeachment.
December 11, 1998 -- Committee Reaction Two members of the Judiciary Committee discuss the impeachment decision.
December 10, 1998 -- Final Arguments The House Judiciary Committee hears summations from Democratic investigator Abbe Lowell and Republican investigator David Schippers.
December 9, 1998 -- The President's Defense How effective was the president's defense team?
December 9, 1998 -- Swing Votes Two moderate Republicans respond to the president's case against impeachment.
December 9, 1998 -- Extended Excerpts Kwame Holman narrates extended excerpts from day two of the President's defense before the House Judiciary Committee.
December 8, 1998 -- The Impeachment Hearings Full coverage of the case against the President.
December 8, 1998 -- Debating The Effects NewsHour analysts discuss the effectiveness of the president's defense.
December 8, 1998 -- Committee Reaction House Judiciary Committee members assess the case made by the president's lawyer
December 7, 1998 -- Making The Case Two legal experts discuss what type of defense the White House will present.
December 4, 1998 -- Political Wrap Mark Shields and Paul Gigot discuss the ongoing impeachment hearings.
December 1, 1998 -- Truth Or Consequences? Reaction from two members of the Judiciary Committee on the consequences of perjury.
November 27, 1998 -- The 81 Questions President Clinton answers questions about the Lewinsky matter put to him by the House Judiciary Committee.
November 27, 1998 -- Political Wrap Shields and Gigot on the 81 questions answered by President Clinton on the Lewinsky matter.
November 20, 1998 -- Political Wrap Shields and Gigot on the impeachment hearings and the resignation of Dash.
November 20, 1998 -- Impeachment Update Kwame Holman has an update on the impeachment story, including Sam Dash's decision to resign from the office of the independent counsel.
November 19, 1998 -- The Impeachment Hearing Complete coverage of Kenneth Starr's testimony before the House Judiciary Committee.
November 19, 1998 -- Congressional Reactions Two members of the House Judiciary Committee discuss Kenneth Starr's testimony.
November 19, 1998 -- Analysis & Commentary Evaluating Independent Counsel Starr's appearance before the impeachment inquiry.
November 18, 1998 -- Leaking The Story? Did Independent Council Kenneth Starr leak parts of his investigation to the press?
November 17, 1998 -- The Committee A look at the House Judiciary Committee as it prepares for the impeachment hearings.
November 13, 1998 -- Political Wrap Shields and Gigot on Paula Jones, impeachment and Iraq.
November 9, 1998 -- Supreme Court Review The High Court hears arguments regarding the Starr investigation and school vouchers.
November 9, 1998 -- Impeachable Offenses? House Judiciary Sub-Committee members disagreed as to the definition of an impeachable offense.
November 5, 1998 -- Starr Witness The House Judiciary Committee prepares to hear from Independent Counsel Ken Starr.
November 5, 1998 -- Closer To Impeachment? Our regional commentators join Margaret Warner to discuss Judiciary Committee Chairman Henry Hyde's announcement of an impeachment inquiry
October 22, 1998 -- Campaign Ads How has the White House scandal figured in the 1998 Congressional races?
October 16, 1998 --Race Politics? Elizabeth Brackett reports on why a majority of African-Americans are standing by President Clinton.
October 14, 1998 --ConversationTerence Smith has a conversation with Calvin Trillin.
October 13, 1998 -- Conversation Elizabeth Farnsworth speaks with author Shelby Steele.
October 9, 1998 -- Political Wrap Pundits Shields and Gigot on the impeachment vote and the budget battle.
October 9, 1998 -- Conversations Terence Smith has a conversation with linguist Deborah Tannen about the Clinton-Lewinsky matter.
October 8, 1998 -- The Vote The House votes to pursue a formal impeachment hearing against President Clinton.
October 8, 1998 -- Historical Perspective Phil Ponce gets the historical view of the impeachment inquiry vote.
October 7, 1998 -- A Historic Vote The House prepares to vote on beginning an impeachment inquiry.
October 7, 1998 --Conversation With William Buckley Part III in a series of conversations on the issues raised by the investigation on President Clinton.
October 6, 1998 -- Impeachment Inquiry Kwame Holman sets up a discussion with our regional commentators, who take a look at the House impeachment process so far.
October 5, 1998 -- Impeachment Debate Excerpts from the House Judiciary Committee debate on whether or not to launch an impeachment inquiry against President Clinton. Kwame Holman reports.
October 5, 1998 -- Hearings Begin The Judiciary Committee voted to commence with a formal impeachment inquiry into the Lewinsky matter. Margaret Warner and guests discuss the proceedings that led to the Committee's decision.
October 2, 1998 -- More Starr Evidence Excerpts from the grand jury testimony of Vernon Jordan and Bettie Currie and the phone conversations of Linda Tripp and Monica Lewinsky.
October 1, 1998 -- Starr's Tactics Anthony Lewis and Stuart Taylor join Margaret Warner to discuss the methods of the Starr Investigation on President Clinton.
September 30, 1998 -- Conversation On Privacy Part II in a series on coversations about issues raised by the Clinton/Lewinsky scandal. Phil Ponce speaks with Yale Law Professor Stephen Carter.
September 29, 1998 -- Conversation On Clinton Elizabeth Farnsworth has a conversation with Stephen Carter on issues raised by the Clinton/Lewinsky Scandal.
September 25, 1998 -- From The Classroom A look at how Omaha's schools are handling the Lewinsky matter.
September 24, 1998 -- Impeachment? Excerpts from the Judiciary Committee news conference reagrding the impeachment inquiry.
September 24, 1998 -- Omaha Women's Views Monica Lewinsky's peers discuss the White House scandal.
September 23, 1998 -- Views From The Pulpit Omaha's religious leaders on the president's moral standing.
September 23, 1998 -- Public Opinion Margaret Warner is joined by three pollsters to examine the latest opinion surveys on President Clinton.
September 22, 1998 -- How Is It Playing? The heartland of America reacts to President Clinton's testimony.
September 22, 1998 -- Going To The Tape How well did the media handle the president's grand jury appearance?
September 22, 1998 -- Congressional Views Four members of the House Judiciary Committee join Jim Lehrer to discuss President Clinton's grand jury testimony.
September 21, 1998 -- Damage Assessment What will be the impact of the president's videotaped testimony?
September 21, 1998 -- The Perjury Issue Did the president commit perjury before the grand jury?
September 21, 1998 -- Making His Case Excerpts from Clinton's grand jury testimony. Terence Smith reports.
September 21, 1998 -- Clinton's Grand Jury Testimony Extended excerpts from President Clinton's grand jury testimony, narrated by Kwame Holman.
September 18, 1998 -- Going Public The Judiciary Committee voted to release President Clinton's grand jury testimony on Monday.
September 17, 1998 -- The Tape Debate Should the House release President Clinton's videotaped testimony?
September 16, 1998 -- Senator Daschle A partisan atmosphere is sweeping Capitol Hill as lawmakers debate whether to release the video of President Clinton's grand jury testimony. Senator Minority leader Tom Daschle discusses his view of the current political crisis.
September 16, 1998 -- President's News Conference President Clinton fields questions regarding the Starr Report at a joint news confernce with visiting Czech President Vaclav Havel.
September 15, 1998 -- Polling Clinton Andrew Kohut analyzes public opinion of President Clinton, while our five regional commentators compare how public opinion fits in with their paper's editorials.
September 3, 1998 -- Should He Resign? Four Senators debate whether President Clinton should resign.
September 2, 1998 -- Divided Attention Can the president successfully conduct foreign policy in the middle of a domestic crisis?
August 19, 1998 -- Press And The People Polls say the public is sick of the Lewinsky story. So why won't the press drop it?
August 19, 1998 -- Should He Resign? Senator John Ashcroft (R-MO), and Congressman Barney Frank (D-MA) debate whether President Clinton should resign for misleading the public.
August 18, 1998 -- Denver Reacts Betty Anne Bowser sat down with a group of voters from Denver to discuss the President's speech and it possible implications.
August 18, 1998 -- Political Wrap After testifying before Kenneth Starr's grand jury, President Clinton addressed the nation on his "inappropriate relationship" with Monica Lewinsky.
August 18, 1998 -- From the Newsroom Dan Balz, reporter for The Washington Post, reports on the day after President Clinton's big speech.
August 18, 1998 -- What Do People Think? Pollster Andy Kohut explores America's opinion of its president.
August 17, 1998 -- The Moment Of Truth? President Clinton speaks to the nation about his grand jury testimony.
August 17, 1998 -- Unfit To Print? Has the press covered the Starr investigation fairly and responsibly?
August 17, 1998 -- Jury Deliberations Has the Starr investigation misused the grand jury process?
August 17, 1998 -- Tracking The Story After a day of testifying before the grand jury, President Clinton prepares to address.
August 13, 1998 -- Impact On The Presidency What impact will the Starr investigation have on the institution of of the presidency?
August 7, 1998 -- Public Disinterest Our commentators assess the public's view of the Starr investigation.
July 30, 1998 -- Making His Case Should the president address the public on the Monica Lewinsky matter?
July 28, 1998 -- Legal Immunity Jim Lehrer discusses Monica Lewinsky's immunity deal with University of Colorado law professor Paul Campos.
July 28, 1998 -- A Immunity Granted Our pundits discuss the political impact of Monica Lewinsky's immunity deal.
July 27, 1998 -- A Presidential Subpoena Could a move by Ken Starr to subpoena President Clinton lead to a constitutional showdown?
July 21, 1998 -- Starr Witnesses The NewsHour's regional commentators discuss Chief Justice William Rehnquist's decision not to keep secret service agents from testifying in front of the grand jury in the Monica Lewinsky matter.
July 16, 1998 -- Appealing To The Top Ruth Marcus of The Washington Post discusses the Starr investigation.
July 15, 1998 -- No More Secrets? Can the Justice Dept. keep Secret Service testimony from a grand jury?
July 2, 1998 -- "Fishing Expedition"A federal judge says Kenneth Starr exceeded his prosecutorial powers.
June 4, 1998 -- Clinton's Legal Woes The Supreme Court refused to hear from Independent Cousel Kenneth Starr.
June 1, 1998 -- Tracking the Story An update on the executive privilege case.
May 29, 1998 -- Political Wrap Our pundits discuss the executive privilege case and new events in the Starr investigation.
May 28, 1998 -- A Starr Update Ruth Marcus, of the Washington Post, joins Margaret Warner in a Starr investigation update.
May 14, 1998 -- Tracking the Story An update on the Starr Investigation.
May 6, 1998 -- A Starr Investigation Update President Clinton's claim of executive privilege has been denied.
May 6, 1998 -- Privilege Denied A debate over executive privilege with two former White House counsels.
May 1, 1998 -- A Starr Investigation Update A report on the week's developments in the Starr Investigation.
April 30, 1998 -- Pressing Questions The NewsHour's commentators assess the President's press conference.
April 16, 1998 -- New Developments A report and discussion on the developments in the Starr investigation and the Paula Jones case.
April 13, 1998 -- Starr vs. BookstoresThe NewsHour looks into what rights people have under the First Amendment to protect the privacy of their book purchases.
April 2, 1998 -- What Next? Margaret Warner gets an update on the Starr investigation.
April 1, 1998 -- Insufficient Grounds A judge dismisses Paula Jones' sexual harassment case against the president.
March 20, 1998 - Double Standard How have women's groups responded to allegations against the president?
March 17, 1998 - Willey's Impact Commentators discuss the impact that Willey has had on the public opinion polls of President Clinton.
March 16, 1998 - He Said, She Said The president denies the latest allegations of sexual misconduct.
March 13, 1998 - Paula Jones Update Margaret Warner discusses the Paula Jones case with Washington Post correspondent, Dan Balz.
March 5, 1998 - Starr Investigation The Washington Post reports details of President Clinton's sealed deposition.
March 3, 1998 - Tracking The Story Dan Balz of the Washington Post discusses Vernon Jordan's testimony.
February 26, 1998 - Off The Record Is Kenneth Starr's investigation infringing on First Amendment rights?
February 24, 1998 -Starr Witness Clinton Aide Sidney Blumenthal is called before a grand jury.
February 19, 1998 - Executive Privilege Two former White House counsels discuss the current confrontation between the independent counsel and the Clinton administration regarding the use of executive privilege.
February 18, 1998 -Executive Privilege Margaret Warner and Dan Balz discuss the events around the Clinton Investigation.
February 13, 1998 - Acting Independently Our presidential historians, joined by Professor Katy Harriger, offer some historical perspectives on the role of the independent counsel.
February12, 1998 --In The Line Of Fire Can Kenneth Starr require Secret Service officers to testify?
February 10, 1998 -- Investigating The President Reaction to Marcia Lewis grand jury testimony with Dan Balz of The Washington Post.
February 6, 1998 -- Out Of Control? - Part I Rahm Emanuel, senior adviser to the President for policy and strategy, discusses the series of leaks the Starr investigation.
February 6, 1998 -- Out Of Control? - Part II Two former White House Counsels and a television producer discuss the leaks from the Starr investigation.
February 6, 1998 -- Beyond The Beltway What's one city's take on the developing White House scandal?
February 6, 1998 -- Political Wrap Our pundits discuss the regional response to the presidential crisis.
February 5, 1998 -- Investigating The President Reaction to Independent Counsel Kenneth Starr's press conference with Dan Balz of The Washington Post.
February 2, 1998 -- Investigating The President The latest developments in the Clinton investigation with Dan Balz of The Washington Post.
January 29, 1998 -- Overexposure? Has the media's coverage of the White House crisis gone too far?
January 28, 1998 --Reaction On The Hill Congressional reaction to President Clinton's State of the Union address and the allegations that surround him.
January 28, 1998 --From The Newsroom More on the White House crisis with Dan Balz of The Washington Post.
January 27, 1998 --Regional Reaction Regional commentators discuss the first lady's reaction to the Clinton-Lewinsky scandal.
January 23, 1998 --Political Wrap Our pundits discuss the President's chances of surviving the latest scandal.
January 22, 1998 --The President & The Law The legal ramifications of allegations against the President.
January 22, 1998 --Crisis In Perspective A panel of historians explores the impact of scandal on the Presidency.
January 22, 1998 --Shields & Gigot Our pundits discuss the political implications of President Clinton's alleged affair.
January 21, 1998 --President Clinton In an exclusive NewsHour interview, President Clinton denies he interfered with an investigation into a reported affair, discusses his foreign policy objectives and expounds upon his domestic policy initiatives.
June 14, 1996 -- Misfiled Margaret Warner is joined by two members of the House Government Reform and Oversight Committee to look at the Whitehouse/FBI files case.
June 12, 1996 -- Regional Editors On The FBI files The story of the White House and the FBI files. Jim Lehrer is joined by the NewsHour's panel of regional commentators.
June 6, 1996 -- Travel Office Evidence has cropped up that Clinton staff members ordered the FBI to investigate the fired employees of the White House travel office.
January 5, 1996 -- White House Travel Probe The First Lady and the White House Travel Office is back in the news.
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