Should President Clinton go public with his side of the Monica Lewinsky story? Two NewsHour historians and two political pollsters examine the president's options after his decision to provide videotaped testimony.
7/29: President Clinton's lawyers announced that he will testify before Ken Starr's grand jury. The testimony will be videotaped from the White House before Starr and his investigators.
Jim Lehrer and three verteran White House correspondents discuss the ramifications. IMMUNITY GRANTED
7/28: Kenneth Starr granted Monica Lewinsky transactional immunity in exchange for her testimony for his grand jury. This kind of immunity will offer Lewinsky full protection from
Pundits Paul Gigot and Tom Oliphant discuss Lewinsky's immunity deal and what it may mean for the president.
A PRESIDENTIAL SUBPOENA 7/27: Could a move by Ken Starr to subpoena President Clinton lead to a constitutional showdown? After a report with The Washington Post's Ruth Marcus, Jim Lehrer leads a discussion on the legal ramifications of Starr's actions.
NO MORE SECRETS? 7/15: The Justice Department challenges Kenneth Starr's bid to have Secret Service agents testify before a grand jury.
INSUFFICIENT GROUNDS 4/1: Claiming Paula Jones had failed to build a sufficiently strong case, a federal judge dismisses the sexual harassment lawsuit against President Clinton.
PRESIDENT CLINTON 1/21: 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.