September 20, 2000 -- Wrapping Up Whitewater Independent Counsel Robert Ray has concluded the Whitewater investigation. He discusses the six-year investigation with Jim Lehrer.
September 20, 2000 -- Wrapping Up Whitewater Terence Smith discusses the case with Michael Chertoff, counsel to the Republicans, and Richard Ben Veniste, counsel to the Democrats.
July 2, 1998 -- "Fishing Expedition" A federal judge says Kenneth Starr exceeded his prosecutorial powers.
June 23, 1997 -- Certiorari Denied By opting not to hear the case, the Supreme Court let stand a lower court order: White House lawyers must surrender notes from their talks with Mrs. Clinton to a Whitewater grand jury.
May 12, 1997 -- Public Or Private? The Supreme Court will decide whether conversations between Mrs. Clinton and lawyers concerning the Whitewater investigation fall under lawyer-client privilege.
April 23, 1997 -- Whitewater Starr Yesterday former Whitewater Independent Counsel Kenneth Starr sought and won a six-month extension of the Whitewater grand jury in Arkansas. Here to give us some perspective on this is Los Angeles Times reporter Sara Fritz, who's been covering the Whitewater story.
February 18, 1997 -- Bowing Out --- Kenneth Starr, the Whitewater independent counsel, confirmed reports that he's accepted a job as the next dean of Pepperdine University Law School in California. What will happen to the Whitewater investigation?
September 9, 1996 -- Principle Or Tactic? --- Susan McDougal went to prison today. Her refusal to testify about the President's involvement in the tainted Whitewater real-estate deal has led to a contempt charge and a two year jail term.
June 19, 1996 -- Troubled State In the past two months, Arkansans have seen their state's political system rocked by the conviction of its governor and scrutinized by the national media. Tom Bearden reports on how Whitewater has affected the people of President Clinton's home state.
June 19, 1996 -- Unindicted Co-Conspirator. Sources close to a second Whitewater-related trial indicated that Bruce Lindsey, a close advisor and confidant to President Bill Clinton, will be named as an unindicted co-conspirator.
June 18, 1996 -- The Senate Report: Opening the Flood Gates With today's release of the report of the findings of the Senate Whitewater Committee, the NewsHour looks back on what was almost a year of hearings.
May 29, 1996 -- The Verdict Washington and Little Rock have begun to react to the conviction of Arkansas Governor Jim Guy Tucker and Jim and Susan McDougal on 24 counts related to the Whitewater case. Following an interview with the forewoman of the jury, Jim Lehrer discusses the political fallout of the verdict with Shields and Gigot and Rex Nelson of the Arkansas Democrat Gazette.
May 28, 1996 -- Hillary Rodham Clinton In an exclusive Newsmaker interview, Hillary Rodham Clinton discusses the Whitewater trial, the coming election, public opinion about her and her experiences in the White House.
May 28, 1996 -- Whitewater Verdicts Following eight days of deliberation, the jury in the Whitewater criminal case returned 24 guilty verdicts against the three defendents. James and Susan McDougal, as well as current Arkansas Governor Jim Guy Tucker, all face prison terms for defrauding $3 million from two federally-backed financial institutions.
May 9, 1996 -- Presidential Testimony In his long-anticipated appearance via videotape, President Bill Clinton refuted the testimony of the government's main witness, David Hale.
April 23, 1996 -- Falling Star Over the past week, calls for Kenneth Starr to step aside as the Whitewater Independent Counsel have come from members of Congress and the press. Starr's critics claim his representation of tobacco companies, among other interests, pose a conflict of interest.
April 12, 1996 -- Key Witness Margaret Warner is joined by Sara Fritz of the Los Angeles Times to take a close look at the Whitewater trial now going on in Arkansas.
April 1, 1996 -- Image Problems Did an image boosting trip to Bosnia and around the Mediterranean help Hillary Clinton's popularity with American's or does the specter of Whitewater loom to large? Elizabeth Farnsworth looks into this matter with a panel of regional commentators.
Feb. 29, 1996 -- Whitewater RevisitedThe Senate Whitewater Committee considers whether or not to end its probe.
Feb. 22, 1996 -- Damage Control The Senate Whitewater Committee heard testimony from Deputy White House Chief of Staff Harold Ickes.
Feb. 6, 1996 -- His Day in Court A federal court in Little Rock, Arkansas, has ordered President Clinton to testify for the defense in the criminal trial early next month of the Clintons' former Whitewater partners.
Jan. 23, 1996 -- Her Day in Court Stuart Taylor, of Legal Times and The American Lawyer, talks about the upcoming appearance by the First Lady before a federal grand jury.
Jan. 16, 1996 -- Whitewater Revisited The Senate Whitewater Committee began a new week of hearings by talking to three lawyers who worked on the Whitewater issue for the President and the First Lady.
Jan. 10, 1996 -- Close Scrutiny Accusations surrounding her involvement in a White House travel probe, and the Whitewater controversy, have put first lady Hillary Rodham Clinton in the spotlight recently.
Jan. 10, 1996 -- First Lady: Image Problems? Jim Lehrer leads a panel discussion on whether allegations from the Whitewater hearings are hurting Hillary Clinton's image.
Dec. 22, 1995 -- More on the Whitewater Notes To discuss the implications of the release of the President's notes on Whitewater, Margaret Warner is joined by journalist Terry Lemons.
Dec. 20, 1995 -- Whitewater: Taking Clinton to Court? The full Senate debates a resolution that would take President Clinton to court for refusing to release documents to the Senate Whitewater Committee.
Dec. 20, 1995 -- Outside Counsel Jim Lehrer discusses the legal argument over Whiteewater notes, with outside counsels for the Senate committee. Michael Chertoff, is counsel for the Republicans, and Richard Ben-Veniste, is counsel for the Democrats.
Dec. 15, 1995 -- Senator D'Amato Elizabeth Farnsworth talks with Sen. D'Amato, the New York Republican who chairs the Senate Whitewater Committee, about the controversy concerning President Clinton's notes.
Dec. 15, 1995 -- Senator Sarbanes Charlayne Hunter-Gault gets a view of attorney-client privilege from Senator Paul Sarbanes (D-Md), the ranking Democrat on the Whitewater Committee.
Dec. 15, 1995 -- Whitewater Notes Kwame Holman reports on the confrontation between the White House and the Senate Whitewater Committee over the President's notes.