Friday, August 21, 1998
- Samuel Berger
The national security adviser discusses
the recent missile strikes.
- Diplomatic Response
Sudanese and Taliban representatives
react to the U.S. missile attack.
- Political Wrap
Our pundits analyze one of
Washington's most frenetic weeks.
Thursday, August 20, 1998
- The Briefing Room
Texts of speechs from President Clinton, Defense Secretary William Cohen and Gen. Henry Shelton on the strikes in Afghanistan and Sudan.
- A Network Of Terror
Who is Osama bin Laden? Who are
- Reactions From The Hill
Congress responds to U.S. military
strikes in Afghanistan and Sudan.
Wednesday, August 19, 1998
- Should He Resign?
Republican Senator John Ashcroft of Missouri today joined the call for President Clinton to resign. He debates wtih Congressman Barney Frank, (D-MA) over the best course of action for the president.
- Press and the People
Poll after poll indicate that the public is tired of stories about the president's relationship with Monica
Lewinsky, but journalists continue to produce wall-to-wall scandal coverage. Should the press drop the
story and move on to other issues?
- A Blast of Evil
The residents of Omagh were the latest victims of Northern Ireland's "troubles" after a bomb exploded,
killing 28 people and wounding 220. A splinter group calling itself "The Real IRA" took responsibility for
Tuesday, 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. Wall
Street Journal columnist Paul Gigot and syndicated columnist Mark Shields
discuss the political implications of the president's speech.
- What do people think?
Immediately after President Clinton addressed the nation on the nature of his
relationship with Monica Lewinsky, pollsters surveyed the American people's
reaction. Andy Kohut, director of the Pew Research Center for the People and
the Press, discusses the poll's findings and America's mood.
- Denver Reacts
Betty Anne Bowser sat down with a group of voters from Denver to discuss the President's speech and it possible implications.
Following an historic address in which President Clinton admitted to a relationship with Monica Lewinsky that was "wrong," the White House and the nation can't stop talking about it. Washington Post reporter Dan Balz discusses the day's events.
Monday, August 17, 1998
After an historic day of testimony to the grand jury investigating
his relationship with Monica Lewinsky, President Clinton admitted
to having an "inappropriate relationship" with the former White House
intern and expressed remorse for misleading the nation.
It is safe to say that the press has covered the Starr investigation.
But has it covered the story well? NewsHour media correspondent Terence
Smith reports on the press frenzy and speaks with Jim Lehrer about
this defining moment in American journalism.
Today marks the first time a president has faced a grand jury in a
criminal investigation. For over five hours today, President Clinton
testified under oath about his relationship with Monica Lewinsky.
Two former federal prosecutors discuss how Kenneth Starr is using
the grand jury to further his investigation.
Dan Balz of The Washington
Post reports on President Clinton's testimony before the grand
An intelligence expert discusses the arrest of a suspect in the African
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