Politics

  • December 15, 1998  

    On Capitol Hill, more moderate Republicans came out in favor of impeaching President Clinton. Jim Lehrer and guests discuss the latest developments, including an alternative to a Senate trial as proposed by former Senator Bob Dole. Continue reading

  • December 14, 1998  

    For opposing views about the impeachment proceedings, Jim Lehrer talks with Calvin Trillin, an author and staff writer at the New Yorker and a columnist at Time Magazine, and William F. Buckley, an author and editor at large at National Review. Continue reading

  • December 12, 1998  

    In a NewsHour special report, Kwame Holman looks at the House Judiciary Committee’s decision to approve a fourth article of impeachment and the vote against a censure resolution. Continue reading

  • December 12, 1998  

    In a NewsHour special report, Kwame Holman looks at the House Judiciary Committee’s decision to approve a fourth article of impeachment and the vote against a censure resolution. Continue reading

  • December 11, 1998  

    Kwame Holman narrates excerpts from the House committee debate that led to the adoption of the first article of impeachment. Continue reading

  • December 11, 1998  

    In a strictly party-line vote, the House Judiciary Committee voted to impeach President Clinton today. Margaret Warner talks with two members of the Judiciary Committee about the implications of the decision. Continue reading

  • December 10, 1998  

    The House Judiciary Committee heard summations from Democratic investigator Abbe Lowell and Republican investigator David Schippers. Margaret Warner gets analysis from John Labovitz, who served as a counsel in Watergate, and Douglas Kmiec, a former Justice Department legal counsel. Continue reading

  • December 10, 1998  

    The House Judiciary Committee heard summations from Democratic investigator Abbe Lowell and Republican investigator David Schippers. Margaret Warner gets analysis from John Labovitz, who served as a counsel in Watergate, and Douglas Kmiec, a former Justice Department legal counsel. Continue reading

  • December 10, 1998  

    The House Judiciary Committee heard summations from Democratic investigator Abbe Lowell and Republican investigator David Schippers. Margaret Warner gets analysis from John Labovitz, who served as a counsel in Watergate, and Douglas Kmiec, a former Justice Department legal counsel. Continue reading

  • December 9, 1998  

    Kwame Holman narrates extended excerpts from day two of the President’s defense before the House Judiciary Committee. Continue reading