Attorney-Client Privilege After Death
Lawyers cannot be forced to reveal their clients' confidences even after the client dies, the Supreme Court ruled, rebuffing independent counsel Kenneth W. Starr's effort to obtain notes made by the lawyer for
Vincent W. Foster Jr. shortly before the deputy White House counsel
Tripp to Tell Grand Jury About Lewinsky Tapes
After five months in the shadows of the Monica S. Lewinsky investigation, Linda R. Tripp finally will tell a grand jury next week about the secretly
recorded tapes she made of Lewinsky confiding in her about an alleged affair with President Clinton.
Judge Frees McDougal
A federal judge in Little Rock ordered Susan McDougal the former
Whitewater business partner of President Clinton who has refused to testify about his financial dealings – released from prison for medical reasons just four months into a two-year sentence for bank fraud.
Clinton Aide Appears at Grand Jury 3rd Time
Prosecutors questioned White House deputy chief
of staff John D. Podesta for the third and apparently final time about his involvement in helping Monica S. Lewinsky find a United Nations job in New York last fall.
Lewinsky to Turn Over Book Purchase Information
Monica S. Lewinsky has agreed to provide independent counsel Kenneth W. Starr with information about her book purchases, resolving a First Amendment dispute between Starr and the Dupont Circle bookstore Kramerbooks.
Lewinsky Offers to Tell Starr of Relationship
Monica S. Lewinsky's new legal team, seeking a deal to protect her from prosecution, has offered to have her testify that she had sex with President Clinton, but independent counsel Kenneth W. Starr wants her to plead guilty to some offense as part of any agreement, according to lawyers close to the talks.
Lewinsky Appeared Obsessed, Story Says
U.S. News & World Report magazine reported that it has reviewed some of the secret tape recordings of Monica S. Lewinsky's telephone conversations with a friend in which she reportedly discussed her relationship with President Clinton.
Starr Disputes Assassination Predictions
Independent counsel Kenneth W. Starr argued in a legal brief that predictions of a presidential assassination are overblown and cannot justify a court preventing Secret Service officers from testifying in the Monica S. Lewinsky investigation.
Didn't Tell All
Monica S. Lewinsky's first lawyer said
yesterday that she withheld important details --
such as receiving gifts from President Clinton
and job help from the president's friend -- when
she hired him to draft an affidavit denying a
sexual relationship with Clinton.
Editor Retracts a Portion of Starr Report
Steven Brill retracted a part of his article about the reporting of the Monica Lewinsky controversy and Attorney General Janet Reno said she is considering an investigation of Brill's allegations against independent counsel Kenneth Starr.
Justice Dept. Says Judge Erred in Her Secret Service Ruling
The Justice Department is arguing that a federal judge improperly disregarded testimony about the dangers to future presidents when she ordered Secret Service officers to disclose what they saw and heard while guarding President Clinton.
Starr Responds to Brill Report, Again
Independent counsel Kenneth Starr said that he did not know Linda Tripp provided information about Monica Lewinsky to lawyers for Paula Jones until days after they questioned President Clinton about Lewinsky.
Starr Defends Discussions With Reporters
Independent counsel Kenneth Starr said an article detailing his contacts with reporters "created a serious misimpression" that he illegally leaked information, but President Clinton's lawyers demanded legal action.
Lewinsky Coverage Critic Says Gift Needed Mention
Steven Brill, publisher of a new magazine on the
media, said that he should have disclosed
in an article criticizing the coverage of the Monica
S. Lewinsky scandal that he made campaign
contributions to President Clinton and other
Assassination Risk Cited in Ex-Agents' Brief to Block Queries
Former Secret Service agents have asked an appeals
court to block independent counsel
Kenneth Starr from questioning
current officers, warning flatly that it
would lead to the death of a
This Summer's Interns Brave A White House of Ill Repute
Before January, a White House internship was considered prestigious grunt
work long hours and no pay, but with occasional glimpses of big shots and a chance to make important contacts for future jobs. Now, in the post-Monica era, interns suffer from too much recognition.
Starr Admits He Talked to Reporters on Background
Independent counsel Kenneth W. Starr and his top deputy have often talked to reporters off the record about his investigation of President Clinton's relationship with Monica S. Lewinsky, Starr says in an interview with the new media magazine, Brill's Content.
Lindsey Comes Under Fire for Grand Jury Contacts
The White House denies that deputy counsel Bruce R. Lindsey acted inappropriately by consulting with Vernon E. Jordan Jr. and two other grand jury witnesses in the Monica S. Lewinsky investigation.