This is an archive of Washington Post news and feature stories from May 1998 about the accusations against President Clinton. Links to coverage from other months are on the News Archive page.
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Clinton Given Deadline on Response to Starr
Pursuing Clinton Suits Him Just Fine
Starr Asks for Expedited Ruling on Privilege
Kramerbooks Vows to Stand Firm
Starr Busy At 3 Sites
In Legal Battle, a Tale of Two White Houses
Analysis: Echoes of 1974 Nixon Tapes Case
Ginsburg Urges Clinton To Fire Starr
Starr's Team Trying to Confirm Lewinsky Tapes
Jones's Lawyers Squabble Over Fees
Leader Weighs Secret Service Use
Ginsburg's Public Role Is Shrinking
Burton Aide Who Quit Has Not Left Yet
Walter Pincus writes that Kenneth Starr is like the proverbial bull in a china shop willing to attack a centuries-old privilege, without apparent regard for the broader implications.
Secret Service Agents Told To Testify on Clinton
House Demands Clinton Release Executive Privilege Documents
Pentagon Official Sorry About Tripp Disclosure
Clinton Refused to Order Secret Service to Talk
Declaration of Secret Service Director Lewis Merletti
May 11 White House Letter on Secret Service Privilege
April 15 Letter from George Bush on Secret Service Privilege
McDougal Book Takes Parting Shots at Clinton
Charles Bakaly: A New Star at the Independent Counsel's Office
Clinton Can Decide Fate of Independent Counsel Law
Starr Accused of PR Offensive on Leaks
David Brooks: Gingrich Should Target Democrats' Morality
Appeals Court Rejects Lewinsky Immunity Claim
Starr Cites Danger in Silence of Secret Service
Secret Service Dispute Pits Emotion Against Law
McDougal Ready to Talk About Clinton Testimony
Secret Service Cited Safety Concerns in Talks with Starr
Burton Panel Sputters as Immunity Vote Fails
Against Bitter Backdrop, Burton to Press Immunity Issue
Bull Market Boosts Clintons' Assets
Grand Jury Hears Oval Office Aide
Henry Hyde: Best Man for the Job
Pressure Stepped Up for Rep. Burton to Step Down
Some Reporters Heard Unedited Tapes
Gingrich Attacks Bring Energy, Concern to GOP
Alabama Republicans Uneasy About Attacks
Hubbells, Associates Enter Pleas of Not Guilty
Gingrich Remarks Trigger a Walkout
DeLay Turns Up Heat on Clinton Claims
Burton Apologizes to GOP Colleagues
Clinton Rejects Nixon Comparison
Legal Pair End TV Deal
The husband-and-wife legal team of Victoria Toensing and Joe diGenova said they have ended their television deal after criticism that it conflicted with their work as part-time House investigators.
Judge Rejects Clinton's Executive Privilege Claim
Analysis: Privilege Clash May Evoke Watergate
Media Lose Bid to Open Lewinsky Proceedings
Burton Delays Immunity Vote
Starr Argues Meineke's Appeal of Judgment
May 5 ruling from the D.C. Circuit Court of Appeals denying a motion brought by a consortium of news organizations including The Washington Post requesting media access to court hearings on legal issues arising from the Monica Lewinsky grand jury investigation.
Susan McDougal Indicted for Silence on Whitewater
Starr Asked Clinton to Urge McDougal to Testify
Burton Releases Hubbell Tapes
Show Airs Clinton Accuser
Monday, "Inside Edition" aired charges by a former flight attendant that Bill Clinton groped her on a 1992 campaign flight.
Text of the indictments filed May 4 by independent counsel Kenneth W. Starr against Susan H. McDougal on charges of criminal contempt and obstructing his investigation.
Democrats Hit Burton Over Tapes of Hubbell
Lewinsky: Self-Conscious Sophisticate Who Never Fit In
What's Bad Enough to Be Bad Enough?
The stunning dismissal of Jones v. Clinton answered, for the moment, the question of whether then-Arkansas Governor Bill Clinton sexually harassed then-state employee Paula Corbin Jones. But it left open infinitely larger questions about men and women and sex and workplace behavior.
Starr Compares Clinton's Case to Nixon's
Clinton Dismisses Attacks on Reputation
Indictment Claims Hubbells Lived Lavishly
Analysis: Has Clinton Reached His Pique?
Analysis: Is Starr's Effort Stifled or Unproductive?
Jail Tapes Portray Hubbell as Clinton Loyalist
Group Subpoenas Reporter's Notes
Judge Declares Mistrial in Hale Case
Coroner Discounts Prozac Dose as Factor in McDougal's Death
Six weeks before the debut of his journalism magazine, Content, Steven Brill is already making journalists nervous, apparently trying to unmask the anonymous sources of the various White House sex scandal stories.
Toensing Should Be
Fired for NBC Deal
Text of the federal tax evasion and fraud charges filed April 30 against former Justice Department official Webster L. Hubbell, his wife, Suzanna, his Little Rock lawyer and his accountant.
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