'I Am Still Committed'
President Clinton's statement after his impeachment. Also from Dec. 19:
Livingston Resignation Speech
Gephardt Floor Speech on Impeachment
Rep. DeLay's Remarks on Impeachment
Sen. Lott Statement on Impeachment
Excerpts From Impeachment Debate
Henry Hyde Opening Statement
Remarks by House Judiciary Committee Chairman Henry Hyde, R-Ill, during the House debate on articles of impeachment against President Clinton. Also from Dec. 18:
Richard Gephardt Opening Statement
Excerpts From Dec. 18 Impeachment Debate
Hillary Rodham Clinton's Statement
Full statement by House Speaker-designate Bob Livingston.
'We Must Be Prepared to Use Force Again'
President Clinton's Oval Office address on military strikes launched against Iraq.
Lott: Timing Is 'Subject to Question'
Senate Majority Leader Trent Lott's statement on the U.S. attack on Iraq.
Judiciary Committee Report
The House Judiciary Committee report to the full House on the resolution to impeach President Clinton, including minority and additional views.
Senate Rules for Impeachment Proceedings
Text of the "Rules of Procedure and Practice in the Senate When Sitting on Impeachment Trials," drafted for the impeachment trial of President Andrew Johnson in 1968 and updated after the Watergate scandal in 1974.
Full text of the ongoing impeachment hearings held by the House Judiciary Committee.
Judiciary Committee's Articles of Impeachment
Text and roll call votes for the four articles of
impeachment approved by the House Judiciary Committee on
December 11 and 12, 1998.
Censure Resolution and Roll Call Vote
Text and roll call vote for a proposed censure resolution defeated by the House Judiciary Committee on December 12, 1998.
White House Counsel's Remarks
Text of White House special counsel Gregory Craig's remarks on House Judiciary Committee passage Saturday of the fourth and final article of impeachment.
Clinton's Rose Garden Statement
Text of President Clinton's remarks on impeachment Dec. 11.
Dec. 8 White House Rebuttal
Text of the 184-page White House rebuttal to impeachment charges, submitted to the House Judiciary Committee on December 8.
Judiciary Committee Letter to White House
Text of a letter from House Judiciary Committee
General Counsel Thomas Mooney to the White House counsel's office, granting two days for a defense.
Judge Johnson on Starr's Conduct
Excerpt from an April 28 order by Chief U.S. District Judge Norma Holloway Johnson, released Dec. 4, mostly absolving Kenneth Starr of misconduct allegations leveled by Monica Lewinsky's first lawyer.
White House Answers to Judiciary Committee's 81 Requests for Admission
Text of President Clinton's answers to 81 questions submitted to the House Judiciary Committee on Nov. 27.
Text of Sam Dash Resignation Letter
Text of the letter of resignation from Sam Dash, independent counsel Kenneth Starr's ethics adviser, to Starr on Nov. 20.
Listening to Lewinsky
Audio excerpts from Linda Tripp's tapes of her phone conversations with Monica Lewinsky, starting in October 1997, and the tape made from Tripp's meeting with Lewinsky on Jan. 13, 1998, during which she wore an FBI body wire.
Text of Jones v. Clinton Settlement
Text of "stipulation of settlement and release" in the case of Paula Corbin Jones v. William Jefferson Clinton and Danny Ferguson signed Nov. 13.
Prepared Testimony from History of Impeachment Hearing
Links to the prepared statements submitted by speakers at a Nov. 9 hearing of the House Judiciary Committee's Subcommittee
on the Constitution.
Johnson Order on Starr's Leaks
Section of a September 25 court order from Judge Norma Holloway Johnson, released on October 30, in which she appoints and describes the duties for a special master to investigate allegations of grand jury leaks by Kenneth Starr.
The 24 Media Reports Called Prima Facie Violations of Grand Jury Secrecy
Friday, October 30, 1998
List of the 24 media reports Judge Norma Holloway Johnson cited as clear evidence of violations of grand jury secrecy in her September 25 court order.
Historians' Statement on Impeachment
Full text of an open letter signed by 412 of the nation's leading historians and released on October 28.
House Debate on Impeachment Inquiry
Excerpts from the Oct. 8 debate on the House resolution authorizing an impeachment probe.
Swing Votes on Republican and Democratic Resolutions
House Resolution of Inquiry
The Oct. 6 House resolution authorizing an impeachment inquiry by the House Judiciary Committee.
Judiciary Panel's List of Possible Impeachable Offenses
Failed Democratic Motion Limiting Probe
Judiciary Hearing on Inquiry: Opening Statements
Excerpts from Oct. 5 opening statements by some members of the House Judiciary Committee on whether to refer a resolution of impeachment inquiry to the full House.
Full Text: Hyde's Opening Remarks
Full Text: Conyers's Opening Remarks
Statement of David Schippers, Majority Counsel
Statement of Abbe Lowell, Minority Counsel
Tripp Tape Transcripts and Other Evidence
Edited transcripts of Linda Tripp's secretly recorded telephone conversations with Monica Lewinsky, grand jury testimony by Vernon Jordan and Betty Currie and other documents released by the House Judiciary Committee on Oct. 2.
White House Brief for House Judiciary Committee
Brief defining "impeachable offenses" sent by President Clinton's legal team sent to the House Judiciary Committee on Oct. 2.
Proposed GOP Resolution on Impeachment Inquiry
Text of the proposed resolution to begin impeachment proceedings, released by Republicans on the House Judiciary Committee on Sept. 30.
Starr's Evidence, Including Clinton and Lewinsky Testimony
Full text of President Clinton's Aug. 17 grand jury testimony, Monica Lewinsky's grand jury testimony, and much more from the 3,183-page report published by the House Judiciary Committee on Sept. 21.
Sept. 14 Statements from Gephardt, Daschle
Comments about the Starr report.
Second White House Response to Starr Report
September 12 rebuttal to Starr's report written by White House lawyers.
Starr's Report to Congress
Full text of the report submitted to the House by independent counsel Kenneth Starr on September 10 and made public on September 11.
White House Response to Starr Report
September 11 rebuttal to Starr's report written by White House lawyers.
Statement by House Speaker Newt Gingrich
House Speaker Newt Gingrich called for decorum on the House floor. Other transcripts from September 10 include:
Excerpts of Remarks by Thomas Daschle
Excerpts of Remarks from House Rules Committee
Excerpts of Comments by Hyde, Solomon
Rules Committee's Starr Resolution
Statements from Starr, Kendall, Clinton
Transcripts of September 9 statements from independent
counsel Kenneth W. Starr, President Clinton, congressional leaders and
others involved in the Monica S. Lewinsky investigation.
Congressional Leadership News Conference
Text of September 9 news conference with congressional leaders after a meeting to discuss independent counsel Kenneth Starr's expected report.
Kendall Letter to Starr Requesting Preview of Report
Text of letter from President Clinton's attorney, David Kendall, to independent counsel Kenneth Starr and deputy independent counsel Robert J. Bittman, requesting an advance copy of any report Starr may send to Congress in the Lewinsky investigation.
Starr Letter to Kendall Rejecting Request
Text of independent counsel Kenneth Starr's response to President
Clinton's attorney David Kendall's request to receive an advance copy
of any report Starr may send to Congress in the Lewinsky
President Clinton's Speech to the Nation
Full text of President Clinton's August 17 speech acknowledging an inappropriate relationship with Monica Lewinsky.
Judge's Finding of Evidence of Leaks by Starr's Office
Text of the June 19 order by chief U.S. District
Judge Norma Holloway Johnson, unsealed on August 7, in which she
says news media leaks in the Monica
Lewinsky investigation justify an inquiry into whether prosecutors
broke grand jury secrecy rules.
Appeals Court Ruling on Leak Investigation
Text of the August 7 D.C. Circuit Court of Appeals ruling
rejecting independent counsel Kenneth Starr's efforts to stop U.S.
District Judge Norma Holloway Johnson's investigation of leaks in the
White House Account of Alleged Leaks
Excerpts from a July 10 motion by White House lawyers providing an account of the alleged leaks by independent counsel Kenneth Starr and the White House's legal maneuvers against him. Unsealed August 7.
Paula Jones Appeal
Text of the July 31 appeal filed by Paula Jones's lawyers.
Linda Tripp's Remarks
Full text of Linda Tripp's remarks outside the federal courthouse on July 29 after her final appearance before a federal grand jury investigating the Monica Lewinsky matter.
Appeals Court Ruling on Attorney-Client Privilege
Text of the D.C. Circuit Court of Appeals July 27 decision ordering presidential aide Bruce Lindsey to submit to grand
jury questioning in the Monica Lewinsky investigation.
Md. Prosecutor's Statement on Tripp Probe
Full text of a press release issued by Maryland State Prosecutor Stephen Montanarelli on July 22, denying a political motive for his investigation into whether Linda Tripp's tapes of Monica Lewinsky's conversations were made illegally.
Rehnquist's Opinion on Secret Service Testimony
Text of Chief Justice William H. Rehnquist's July 17 opinion refusing to
spare Secret Service officers from having to testify before a grand
jury in the Monica Lewinsky investigation.
Appeals Court Order on Secret Service Testimony
Text of the orders issued by the U.S. Court of Appeals D.C. Circuit on July 16 refusing to block Secret Service testimony. Also
included is a statement by Circuit Judge Laurence Silberman.
Appeals Court Panel's Ruling on Secret Service Testimony
Text of the July 7 decision by a three-judge panel of the
U.S. Court of Appeals D.C. Circuit, ruling that
Secret Service employees must tell a grand jury in the Monica
Lewinsky investigation what they observed while guarding the
Supreme Court Decision on Foster Notes
Text of the June 25 Supreme Court ruling against independent counsel Kenneth Starr, who had requested notes taken by White House counsel Vincent Foster's lawyer during a meeting shortly before Foster's 1993 suicide.
Starr's Supreme Court Petition on Secret Service Testimony
Text of independent counsel Kenneth W. Starr's June 2 petition to the Supreme Court seeking an expedited hearing on whether Secret Service personnel can be compelled to testify before a grand jury.
White House Response to Starr's Supreme Court Petition
Text of the June 1 White House response to independent counsel Kenneth W. Starr's Supreme Court petition on executive privilege.
Kendall's June 16 Letter to Starr
Full text of a 3-page letter sent by David E. Kendall, attorney for
President Clinton, to independent counsel Kenneth Starr.
Starr's June 16 Letter to Brill
Full text of a 19-page letter sent by independent counsel Kenneth Starr
on June 16 to Steven Brill, publisher of Brill's Content.
Brill Response to Starr's June 16 Letter
Full text of a one-page statement by Steven Brill, in response to a letter from Kenneth Starr.
Starr's Supreme Court Petition on Executive Privilege
Text of independent counsel Kenneth W. Starr's May 28 petition to the Supreme Court seeking a hearing on executive privilege issues.
Judge's Ruling on Executive Privilege
Text of Chief U.S. District
Judge Norma Holloway Johnson's May 26 ruling ordering presidential aides to testify to a grand jury.
White House Argument for Executive Privilege
Text of White House's March 17 motion arguing against compelling Bruce R. Lindsey and Sidney Blumenthal to testify.
Starr's Motion to Compel Testimony From Lindsey
Excerpts of a brief filed March 6 by independent counsel Kenneth W. Starr, seeking to compel White House aide Bruce R. Lindsey to testify. Unsealed May 27.
Ruff's Argument for Executive Privilege
Excerpt from a declaration by White House
counsel Charles F.C.Ruff dealing with the effect of the Paula Jones
sexual harassment lawsuit and the independent counsel investigation
on President Clinton and the White House staff. Unsealed on