The following are archived transcripts from past live discussions about the scandal surrounding President Clinton's relationship with Monica S. Lewinsky. For discussions on other topics, visit the politics talk section.
Feb. 12: "After the Vote" with Karen DeYoung, assistant managing editor for national news.
Jan. 22: "Washington Post Coverage" with Executive Editor Leonard Downie Jr.
Jan. 20: Washington Post Senior Correspondent Robert G. Kaiser
Jan. 19: Washington Post columnist David. S. Broder
Jan. 15: Harvard law professor Alan M. Dershowitz
Jan. 14: Washington Post Senior Correspondent Robert G. Kaiser
Jan. 13: Hotline founder and GOP consultant Doug Bailey
Jan. 8: University of Virginia Prof. Larry J. Sabato
Jan. 7: Washington Post Senior Correspondent Robert G. Kaiser
Dec. 16: Rev. Jesse Jackson, anti-impeachment rally organizer
Dec. 16: Rev. J. Philip Wogaman, Clinton minister and author
Dec. 16: Arianna Huffington, conservative commentator and columnist
Oct. 20: "Elections and Scandal" with Post reporter Ed Walsh
Sept. 29: National Organization of Women President Patricia Ireland
Sept. 22: "Congress and the Scandal" with Post reporter Juliet Eilperin
Sept. 16: "Defining 'Impeachment'" with Michael Gerhardt
Sept. 8: "White House Sex Scandal" with Post reporter John Harris
Aug. 4: "The Lewinsky Scandal" with Post reporter Sue Schmidt
April 10: "Impeachment Issues" with Rep. Bob Barr (R-Ga.)
March 10: "Has Ken Starr Gone Too Far?" with Post White House reporter Peter Baker
Jan. 30: "Presidential Crises" with presidential historian Michael Beschloss
Jan. 29: "Clinton and Lewinsky: The Politics" with Post political reporter Dan Balz
Jan. 26: "Clinton and the Character Question" with Post reporter and Clinton biographer David Maraniss
Jan. 13: Levey Live "Jones v. Clinton"
Washingtonpost.com has also collected and published the opinions of online readers' at key moments in the Clinton investigation:
Nov. 19: Impeachment Hearings
Sept. 21: Clinton's Grand Jury Testimony
Aug. 17: Clinton's Speech