Starr Brings Third Indictment Against Hubbell
November 14, 1996
Independent counsel Kenneth Starr secured a new federal indictment of Webster Hubbell, alleging that the former top Justice Department official lied to Congress and federal
Judge Dismisses Hubbell Tax Case
July 2, 1998
A federal judge dismissed the tax evasion indictment of Webster L. Hubbell, ruling that independent counsel Kenneth W.
Starr exceeded his authority in going after Hubbell and that the case was improperly based on documents the former Justice Department official turned over under a grant of immunity.
Susan McDougal Indicted for Silence on Whitewater
May 5, 1998
Whitewater figure Susan McDougal, the former Whitewater business partner of the Clintons who has refused to testify before a grand jury about the presidentís financial dealings, was indicted on charges of criminal contempt and obstruction.
Burton Releases Hubbell Tapes
May 5, 1998
Rep. Dan Burton told Democratic critics that their charges that he doctored transcripts of prison tapes of former associate attorney general Webster L. Hubbell were "rash" as he began releasing the tapes.
Indictment Claims Hubbells Lived Lavishly
May 1, 1998
A new set of tax evasion and fraud charges have been brought against Webster L. Hubbell, a former top Justice Department official and close friend of the Clintons who has already served time for embezzlement.
Analysis: Is Starr's Effort Stifled or Unproductive?
May 1, 1998
The probe of President Clinton has entangled vastly different people in a range of legal battles. Critics of the president say the cases show that he has tried to silence witnesses. Clinton supporters say the case show how little independent counsel Kenneth W. Starr has to show for his zealous efforts.
Starr Questions First Lady on Videotape for Grand Jury
April 26, 1998
Independent counsel Kenneth W. Starr and his deputies questioned Hillary Rodham Clinton about Whitewater for nearly five hours at the White House. A videotape of her sworn testimony will be shown to the Little Rock grand jury, which is scheduled to disband May 7.
McDougal Silent at Grand Jury
April 24, 1998
Susan McDougal again refused to testify about her business dealings with President Clinton before the Whitewater grand jury in Little Rock, setting the stage for a possible criminal contempt indictment.
Hubbell Got $700,000 for Little or No Work, House Probe Shows
April 24, 1998
Webster L. Hubbell received more than $700,000, most of it from friends of President Clinton and Democratic Party supporters, when he was under pressure from to provide information about Clinton in the Whitewater investigation, congressional investigators have determined.
Mother, Son Could Derail Starr Witness
April 19, 1998
An Arkansas woman who dabbles in astrology says David Hale, one of the chief Whitewater witnesses against President Clinton, received financial support from her former boyfriend and other conservatives who plotted to discredit the president. Hale denies getting money from them.
Starr Declines Pepperdine Because of Investigation
April 17, 1998
Independent counsel Kenneth W. Starr said that with "the end not yet in sight" for his investigation, he has scrubbed his plans of eventually taking a post at Pepperdine University in California.
U.S. Urges Starr on Alleged Payments
April 10, 1998
The Justice Department urged independent counsel Kenneth W. Starr to investigate whether a key Whitewater witness was paid by a conservative activist, but alerted Starr that he might face a conflict of interest.
Starr Report to House Underway
April 8, 1998
Independent counsel Kenneth W. Starr's team has already written large sections of its report on potentially impeachable offenses by President Clinton in the Monica S. Lewinsky matter, sources said.
Poll Finds Impatience With Starr Investigation
April 5, 1998
With the Paula Jones case dismissed, an overwhelming majority of Americans say independent counsel Kenneth W. Starr should move to conclude his investigation of President Clinton, according to a new Washington Post Poll.
Starr's Bill So Far: About $30 Million
April 1, 1998
Independent counsel Kenneth W. Starr has
spent nearly $30 million investigating President
Clinton and the first lady, according to a new report from the
General Accounting Office.
Chief Whitewater Figure Dies in Prison Hospital
March 9, 1998
James B. McDougal reversed his initial protection of the Clintons and began helping Whitewater prosecutors in hopes of getting out of prison before he died. But he died Sunday, a few months before being paroled.
Starr Is Urged to Curtail Inquiry
March 2, 1998
A top White House official Sunday urged independent counsel Kenneth W. Starr to end his Whitewater investigation.
The Roots of Ken Starr's Morality Plays
March 2, 1998
Independent Counsel Kenneth W. Starr's strong air of moral rectitude is the legacy of a childhood as a conservative minister's son.
Starr Decries 'Misinformation' About Team
February 26, 1998
Independent counsel Kenneth W. Starr lashed out at "an avalanche of lies" spread about his staff. But prosecutors returned the grand jury to the central focus of the investigation into Monica S.
Lewinsky and her ties to President Clinton.
Analysis: Some Uneasy With Starr's Tactics
February 13, 1998
A number of former federal prosecutors have expressed discomfort with weapons that independent counsel Kenneth W. Starr has used to try to make his case against President Clinton.
Clinton Accused of Urging Aide to Lie
January 21, 1998
Independent counsel Kenneth W. Starr has expanded his investigation of
President Clinton to examine whether
Clinton and his close friend Vernon E.
Jordan Jr. encouraged a 24-year-old
former White House intern to lie to
lawyers for Paula Jones about whether
the intern had an affair with the
Starr Probe Reaffirms Foster Killed Himself
October 11, 1997
An exhaustive three-year investigation by the office of Whitewater independent counsel Kenneth W. Starr has reaffirmed previous findings that White House deputy counsel Vincent W. Foster Jr. committed suicide.
Starr Probes Clinton Personal Life
June 25, 1997
FBI agents and prosecutors working for independent counsel
Kenneth W. Starr's Whitewater investigation have questioned
Arkansas state troopers in recent months about their knowledge
of any extramarital relationships Bill Clinton may have had while
he was Arkansas governor, sources say.