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White House Scandal At A Glance: Jan. 29

Latest developments:

  • Susan Webber Wright, the judge in Paula Jones' lawsuit against the president, has ruled that former White House intern Monica Lewinsky is "not essential to the core issues" of the Jones case, and has ordered that all evidence related to Lewinsky be excluded from the Jones proceedings.
  • Lewinsky is alleging President Bill Clinton urged her to be evasive about their relationship during a meeting with her on Dec. 28 at the White House, according to sources. Sources also say Lewinsky claims Clinton suggested she move to New York to make it more difficult for Paula Jones' lawyers to take her deposition.
  • William Ginsburg, Lewinsky's attorney, met for 45 minutes with Starr to discuss possible immunity. Sources deny rumors that talks have broken down.
  • The FBI is carefully going through Lewinsky's dresses, pant suits and other clothing taken from her Watergate apartment to see if there any stains or other residue that might link her sexually to the president, according to sources. So far the FBI agents have not found any solid forensic evidence, but are continuing their search, sources say.
  • Former White House Chief of Staff Leon Panetta was served Wednesday with a subpoena to give a deposition in the Jones lawsuit, according to process server Mel Shapiro.
  • Two federal prosecutors from Starr's office questioned Andy Bleiler and his wife, Kathy for four hours Wednesday in Portland, Ore. Bleiler turned over documents sent to him by Lewinsky during her time as a White House intern. Bleiler attorney Terry Giles said his clients described Lewinsky as a "sex-obsessed" young woman who has a problem telling the truth.

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Wednesday, Jan. 28 (01-28-98)
Tuesday, Jan. 27 (01-27-98)
Monday, Jan. 26 (01-26-98)
Sunday, Jan. 25 (01-25-98)
Saturday, Jan. 24 (01-24-98)
Friday, Jan. 23 (01-23-98)
Thursday, Jan. 22 (01-22-98)
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