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White House Scandal At A Glance: Jan. 30

Latest developments:

  • Evelyn Lieberman, the former deputy White House chief of staff, appeared at the federal court house Friday where the Whitewater grand jury is meeting. Lieberman was reported to be unhappy with Lewinsky's conduct during her internship and had her transferred into a job answering White House mail.
  • Ken Starr subpoenaed White House aide Bob Weiner to testify before Whitewater grand jury. Weiner called Democratic activists in Howard County, Md., who are urging a local prosecutor to investigate whether Linda Tripp broke the law when she recorded telephone conversations with Monica Lewinsky. Weiner said 24-hours later he got a subpoena. He called Starr's action an overreach of the independent counsel's powers.
  • Lewinsky's lawyer William Ginsburg, trying to win a grant of immunity from prosecution for his client, said a judge's ruling halting evidence gathering in the Paula Jones case related to Lewinsky is "a very positive result for Miss Lewinsky as well as the president."
  • Linda Tripp, the woman who recorded her conversations with Monica Lewinsky about her alleged affair, says in a statement she overhead a late-night telephone conversation between Lewinsky and the president.

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Thursday, Jan. 29 01-29-98
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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Friday Jan. 30, 1998

Tripp Says She Heard Lewinsky On Phone With Clinton
Indictment Looms For Buddhist Temple
Pandora's Web?
Judge: Secret Service Agents Do Not Have To Testify
Text of Linda Tripp's Statement
Another Odd Episode From Lewinsky's Love Life
Republicans Speak Out On Clinton Controversy
Second 'Near-Miss' Involving Air Force One

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