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NPR News Special Coverage of the Impeachment Inquiry of President Bill Clinton

Clinton Apologizes Clinton Says He's "Profoundly Sorry"
Copyright © 1998 Reuters Limited

Live Coverage
Join NPR on-the-air and online for live coverage when the full House debates the impeachment of Bill Clinton.
Read the articles of impeachment.

Archived Coverage
Saturday, December 12, 1998
Listen as Rep. Bill Delahunt, D-Mass., discusses the hearings with NPR's Neal Conan and Nina Totenberg.
Listen to NPR analysis prior to Saturday's debate.
Listen to the morning debate.
Listen to NPR's Neal Conan, Nina Totenberg and Daniel Schorr.
Listen to the debate and vote on the fourth article of impeachment.
Listen to the debate and vote on censure.
Listen as the committee wraps up their discussion.
Check out our online report.

Friday, December 11, 1998
Listen as President Clinton apologizes again.
Read the text of the Clinton apology.
Listen to Chairman Henry Hyde's opening remarks.
Hear from the rest of the committee
Listen to NPR analysis of the day's debate.
Read the articles of impeachment.
Read our online report and our wrap-up coverage.

Thursday, December 10, 1998
Listen to Republican counsel David Schippers's statement in its entirety.
Listen to Democratic counsel Abbe Lowell's statement in its entirety.
Read our online report.

Wednesday, December 9, 1998
Full RealAudio Files
Read our online report.

Tuesday, December 8, 1998
RealAudio Files
Read our online report.

Listen to Committee Member's Opening Remarks
Sensenbrenner, (R-WI) | Conyers, D-MI | McCollum, R-FL | Frank, D-MA | Gekas, R-PA Schumer, D-NY | Coble,(R-NC) | Berman, (D-CA) | Smith, (R-TX) | Boucher, (D-VA) | Gallegly, (R-CA) | Nadler, (D-NY) | Canady, (R-FL) | Scott, (D-VA) | Inglis, (R-SC) | Watt, (D- NC) | Goodlatte, (R-VA) | Lofgren, (D-CA) | Buyer, (R-IN) | Waters, (D-CA) | Bryant, (R-TN) | Meehan, (D-MA) | Chabot, (R-OH) | Delahunt, (D-MA) | Rothman, (D-NJ) | Barr, (R-GA) | Jackson Lee, (D-TX) | Jenkins, (R-TN) | Wexler, (D-FL) | Hutchinson, (R-AK) | Barrett, (D-WI) | Pease, (R-IN) | Cannon, (R-UT) | Rogan, (R-CA) | Graham, (R-SC) | Bono, (R-CA) | Hyde, (R-IL).

Clinton Questions
Read President Clinton's answers to the 81 questions posed by the House Judiciary Committee.

Starr Testimony
Listen to independent counsel Ken Starr's 2-hour statement before the House Judiciary Committee.
Listen to an excerpt, as Starr sums up his testimony.
You can hear the entire day's proceedings, which have been divided into five segments.
Segment 1, the morning session
Segment 2, panel members question Starr
Segment 3, Democratic counsel Abbe Lowell cross-examines Starr
Segment 4, Clinton's lawyer, David Kendall, interrogates Starr
Segment 5, GOP counsel David Schippers questions Starr
The questioning became contentious at times. Listen to this exchange between Starr and Rep. Robert Wexler, D-Fla.
Listen to the NPR special wrapping up the day's events.
Read a transcript of Starr's statement.
Find out more about the day's hearings in our online report.

House Hearings, October 1998
Listen to NPR News coverage of the House debate and vote on an impeachment inquiry from Thursday, October 8, 1998.

House Judiciary Committee Debate, October 1998
Listen to the October 5, 1998 morning debate, the afternoon session, and the vote.

NPR Online Coverage
Impeachment Vote Expected
Committee Requests Impeachment Inquiry
House Prepares for Impeachment Vote
House to Vote on Next Step in Impeachment Process
House Orders Impeachment Inquiry
More on House Impeachment Inquiry
Impeachment Hearings Begin
Starr Ethics Advisor Quits
Impeachment Inquiry Reaction
Starr Faces Criticism
Impeachment Hearings Resume
Hearings Resume Behind Closed Doors
Clinton Responds to 81 Questions
Clinton Responses Made Public
More Impeachment Hearings
GOP Set to Expand Impeachment Hearings
Committee Hears Testimony on Perjury
White House Lawyers to Appear at Hearings
House Leader on Impeachment
White House Outlines Strategy
Clinton Lawyers Defend the President
White House Concludes Defense of Clinton
Committee Debates Impeachment
Judiciary Committee Approves First Three Articles of Impeachment
Panel Adopts Fourth Article, Rejects Censure Motion
Committee Chairman Urges Clinton to Resign

Additional Coverage
Check out our additional coverage of the Starr report including complete text and audio transcripts of the report and the rebuttals.

Your Turn
What's your reaction to the swirl of events as the Clinton investigation moves to Congress? Join the discussion.

Tell us what you think about the Starr report.

Share your views about the release of additional materials from the Starr report -- including the president's videotaped testimony.

Timeline
Check out our timeline of coverage of the Monica Lewinsky investigation this year.



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