Probe into Ex-Clinton Official Ends with No Charges

The independent counsel's inquiry into former Housing Secretary Henry Cisneros ends with no charges, after more than a decade and $21 million spent. The final report accuses the Clinton administration of thwarting the inquiry — and reminds opponents of what they didn't like about the independent counsel law that expired in 1999.

Cisneros pleaded guilty six years ago for lying to the FBI about cash payments he made to a woman with whom he'd had an affair.

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