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On Wednesday, September 9, 1998 Independent Counsel Kenneth Starr delivered a 445-page report to Congress alleging 11 impeachable offenses by President Clinton. Here you can find NPR News coverage and the actual documents. The reports are graphic and we urge you to exercise caution when reading, listening or watching them.

Impeachment Coverage
Check out our special section with complete testimony and analysis from the Committee hearings.

Tripp-Lewinsky Phone Conversations
Read the transcript of the telephone conversations between Linda Tripp and Monica Lewinsky.
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Listen to Tripp and Lewinsky talk about the former White House intern's job prospects. They mention President Clinton, whom they call "The Big Creep."
Hear Tripp and literary agent Lucianne Goldberg talk about the taped conversations.
Listen as Morning Edition host Bob Edwards discusses the tapes with NPR's Nina Totenberg.

Vernon Jordan's Grand Jury Testimony
Read the transcript of Vernon Jordan's testimony.
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Betty Currie's Grand Jury Testimony
Read the transcript of Betty Currie's testimony.
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Clinton Testimony
Read the transcript of President Clinton's grand jury testimony.
Listen to the audio of the testimony.
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Segment 1 | Segment 2 | Segment 3 | Segment 4 | Segment 5 | Segment 6 | Segment 7

Supporting Documents
More than 3,000 pages of supporting documents were released with the video tape of Clinton's testimony for the Monica Lewinsky grand jury. NPR is compiling a complete archive.

Analysis of the Tapes
Read NPR online's coverage of the testimony.
Listen as NPR's Nina Totenberg reports for All Things Considered on the release of the tapes.
Hear analysis as All Things Considered host Linda Wertheimer talks with political observers about the tapes.
To hear about the related documents that were released with the video, listen as NPR’s Chitra Ragavan reports for All Things Considered.
Listen to additional analysis from Morning Edition.
NPR's Ray Suarez hosts Talk of the Nation with analysis from NPR's Martha Raddatz, University of Virginia's Larry Sabato and Zoe Lofgren, House Judiciary Committee member.

Full Text of the Reports
Starr report, the White House's rebuttal and the president's initial response in their entirety.

NPR Online Coverage
Starr Delivers Report to Congress
Clinton Damage Control
Releasing the Starr Report
Clinton Apologizes, Prepares for Report
Clinton Apologizes, Responds
Reaction to Starr Report
The Starr Report and White House Rebuttals
September 12 Reaction to Report
'Spinning' the Report
Starr Report: What's Next
Americans and the Report
Releasing More Evidence?
Clinton Unlikely to Resign
Debating the Release of Clinton Videotaped Testimony
Clinton Tapes to be Released Monday
Preparing for the Release of the Tapes
Videotapes of Clinton's Testimony Released
Initial Reactions to the Clinton Tapes
Details From Clinton Testimony
Reacting to the Clinton Tapes
Impeachment Vote Date Set
More Evidence to be Released
What's Expected From Supplemental Evidence
More Evidence Released
Assessing New Evidence
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
Starr Consulted Jones Lawyers
Tripp Tapes Released
Impeachment Hearings Begin
Starr Ethics Advisor Quits
Impeachment Inquiry Reaction
Starr Faces Criticsm
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

Program Specials
September 11 afternoon call-in hosted by Ray Suarez audio button with pollster Andrew Kohut and several lawmakers. Listen to the entire program.

Hour-long evening special hosted by Robert Siegel with reports from audio button NPR's Nina Totenberg, Mara Liasson, and Chitra Ragavan. Listen to the entire program.

Clinton/Havel News Conference Excerpts
President Clinton participates in his first news conference since the release of the Starr report. The joint news conference with the president of the Czech Republic, Vaclav Havel, took place Wednesday, September 16th at the State Department. audio buttonIn his opening remarks, Mr. Clinton said the two leaders had discussed the need to bring stability to Serbia's Kosovo province... the threat of terrorism... and the political and economic crisis in Russia. Listen as both leaders field questions -- the bulk of which dealt with the Starr report.

Clinton Apology
President Clinton apologized to Monica Lewinsky, her family and the American people during a National Prayer Breakfast on Friday, Sept. 11. audio button Listen to the president's remarks in their entirety.

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

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