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Bill Clinton



  • New Book Sheds New Light on the Starr Investigation

    by Sean Wilentz

    Twenty years after Kenneth Starr delivered to Congress his report recommending the impeachment of President Bill Clinton, the former independent counsel has delivered a second report, in the form of a memoir, condemning Clinton all over again. 



  • Yeltsin: “Let Us ... Get Rid of the Nuclear Footballs”

    Possibly for the first time in U.S. diplomatic history, the “Nuclear Football” became a subject of a heads-of-state discussion when Russian President Boris Yeltsin proposed getting “rid” of it during a meeting with U.S. President Bill Clinton in September 1994.



  • When presidents lawyer up: A brief history

    by Steven Lubet

    President Trump’s difficulty finding lawyers who will represent him in his current legal troubles tells us much about his leadership style and the advice he is willing to accept.



  • New Fox Series: Bill Clinton's Scandals

    The first seven-episode installment chronicles the events that ultimately led to the impeachment of President Bill Clinton during the 1990s.



  • Why Trump and Mueller aren't Clinton and Starr

    by Julian Zelizer

    This comparison misses something pretty fundamental. Starr was working under the independent counsel law that Congress passed in 1978. So Clinton couldn't fire him.



  • A Consequential Presidency

    by David Greenberg

    Bill Clinton rescued his party from near obscurity a quarter century ago. Democrats would be wise to closely examine the lessons of his tenure as they set out to rebuild after the devastating 2016 elections.