June 30, 1996 |
The White House assailed ABC News on Saturday for inviting former FBI agent Gary Aldrich to appear on a TV interview show to talk about his book on working in the Clinton White House. "This guy writes lies," White House Press Secretary Mike McCurry said of Aldrich, who is scheduled to appear today on "This Week With David Brinkley" along with White House senior advisor George Stephanopoulos.
September 14, 1996 |
A $90-million class-action lawsuit accuses First Lady Hillary Rodham Clinton, the FBI and others of harming White House employees of previous administrations by mishandling their background files. "Invasion of privacy is a serious matter involving reputation, emotional well-being, time and expense," Larry Klayman, general counsel and chairman of Judicial Watch Inc., said Friday.
September 13, 1996 |
A Republican-dominated House committee investigating the White House travel office controversy and other Whitewater-related cases has concluded that presidential aides sought to obstruct the inquiry and hide the role of First Lady Hillary Rodham Clinton, according to a draft report distributed to members of the panel Thursday.
October 5, 1996 |
A former assistant in the White House office of personnel security has told Senate investigators that she and others in the office were aware that some past Republican appointees were included on lists of FBI background files they requested. Mari Anderson, whose statement was released Friday by the Senate Judiciary Committee, said some files on past GOP officials were obtained despite recognition of the names, including former Secretary of State James A.
July 17, 1996 |
A Senate committee voted Tuesday to subpoena a central player in the White House FBI files case and force him to provide sworn testimony in a closed hearing later this week. Anthony Marceca, who said that he will invoke his 5th Amendment right against self-incrimination and refuse to answer questions, also was ordered to turn over to the Senate Judiciary Committee all of the government documents and computer disks he took home after serving as a temporary White House security official.
August 3, 1996 |
A former FBI agent told Congress that White House aides used drugs as recently as President Clinton's inaugural festivities, according to a deposition released Friday by a congressional panel. The White House immediately denied the report and denounced its source, former FBI agent Dennis Sculimbrene, who had performed background checks on White House employees for almost 20 years.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
December 28, 1997
I was filled with disdain when I read (Dec. 21) of the two young men who are attempting to receive the coveted rank of Eagle without meeting an essential requirement, accepting a duty to God. As one of two great-grandsons of the first president of the Boy Scouts of America who earned the Eagle award, I feel uniquely qualified to speak out. My great-grandfather, Colin H. Livingstone, envisioned an organization where young boys could be exposed to...
June 24, 1996 |
The Clinton White House has been troubled by a series of accusations that have gained new intensity in the past week. Among the overlapping areas of inquiry: * WHITEWATER This is the investigation into the financing of an Ozark land development, in which President Clinton and First Lady Hillary Rodham Clinton were among the partners. An independent prosecutor was appointed in January 1994 to look into the failed venture.