June 29, 1998 |
President Clinton's relationship with former White House intern Monica S. Lewinsky was "basically like foreplay," but "nothing was ever taken to completion," a new player in the inquiry told Newsweek. Dale Young, 47, a businesswoman from Scarsdale, N.Y., said Lewinsky told her details in 1996 about her alleged relationship with the president, according to Newsweek's latest edition. Young testified last week in the probe conducted by independent counsel Kenneth W. Starr.
September 22, 1998 |
Monica S. Lewinsky denies that she kept a navy dress with a stain of the president's semen as a souvenir. But it was never laundered, she says, because she has her clothes cleaned just before she wears them--and she never wore that garment again. Lewinsky's description of her navy work dress--"it's not a cocktail dress"--was among grand jury materials released Monday by the House Judiciary Committee. Lewinsky testified that the telltale stain occurred during an encounter on Feb.
May 27, 1998 |
Prosecutors have summoned Monica S. Lewinsky to provide them with fingerprints, samples of hair and a recording of her voice--and the former White House intern will comply, a spokeswoman said Tuesday. According to people familiar with the investigation, Lewinsky is scheduled to provide the new evidence this morning to representatives of independent counsel Kenneth W. Starr at the federal building in West Los Angeles.
March 4, 1999 |
On the day after Bill Clinton's 1996 reelection, Monica S. Lewinsky put on the black beret she knew he liked and joined a crowd of well-wishers on the South Lawn of the White House to give him a triumphant welcome home. For most Americans, it was the first image they have of her, a bubbly moon-eyed supporter giving Clinton a hug in the by-now familiar TV film clip.
February 7, 1999 |
Bit by bit, piece by piece, Monica S. Lewinsky has emerged from under layers of veils, the mysterious young woman at the center of a yearlong national spectacle. On Saturday, using videotape of her deposition, lawyers on both sides of the impeachment divide drew away yet another veil. But what they revealed was perhaps no more telling than the disembodied voice, the naughty e-mails or the flirtatious smile in endless video loops seen before now.
February 13, 1999
A timeline of President Clinton's comments and testimony about Monica S. Lewinsky and allegations of perjury and obstruction of justice that led to the Senate impeachment trial. * Jan. 17, 1998 Paula Corbin Jones deposition: Q: "Did you have an extramarital sexual affair with Ms. Lewinsky?" Clinton: "No." Q: "If she told someone that she had a sexual affair with you beginning in November of 1995, would that be a lie?" Clinton: "It's certainly not the truth. It would not be the truth."