IN THE LONELIEST SPOT

CLINTON LOYALISTS THINK SHE'S NOT ON THE TEAM. NO WONDER REPUBLICANS WANT RENO TO KEEP HER JOB

Janet Reno's idea of a good old time is putting on an outfit she calls her "rough jollies" and hiking along the Chesapeake and Ohio canal path that links Washington's Georgetown neighborhood to Cumberland, Maryland. Since becoming Attorney General in 1993, she has trekked 84 of the canal's 180 miles, and she is determined--despite her recently diagnosed case of Parkinson's disease--to walk the rest of the way.

But it's not clear whether Reno will complete her journey while in office. Clinton has twice refused to say he wants to keep the 58-year-old Miami native in her job, and has made no...

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