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Clinton Takes Cover
Our story thus far: Clinton and the White House spent the day hunkering down against Ken Starr's subpoenas. Meanwhile, advisor Vernon Jordan denied all in a brief presser.
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    Microsoft Takes it on the Chin
    In the other ongoing courtroom drama, Microsoft has backed down — the software firm will unbundle Internet Explorer after all. But Bill Gates is still fighting.
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    Pope’s Cuban Recognition Problem
    John Paul II gives his first mass in Cuba, facing an unusual problem: Many Cubans know that the pontiff is important, they’re just not sure why.

    Meanwhile, Back in the Middle East . . .
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    Book Him
    Jack Lord Dies at 77.

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    Business Bytes
    AT&T announces plans to slash its workforce; on Wall Street, though, all eyes were on the Prez. Dow down 63. The wrap-up in FORTUNE Business Report.

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    Daily Spin
    "I'm just doing the best I can for my country." — Clinton to Jim Lehrer during their interview Wednesday.