Dick Morris, disgraced Clinton spin doctor and sex-scandal veteran, has come back into the Presidential fold. Meanwhile, Monica Lewinsky's lawyer announced he has sent the special prosecutor a formal immunity proposal.
The TIME Magazine Special Report
Legions of TIME reporters went out and got it: The sordid tale of Bill, Monica, Kenneth and the tapes.
Mother of All Diversions
Wagging the dogs of war: Iraq steels itself for attack. Is politics imitating the movies?
Netanyahu Goes Snub for Snub
President Clinton confronts the Israeli prime minister over his meeting with anti-Clintonite Jerry Falwell.
Princess Diana: The Logo
The princess's memorial fund will release an official logo, while an Egyptian court issues a ruling in a lawsuit against Queen Elizabeth II.
Joy in Denver
The Broncos ride Terrell Davis to a Super Bowl victory.
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A slow day for the Dow; it was off 30 at the close. But here's a tip: Oil. In the FORTUNE Business Report.
"All eyes, not only of the American nation but of the world, are focused on the state of the president's past unions." — Iran News, referring to Clinton's Tuesday address. The article added that Iran-U.S. reconcilliation "can only be after the presentation of a tight iron belt to the president of the United States — with a lock and key for Hillary."