TIME has learned what President Clinton really said about Gennifer Flowers in his deposition.
Tripp of the Tongue
Linda Tripp breaks her silence by fax, denying she's part of a conspiracy and claiming to have been present during a Clinton call to Lewinsky. But why speak out now?
Clinton-gate: So Far, So Good
You wouldn't have thought it this time last week, but the President is in better shape than ever -- poll-wise and donation-wise.
No Deal for Monica?
Kenneth Starr continues to play hardball with Monica Lewinsky - and with Paula Jones.
The Last Word
When late-night TV wasn't turning against Kenneth Starr and his investigation yesterday, it was giving a little yawn at the whole scandal spectacle.
The Baghdad Bandwagon
As a near-inevitable attack approaches, Saddam and Madeleine make their plays for international support.
Freedom for the Net?
The government is ready to get out of the Internet domain business. Coming soon: the big battle over how it gets privatized.
Behind the Birmingham Bomb
An off-duty policeman was killed in Birmingham, Ala., in what is believed to be the first-ever fatal bombing of an abortion clinic. Is there an Atlanta connection?
South Korea Rebounds
(MONEY Daily) - Investors in the embattled nation celebrate a debt exchange deal, and their market posts its largest gain ever. Japan, however, isn't so fortunate.
The Citi Never Counts
(Fortune) Citicorp wants a billion customers in the next millennium, but that might be a problem: It can't even say how many customers it has in 1998.
TIME Daily Reports
Special coverage and photo essays.
Friday blues for the Dow. Market wraps in FORTUNE Business Report
"I am disturbed by the smear campaign that maligns Monica. She is a bright, caring, generous soul - one who has made poor choices." - Linda Tripp, Pentagon staffer and former Lewinsky confidant, in a faxed statement Friday.