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Sen. Al D'Amato (R-N.Y.) announced that he would begin Whitewater hearings July 18, looking into whetherWhite House officials improperly handled Vincent Foster's papers after the attorney's apparent suicide. (Whitewater prosecutors are already investigating whether White House aides committed a crime by removing tax-related papers -- since recovered -- from Foster's office two days after he was found dead July 22, 1993.) D'Amato, who expressed frustration earlier this year that the Simpson trial was getting the kind of coverage his hearings deserve, promised further sessions through the end of 1995 and perhaps into election year 1996.