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Wednesday, October 20, 1999 Published at 08:43 GMT 09:43 UK


Profile: Lewinsky sees name in lights
Monica Lewinsky's high school peers predicted fame and fortune for the now infamous former White House trainee.
Key figures in the Senate trial
A look at some of the key figures in the impeachment trial of Bill Clinton.
Vernon Jordan: Smooth operator
The role of Vernon Jordan, a close friend of President Clinton, was a key issue for the Starr investigation.
Sidney Blumenthal: Starr witness
Sidney Blumenthal - one of the famous FoBs - Friends of Bill - was named by House prosecutors as one of three witnesses in the trial against the president.
Kenneth Starr: Bullyboy or crusader?
Kenneth Starr left office after five notorious years investigating Bill Clinton - but how will history judge him?
Betty Currie: Innocent or enabler?
As the president's secretary, Betty Currie was a go-between in the Clinton-Lewinsky relationship. But did she go beyond the call of duty?
President Clinton's best defence
The legal team defending President Clinton against impeachment charges in the US Senate stood in marked contrast to the House prosecutors sent to judge him.
Tough Hyde
One of the principal driving forces behind the trial of Bill Clinton was the eloquent silver haired chairman of the House Judiciary Committee, Henry Hyde.
Sex and the White House
Bill Clinton is not alone among US presidents in having a wandering eye.
Linda Tripp: Friend and foe
Linda Tripp is seen by many as the villain of the peace, the sinister figure who broke the affair - but is that a fair portrayal?



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