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Friday, February 13, 1998

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  • Sexual Harassment

    A former U.P.S. manager has been awarded nearly 81 million dollars in an Iowa sexual harassment case.

  • Accused Right Wing Force in White House Scandal

    Hillary Rodham Clinton, in her first public appearance after the Monica Lewinsky scandal hit the news-stands, referred to what she described as a "vast right-wing conspiracy" against herself and President Clinton. Many believe that she was referring not only to Kenneth Starr’s agenda, but also that of Pittsburgh billionaire Richard Mellon Scaife.

  • Russian and U.S. Weapons Sales

    The Washington Post reported that U.N. inspectors in Iraq had found evidence of a 1995 agreement by the Russian government to supply Iraq equipment that could be used to develop biological weapons. In Moscow, the Russian Foreign Minister vigorously denied the report, but the story cast a negative light on Russia, just as the Clinton Administration is opposing Russian efforts to resolve the conflict with Iraq by diplomatic means.