Monday, September 14, 1998

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  • Impeachment Inquiry Likely

    Senior figures in both political parties say it’s increasingly likely that the House will approve an impeachment inquiry against President Clinton in the next few weeks. Officials of both parties say they expect it to happen before the congressional elections in November.

  • Clinton Issues

    What impact will an impeachment inquiry against President Clinton have on political and cultural life in the United States?

  • Uncontested Congressional Races

    There are more than 50 uncontested congressional races currently underway around the country.

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