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1998 Stories by James Ridgeway

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  • Bigger Creeps

    published December 29, 1998

    Contrary to Clinton's spin doctors, a trial in the Senate won't be easy. The indictments are harshly drawn, and Democratic senators concerned... More >>

  • Civil War

    published December 22, 1998

    With a self-satisfied smile tugging at his lips, chairman Henry Hyde pronounced the House Judiciary Committee's judgment on President Clinton late... More >>

  • Giuliani Trashed

    published December 15, 1998

    Although Mayor Rudolph Giuliani's presidential strategists may not realize it yet, New York City is becoming best known outside the metropolitan... More >>

  • Hyde & Seek

    published December 8, 1998

    With his impeachment hearings fast becoming a laughingstock, white-maned House judiciary chair Henry Hyde and his wacky sidekick, Chicago... More >>

  • That Girl

    published December 1, 1998

    Hillary as New York's junior senator, as Dick Morris speculated last week? A fetching prospect, but not likely, say the pros. Certainly, if... More >>

  • Nation

    published November 24, 1998

    Boy GeorgeDad's Aides, Past Deals Haunt Texas Governor Capitol Hill scouts for Texas governor George W. Bush are... More >>

  • Nation

    published November 17, 1998

    House DividedGingrich Fall Opens Old GOP Wounds The demise of Newt Gingrich and the likely accession of Bob Livingston... More >>

  • Money Talks

    published November 3, 1998

    With a week to go, you'd hardly know there were congressional races in New York City. Big-bucks incumbents dominate the field in the city's... More >>

  • The Veep and the Big Creep

    published September 29, 1998

    WASHINGTON— The political theme this election season is turning out to be all porn, all the time. Just as Republicans have already started to... More >>

  • Paranoia Runs Deep

    published September 22, 1998

    WASHINGTON — Conspiracy theories have become a way of life in America, no longer limited to paranoid crazies on the political fringe. Today... More >>

  • All in the Family

    published August 25, 1998

    Washington—probably the least discussed and most potent weapon in Capital politics is the Washington spouse. While the media focuses on the... More >>

  • Smashing Windows

    published July 7, 1998

    WASHINGTON--Lurking just beneath the surface of the events surrounding Microsoft--last week's Federal appeals court victory, the launch of Windows... More >>

  • Impeachment Fiends

    published February 3, 1998

    WASHINGTON--The real arbiters of President Clinton's future may not be Monica Lewinsky, Kenneth Starr, the various pundits and busybodies, or even... More >>

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