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"Findings of Fact": The pure spin behind the GOP's latest gambit.

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"R-E-S-P-E-C-T": The House managers whine about their "needs."

"State of the Conjugal Union": Clinton obscures his adultery by reinventing "family values."

"Harkin's Objection": Why Sen. Tom Harkin killed the "juror" metaphor in Clinton's trial.

"Opening Arguments": Should the Senate call witnesses?

"See You in Court": Why Clinton should force a Senate trial.

"Clinton's Final Escape": Why the GOP will spare his presidency.

"Wag the Doubt": The debate over Clinton's Iraq attack blazes new frontiers in cynicism.

"The 'Coup' Bomb": William Saletan says Democrats could blow up the impeachment process by crying "coup."

"Strange Bedfellow"

"A Senate Bestiary": The taxonomy of the Senate.

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