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White-Water Rafting Among Headhunters

The smoke of the village cooking fires mingles with the evening mist rising off the Kameng River as two Indian engineers appear on the balcony of the Dewana...

Winning on the Wild Water

"This sport is a lottery. You never know who will win," whitewater kayaker Elena Kaliska said with a half-smile last Wednesday, still dripping wet after stepping...

On the Beat: Catholics, Whitewater and Cinema

Top Three Stories of the Week: 1)The Catholic Church scandal 2)The final Whitewater report 3)Denzel Washington and Halle Berry Late last week, too...

The Long Raft Trip Comes to an End

The final headline about Whitewater went by almost unnoticed. After eight years, 3,000 grand jury subpoenas and three special prosecutors, the independent...

WHITEWATER TRICKS

This was it. finally, White House officials said, they were beginning to put the Whitewater controversy behind them by getting it out in the open. On July 9,...

WHITEWATER WRANGLING

COMING FROM JACK QUINN, THE NEW White House counsel, the internal memo sent around last month was odd for being so elementary. It ordered staff members to give...

WHITEWATER SHOWDOWN

WHAT ARE BILL AND HILLARY CLINTON trying to hide? For three years the First Family has virtually invited that question, and thereby helped keep the Whitewater...

Allowable Deductions

Bill Clinton probably winces every time he hears that the Whitewater affair has raised "another question." And he probably never believed that he would lay all...

Hale Storm Rising

In the part of Kenneth Starr's Whitewater investigation that actually deals with Whitewater, the key witness is David Hale. Hale says that in 1986, when he...

OF PRIDE AND POWER

As a tactic, humility was clearly not an option. Not for Bernie Nussbaum. In repeated exchanges with Republicans on the special Senate Whitewater committee last...

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