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By Los Angeles Times | November 25, 1994
Special counsel Kenneth W. Starr is expected to seek indictments soon against a number of key players in the financial scandal linked to President Clinton's investment in the Whitewater real estate deal, according to sources close to the case.Mr. Starr is said to be preparing wide-ranging indictments from a grand jury in Little Rock, Ark., against some well-known political figures, including Gov. Jim Guy Tucker of Arkansas and former ** Associate Attorney General Webster L. Hubbell, who was once a partner with first lady Hillary Rodham Clinton in the Rose Law Firm in Little Rock.
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By Edward Lee, The Baltimore Sun | August 30, 2010
Oniel Cousins said symptoms stemming from the concussion he sustained two weeks ago are subsiding, but the offensive tackle still isn't sure whether he will be available for the team's preseason finale against the St. Louis Rams on Thursday night. "I don't know," Cousins said after Monday morning's practice. "I've just got to play it out and see how it feels. Like I said, I'm getting better every day. " Cousins was at practice, dressed in his jersey, helmet and shorts. But he was limited to a few individual drills.
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NEWS
By Carl M. Cannon and Lyle Denniston and Carl M. Cannon and Lyle Denniston,SUN NATIONAL STAFF | February 6, 1996
WASHINGTON -- In a startling ruling that puts the White House ever closer to the core of the Whitewater scandal, President Clinton was ordered by a federal judge yesterday to testify in the criminal trial of Susan and James McDougal, the Clintons' former partners in the Whitewater Development Corp.The president's attorneys indicated last night that the president would comply with the subpoena rather than try to have it quashed, and that he would most likely testify by satellite or on videotape.
SPORTS
By Edward Lee, The Baltimore Sun | August 9, 2010
HOT DAY CALLS FOR "SIZZLE": Linebacker-defensive end Terrell Suggs has yet to suffer an off-day at camp this summer. The four-time Pro Bowler has been strong against the run and even better against the pass. During a full-team exercise Monday morning, Suggs sacked quarterback Troy Smith and then sacked and stripped quarterback Marc Bulger. TIP DRILL: Bulger lofted the ball to wide receiver Donte' Stallworth, but Fabian Washington broke up the pass. Before the cornerback could corral the pass for an interception, however, Stallworth tapped the ball away from Washington and managed to haul in the ball for a long reception.
NEWS
By Cal Thomas | May 31, 1996
WASHINGTON -- President Clinton has found nine women he could not persuade.They were members of the Little Rock jury that convicted his former cronies and business partners on 24 felony counts of fraud and conspiracy.Despite a massive public relations campaign and political intimidation by Clinton defenders against Whitewater independent counsel Kenneth Starr, the jury in the president's former playground performed with honor and distinction.The verdicts were "not good news for the White House," understated CNN's Bill Schneider.
NEWS
By LOS ANGELES TIMES | April 29, 1996
WASHINGTON -- President Clinton, testifying under oath yesterday in a criminal trial stemming from the Whitewater scandal, denied -- as he has previously in interviews with the news media -- allegations linking him to an alleged conspiracy to defraud two federally backed lending institutions.The president, whose videotaped testimony will be played at a later date in the U.S. District Court case in Little Rock, Ark., was questioned for nearly 4 1/2 hours by defense and prosecution attorneys behind closed doors at the White House.
SPORTS
By Edward Lee, The Baltimore Sun | August 9, 2010
HOT DAY CALLS FOR "SIZZLE": Linebacker-defensive end Terrell Suggs has yet to suffer an off-day at camp this summer. The four-time Pro Bowler has been strong against the run and even better against the pass. During a full-team exercise Monday morning, Suggs sacked quarterback Troy Smith and then sacked and stripped quarterback Marc Bulger. TIP DRILL: Bulger lofted the ball to wide receiver Donte' Stallworth, but Fabian Washington broke up the pass. Before the cornerback could corral the pass for an interception, however, Stallworth tapped the ball away from Washington and managed to haul in the ball for a long reception.
SPORTS
By Edward Lee and Jamison Hensley and Edward Lee and Jamison Hensley,edward.lee@baltsun.com | August 27, 2009
The status of a pair of Ravens starters is up in the air after defensive tackle Kelly Gregg and tight end L.J. Smith each left Monday night's 24-23 victory over the New York Jets at M&T Bank Stadium with injuries. Gregg is dealing with a shoulder injury and is not expected to play Saturday against the Carolina Panthers. Although coach John Harbaugh said Gregg would have been available to play if Saturday's contest had been a regular-season game, Harbaugh conceded that the injury was alarming.
SPORTS
By Edward Lee, The Baltimore Sun | August 8, 2010
The seasons have changed, but not Willis McGahee's approach. The running back led the Ravens last season in scoring with 14 total touchdowns but backed up Ray Rice, who is taking a significant majority of the snaps with the first offense at training camp. And McGahee emphasized that he is not worried about his spot on the depth chart. "They're going to choose whoever they want to start," McGahee said. "As long as I play, it's all good. " Only 28, McGahee still has the strength and athleticism to be a starting tailback in the NFL. He averaged 5.0 yards per carry and ran for 544 yards last season.
NEWS
By Carl M. Cannon and Carl M. Cannon,SUN NATIONAL STAFF | May 30, 1996
WASHINGTON -- President Clinton and his aides put on a brave public face yesterday in the wake of the guilty verdicts in the first Whitewater trial. But at the White House, the realization had sunk in that Whitewater is likely to remain an issue throughout the 1996 presidential campaign -- and possibly beyond."
SPORTS
By Edward Lee, The Baltimore Sun | August 8, 2010
The seasons have changed, but not Willis McGahee's approach. The running back led the Ravens last season in scoring with 14 total touchdowns but backed up Ray Rice, who is taking a significant majority of the snaps with the first offense at training camp. And McGahee emphasized that he is not worried about his spot on the depth chart. "They're going to choose whoever they want to start," McGahee said. "As long as I play, it's all good. " Only 28, McGahee still has the strength and athleticism to be a starting tailback in the NFL. He averaged 5.0 yards per carry and ran for 544 yards last season.
SPORTS
By Edward Lee and Jamison Hensley and Edward Lee and Jamison Hensley,edward.lee@baltsun.com | August 27, 2009
The status of a pair of Ravens starters is up in the air after defensive tackle Kelly Gregg and tight end L.J. Smith each left Monday night's 24-23 victory over the New York Jets at M&T Bank Stadium with injuries. Gregg is dealing with a shoulder injury and is not expected to play Saturday against the Carolina Panthers. Although coach John Harbaugh said Gregg would have been available to play if Saturday's contest had been a regular-season game, Harbaugh conceded that the injury was alarming.
TOPIC
By Herbert London | August 22, 1999
NEW YORK -- Geraldo Rivera has made a reputation for himself with grand events such as the opening of gangster Al Capone's vault.The vault turned out to be empty, as have so many of the claims from the TV talk show host. Yet, stories such as these, devoid of factual content, haven't stood in the way of Rivera's rise to television fame.He commands a salary well into seven figures. His television persona (on display on the CNBC talk show "Rivera Live!") is based on indignation -- over the way President Clinton has been treated, over the O.J. Simpson verdict, over political views he doesn't share.
NEWS
By Cal Thomas | May 31, 1996
WASHINGTON -- President Clinton has found nine women he could not persuade.They were members of the Little Rock jury that convicted his former cronies and business partners on 24 felony counts of fraud and conspiracy.Despite a massive public relations campaign and political intimidation by Clinton defenders against Whitewater independent counsel Kenneth Starr, the jury in the president's former playground performed with honor and distinction.The verdicts were "not good news for the White House," understated CNN's Bill Schneider.
NEWS
By Carl M. Cannon and Carl M. Cannon,SUN NATIONAL STAFF | May 30, 1996
WASHINGTON -- President Clinton and his aides put on a brave public face yesterday in the wake of the guilty verdicts in the first Whitewater trial. But at the White House, the realization had sunk in that Whitewater is likely to remain an issue throughout the 1996 presidential campaign -- and possibly beyond."
NEWS
By LOS ANGELES TIMES | April 29, 1996
WASHINGTON -- President Clinton, testifying under oath yesterday in a criminal trial stemming from the Whitewater scandal, denied -- as he has previously in interviews with the news media -- allegations linking him to an alleged conspiracy to defraud two federally backed lending institutions.The president, whose videotaped testimony will be played at a later date in the U.S. District Court case in Little Rock, Ark., was questioned for nearly 4 1/2 hours by defense and prosecution attorneys behind closed doors at the White House.
SPORTS
By Edward Lee, The Baltimore Sun | August 30, 2010
Oniel Cousins said symptoms stemming from the concussion he sustained two weeks ago are subsiding, but the offensive tackle still isn't sure whether he will be available for the team's preseason finale against the St. Louis Rams on Thursday night. "I don't know," Cousins said after Monday morning's practice. "I've just got to play it out and see how it feels. Like I said, I'm getting better every day. " Cousins was at practice, dressed in his jersey, helmet and shorts. But he was limited to a few individual drills.
NEWS
By BEN JORAVSKY | March 27, 1994
Chicago -- It has been clear since the first whiff of Whitewater wafted north from Little Rock, Ark., that what we have here is not so much a scandal as the death of a Great Political Machine.Obviously, this machine's a little different than most, at least in appearance -- not a fedora or pinky ring in this bunch. Still, the tell-tale signs are there: You've got a cast of characters, nestled together for far too long in the insulated confines of power. For 10 years their friend, Bill Clinton, was governor.
NEWS
By Carl M. Cannon and Lyle Denniston and Carl M. Cannon and Lyle Denniston,SUN NATIONAL STAFF | February 6, 1996
WASHINGTON -- In a startling ruling that puts the White House ever closer to the core of the Whitewater scandal, President Clinton was ordered by a federal judge yesterday to testify in the criminal trial of Susan and James McDougal, the Clintons' former partners in the Whitewater Development Corp.The president's attorneys indicated last night that the president would comply with the subpoena rather than try to have it quashed, and that he would most likely testify by satellite or on videotape.
NEWS
By Los Angeles Times | November 25, 1994
Special counsel Kenneth W. Starr is expected to seek indictments soon against a number of key players in the financial scandal linked to President Clinton's investment in the Whitewater real estate deal, according to sources close to the case.Mr. Starr is said to be preparing wide-ranging indictments from a grand jury in Little Rock, Ark., against some well-known political figures, including Gov. Jim Guy Tucker of Arkansas and former ** Associate Attorney General Webster L. Hubbell, who was once a partner with first lady Hillary Rodham Clinton in the Rose Law Firm in Little Rock.
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