This program is 28 minutes long
(Studio: Peter Jennings) Report introduced.
(Brussels: Garrick Utley) Ultimatum from NATO (North Atlantic Treaty Organization) to the Serbs that they must withdraw their heavy weapons from around Sarajevo or military force will be used examined; scenes shown from the NATO (North Atlantic Treaty Organization) meeting in Brussels, Belgium, and from the hills above Sarajevo. [UN commander General Michael ROSE - comments.]
(Studio: Peter Jennings) Reaction of President Clinton to this weekend's actions in Sarajevo noted. [CLINTON - says the international community will not stand idly by.]
(Studio: Peter Jennings) PLO (Palestine Liberation Organization) leader Yasir Arafat and Israeli foreign minister Shimon Peres shown signing an agreement settling most of the obstacles that have prevented Israel from withdrawing from the Gaza Strip and Jericho.
(Studio: Peter Jennings) The Whitewater case that has haunted Bill and Hillary Clinton examined; scenes shown of the Arkansas players: the Clintons, real estate investor and his wife Jim and Susan McDougal. [McDOUGAL, former state banking commissioner Marlin JACKSON, "Arkansas Democrat-Gazette" John STARR - talk about McDougal and business and politics in Arkansas.]
(On the White River: Mark Potter) The Whitewater land deal examined; scenes shown of the development area along the White River that the Clintons invested in through McDougal. [Jim McDOUGAL, Bill CLINTON - talk about the investment.] The finances behind the investors' purchase and the forming of the four-partner Whitewater corporation detailed. [Bank board's Steve SANDERS - says McDougal's assets got the loan.] Hillary said borrowing 30 thousand through McDougal's bank in 1980 to build a model home on a Whitewater lot. [November 1980, Bill CLINTON - talks about his political loss.] [Realtor Chris WADE - talks about the property.] McDougal noted acquiring Madison Guaranty S&L in 1982. [McDOUGAL - explains his handling of the Whitewater payments and his real estate trading deal with Wade.] [JACKSON - says the Whitewater failure was typical of the times.]
(Studio: Peter Jennings) The Whitewater case that has haunted Bill and Hillary Clinton examined; the issue of the credibility of Jim McDougal, who was indicted following the crash of Madison Guaranty S&L and is still under several investigations, detailed; scenes shown of McDougal in an Arkadelphia, Arkansas, restaurant. [McDOUGAL - talks about his life now.]
(Washington: Jim Wooten) The Clintons' investments in Whitewater reviewed; details given of ABC News' analysis of lawyer James Lyons' report on the Clintons' financial losses in Whitewater with many financial records shown, examined and explained. [During the '92 campaign, CLINTON - cites his Whitewater losses.] [McDOUGAL - says the 2/2/82 Clinton check was for a loan repayment, not Whitewater.] [Kingston banker Gary BUNCH - recalls the McDougal-Clinton loan.] The Clintons' claim of interest payments on Whitewater debts in 1978-1980 reviewed. The financial matters being reviewed by federal investigators and who repaid which loans outlined.
(Studio: Peter Jennings) The issue of the Clintons' blamelessness raised, including the taking of documents, including the Whitewater file, from the office of White House staffer Vince Foster, who committed suicide. [Special counsel Robert FISKE - says he will likely question the Clintons under oath.]
(Studio: Peter Jennings) Report from a National Insts. of Health panel that most ulcers can be cured by antibiotics because they have been found to be caused by bacteria and not stress reported.
(Studio: Peter Jennings) The United States Olympic Committee reported requesting figure skater Tonya Harding's ex-husband Jeff Gillooly to appear at a hearing to be held next week while the FBI believes notes found in a restaurant dumpster were written by Harding.