This program is 27 minutes long
(Studio: Charles Gibson) The question of whether Monica Lewinsky or President Clinton is telling the truth about whether they had a sexual relationship introduced.
(Washington: Jackie Judd) Source reports about the dress Lewinsky turned over to prosecutors and whether tests can link it to sex via DNA testing and about telephone messages from the president examined.
(Studio: Charles Gibson) ABC polls figures on the public's view of whether the president had an affair and if he should be impeached outlined on screen.
(White House: Sam Donaldson) White House reports on what Clinton might say about his testimony examined. [January 26, CLINTON - says he did not have sexual relations with Ms. Lewinsky.] The president's statements about their relationship reviewed and the three options open to the president, according to his advisors, discussed.
(Studio: Charles Gibson) Fire alarm in the studio acknowledged.
(Studio: Charles Gibson) Report introduced.
(Westerville, Ohio: Jim Williams) The victory in the Powerball lottery by a group of 13 co-workers from Westerville, Ohio, featured; scenes shown of the media outside the factory and from the Indiana mini-mart that sold the ticket. [Winner John JARRELL, WTVN Radio Bob CONNER, lottery winners' attorney Laurence STURTZ, Richmond, IN, store clerk Debbie PERSON, winner's wife Sandy JARRELL - comment on the lottery.]
(Studio: Charles Gibson) The lottery money reviewed. [Florida salesman Leo BERGERON - reacts to winning 100,000.] [Three Greenwich, Connecticut, MEN - criticize the pandemonium over Powerball.]
(Studio: Charles Gibson) Government annual survey findings on life span reported.
(Studio: Charles Gibson) Stock Market Report.
(New York: Betsy Stark) The big picture for the fluctuating stock market examined; statistics cited on the drop of most stocks on the NYSE and Nasdaq. [Four PEOPLE - say they watch the Dow Jones numbers.] [Merrill Lynch investment strategist Dick McCABE, Warburg Dillon Read market strategist Gail DUDACK - comment on the stock deterioration and a likely coming correction.]
(Studio: Charles Gibson) Interview held with market analyst Todd Buchholz about a possible downturn in the market. [BUCHHOLZ - says "the big guys" are looking for alternative investments by diversifying their portfolios; offers advice to the nervous investor.]
(Studio: Charles Gibson) Wages and benefits figures cited.
(Studio: Charles Gibson) The weekly look at how the government spends taxpayers' money introduced.
(Indianapolis: James Walker) The politics of the route of Highway 69 examined; map shown of the proposed mid-continent interstate that will run from the Great Lakes to Mexico. [I-69 Coalition president John CARRUTHERS, Indiana department of transportation Curtis WILEY, Representative Jay DICKEY, Surface Transportation Policy Project Roy KIENITZ - offer views on whether the costly highway is good for the country.] How Majority leader Senator Trent Lott overrode Dickey's hopes for the road to go through his district detailed. The estimated multi-billion dollar cost before the inevitable overruns cited.
(Studio: Charles Gibson) State Department warning to Americans in Saint Kitts and Nevis because of threats from a narcotics trafficker reported.
(Studio: Charles Gibson) The forest fires on Mt. Olympus in Greece shown.
(Studio: Charles Gibson) Death of television icon "Buffalo Bob" Smith of the 1950s "Howdy Doody Show" reported.
(Studio: Charles Gibson) The funeral procession and cemetery service for John Gibson, the Capitol policeman who was killed on Friday, shown.