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The House Judiciary Committee approved three articles of impeachment Friday against President Clinton alleging perjury and obstruction of justice. The final article will be voted on Saturday. Go to Article
VIDEO: Live Coverage of the Judiciary Committee Hearings
Issue in Depth: President Under Fire

Clinton Apologizes, Says He Would Accept Censure
Minutes before the Judiciary voted on the first impeachment article, Clinton apologized to the country for his conduct in the Monica Lewinsky matter and said he would accept a congressional censure or rebuke.Go to Article
VIDEO: Clinton

Pinochet Says H\
In a message to Chileans, Gen. Augusto Pinochet on Friday expressed "sincere pain for all the Chileans who lost their lives" during his regime. Go to Article

 
President Clinton apologized to the nation on Friday. Go to Article

SPORTS
DiMaggio Slips In and Out of Coma

INTERNATIONAL
Scores Killed in Thai Jet Crash

SCIENCE
NASA Launches Spacecraft to Mars





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FILM REVIEWS
Current Film Index
Find this weekend's new film releases and reviews of films currently in theaters nationwide.
VIDEO: 'Star Trek: Insurrection' | 'A Simple Plan' | 'Jack Frost' | 'Shakespeare in Love' | 'Rushmore'

CYBERTIMES
A Case of Spam and Free Speech at Intel
A hearing, scheduled to begin on Jan. 11, will decide whether an e-mail campaign by a former Intel Corp. employee to current employees is spam or free speech.

PRO BASKETBALL
Another Bad Sign for N.B.A.
The All-Star Game, scheduled to be played in Philadelphia on Feb. 14, was canceled for the first time since 1951.

ARTS
A Fashion Statement Draped in Cubism
"Cubism and Fashion," a new show at the Metropolitan Museum of Art's Costume Institute, centers on the work of several generations of 20th-century designers.

BOOKS
First Chapter: Roger Highfield's 'The Physics of Christmas'
Roger Highfield's compendium of seasonal science, excerpted here, explains such phenomena as how Santa is able to deliver all those presents so quickly on Christmas Eve.

LEARNING
On This Day
On December 11, 1941, Germany and Italy declared war on the United States; the U.S. responded in kind. See this historic Times front page and read an excerpt of text.

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