Ken Starr

“My view is that there’s ample reason right now for the House Judiciary Committee to begin an impeachment inquiry."
Her comment was just three words, and so was this praise: "For. The. Win."
Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh once worked for Ken Starr, the independent counsel who went after President Clinton.
Starr, the independent counsel while President Bill Clinton was in office, weighed in with Bloomberg.
"Putting the nation through that process is really quite wrenching," the Bill Clinton independent counsel says as Robert Mueller's investigation grows.
The former White House intern-turned-social activist is finally flipping the narrative.
It's a hard lesson to learn. But better late than never. Over the past year, however, we have learned at what cost those
It's hard to watch someone change their mind -- twice -- about how to answer a simple question.
Starr, the university's president until last week, is stepping down as a "matter of conscience."
Has Paul Ryan become so disaffected with Donald Trump that he quietly changed political parties, when no one was looking? We know the Washington Post just made a typo, but still, it's fun to think about, right?
The Reagan appointee and Clinton prober says Merrick Garland deserves hearings and a vote as a matter of "good government."