Monica Lewinsky's affair with Bill Clinton became international news in 1998. Now it's been given the Ryan Murphy treatment.
Monica Lewinsky says she's "nervous about being misunderstood again" as "Impeachment: American Crime Story" puts Bill Clinton affair back in the spotlight.
"When Clinton shined his light on you, there was no better feeling in the world," says Beanie Feldstein, who plays Monica Lewinsky in the upcoming show.
As the Duchess of Sussex Meghan Markle sits down with Oprah Winfrey, what are the biggest 'tell-all' TV moments in history, from Diana to Michael Jackson and Monica Lewinsky?
Monica Lewinsky walked off at the beginning of an interview in Israel after being asked a question about Bill Clinton.
On Monday, a 1998 memo written by Brett Kavanaugh was released in full by the National Archives, and it reveals sexually explicit questions proposed for President Bill Clinton about his relationship with White House intern Monica Lewinsky. Kavanaugh is President Trump’s Supreme Court nominee and worked for Ken Starr, the independent counsel who investigated a series of scandals during Clinton’s presidency.
In an interview with Yahoo's Global News Anchor Katie Couric, New York Times columnist Maureen Dowd said that "feminism died a little" under President Clinton. The response came after a question on why feminists did not balk more when revelations of President Clinton's affairs became public.