November 1995 - President Bill Clinton, 49, engages in an affair with White House intern Monica Lewinsky, 22
March 1997 - The affair ends, according to Lewinsky. She said they had engaged in sexual encounters on nine occasions
September 1997 - White House employee Linda Tripp begins recording her conversations with Lewinsky after she confided in Tripp about the affair
January 7, 1998 - Lewinsky signs an affidavit stating that she never had a sexual relationship with Bill Clinton. This was at the request of attorneys representing Paula Jones, who had accused Clinton of sexual harassment in 1994
January 17, 1998 - News of the scandal first breaks on the Drudge ReportInsurance Loans Mortgage Attorney Credit Lawyer
January 21, 1998 - The Drudge Report publishes allegations that Lewinsky had kept a 'garment with Clinton's dried semen'. The story is picked up by major news outlets
January 26, 1998 - President Clinton denies the affair while standing with his wife Hillary at a White House press conference. He says the famous line: 'I did not have sexual relations with that woman'
January 27, 1998 -