Some trivia from and about Independent Counsel Kenneth Starr's report to the House of Representatives on his investigation into President Clinton's relationship with Moncia Lewinsky.
--Seventy witnesses appeared before federal grand juries in the probe.
--The report contained allegations of 11 "impeachable offenses," including charges of lying to a grand jury, lying under oath, obstruction of justice and abuse of power.
--The report totaled 445 pages, with 17 additional boxes of supporting material, including audio and video tapes.
--The White House's immediate rebuttal report to the House totaled 73 pages.
--The report alleged 10 sexual encounters between Lewinsky and the president.
--The report alleged that Lewinsky gave Clinton 30 gifts or more, and that Lewinsky received 18 gifts from the president, including a special copy of Walt Whitman's "Leaves of Grass."