Ken Starr died at the age of 76.
Ken Starr, a former Baylor University president who was best known for his role in the investigation that led to the impeachment of President Bill ClintonKen Starr, a former Baylor
He was born in Vernon and died in Houston of complications related to surgery, according to a statement from the family.
In the 1990s he was tasked with investigating the real estate investments of Bill and Hillary Clinton and their associates in the Whitewater scandal in the 1990s.
That investigation branched into then-President Bill Clinton’s alleged affair with staffer Monica Lewinsky.That investigation branched into then-President Bill Clinton’s allege
The investigation was marred with controversy.The investigation was marred with controversy.
Starr, a Republican, was widely accused of political bias in the probe. However, after initially denying the affair,
Clinton admitted to having sexual relations with Lewinsky. Clinton admitted to having sexual relations with Lewinsky.
Starr’s final report on the scandal charged Clinton with lying to Congress and abusing his presidential powers.
What's Next?Lizzo’s ‘Big Grrrls’ Wins Competition Series Emmy Click to play story