But shortly after the heavily redacted schedule was released to the press, it became clear that the document was raising more questions than it answered.
"There's no question that Ms. Lewinsky spent hours in the Oval Office, but it's unclear what she was working on," said Democratic operative Carol Foyler. "If she was in there supporting NAFTA, that could be very damaging to her politically."
On the campaign trail, Sen. Hillary Clinton defended the many redactions in her own White House schedule, calling the alterations "changes you can believe in."
Ms. Clinton said that if elected, "I will start redacting my new White House schedule on Day One."
Elsewhere, CIA analysts said they doubted the authenticity of a new instant message from Osama bin Laden, noting that the al-Qaeda leader has never before signed off with "LOL."