President Clinton impeached Dec. 19, 1998 - Andrew Glass - POLITICO.com
On this day in 1998, after nearly 14 hours of debate, the outgoing 105th Congress approved two articles of impeachment against President Bill Clinton.
A House resolution charged him with lying under oath to a federal grand jury and obstructing justice. Clinton thus became the only the second president (and the only elected president) to be impeached, following President Andrew Johnson in 1868. (In 1974, Richard Nixon resigned as an impeachment vote loomed.)