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  • September 30, 2005   BY Admin 

    After spending 85 days in jail for refusing to disclose a source, New York Times reporter Judith Miller testified before a grand jury Friday after getting a waiver from the confidential source. Continue reading

  • September 30, 2005  

    New York Times reporter Judith Miller testified in front of a grand jury on the leak of a CIA operative’s name. Miller spent 85 days in jail protecting the name of her source until the source gave her a waiver, clearing her to testify. Washington Post reporter Carol Leonnig talks about Miller’s testimony. Continue reading

  • September 30, 2005  

    Anthony Shadid, Middle East correspondent for the Washington Post and Pulitzer Prize winner, talks about his book “Night Draws Near: Iraq’s People in the Shadow of America’s War” and the challenges of reporting in Iraq. Continue reading

  • September 29, 2005   BY Admin 

    Three nearly simultaneous car bombings in a mainly Shiite town in Iraq killed at least 60 people and wounded 70 others Thursday, a day after a roadside bomb killed five U.S. soldiers in the insurgent hotbed of Ramadi. Continue reading

  • September 29, 2005  

    A report on the Iraq war hearings presented before the Senate and House Armed Services committees. Continue reading

  • September 29, 2005  

    Top military officials told Congress on Thursday that plans to stabilize Iraq and build a new national army are working, despite the ongoing insurgency in the country. Two leaders of the Senate Armed Services Committee discuss the situation in Iraq and the military’s handling of the war. Continue reading

  • September 29, 2005  

    The media’s coverage of Hurricane Katrina’s aftermath has been criticized as some news reports of rapes and murders in parts of New Orleans appear to be unfounded. Following a background report, two media experts and a journalist who covered the storm discuss problems in catastrophe coverage. Continue reading

  • September 28, 2005   BY Admin 

    reaffirmed his confidence in the U.S.-led operation in Iraq in a speech Wednesday in the Rose Garden, saying troops were prepared to encounter an increase in violence by insurgents prior to next month’s vote on an Iraqi constitution. Continue reading

  • September 28, 2005  

    A new report alleges the Army’s 82nd Airborne Division abused Iraqi prisoners in 2003 and 2004. Two experts assess the allegations and discuss where the Army should go from here. Continue reading

  • September 27, 2005  

    Active federal troops were dispatched to aid with security and recovery in New Orleans after state and local resources were unable to control Hurricane Katrina’s aftermath. Two guests discuss whether the military should be given a more active role in responding to natural disasters. Continue reading