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The U.S. military and a militia led by Iraqi Shiite cleric Muqtada al-Sadr agreed to withdraw their forces from the city of Najaf. Ray Suarez discusses the truce with New York Times reporter Dexter Filkins in Baghdad.

The New York Times published a critique of its own reporting on Iraq's alleged weapons of mass destruction, and the editorial board admitted its coverage was flawed and relied too heavily on suspect intelligence sources. Ray Suarez discusses the Times'…

Several nations on the U.N. Security Council voiced concerns with a U.S.-British resolution on Iraq's transition -- a key part of President Bush's plan for stabilizing the country. Ray Suarez discusses the proposal and the situation in Iraq withZbigniew Brzezinski…

After 36 years heading 60 Minutes, Don Hewitt on May 25 stepped down as the program's executive producer. In the following extended interview, Terence Smith speaks with Hewitt about the changes in broadcast news, the role of the media in…

U.S. forces in Iraq continued their fight today to wrest control of the southern Shiite cities of Najaf and Kufa from militias loyal to radical cleric Muqtada al-Sadr. Gwen Ifill gets an update from New York Times reporter Dexter Filkins…

Ahead of the president's address, three regional experts assess what the president should focus on ahead of the transition and the proposal America and Britain are pushing in the United Nations.