U.S. soldiers and Iraqi police raided the offices and home of one-time American ally Ahmad Chalabi on Thursday, taking documents and computers, but offering no reasons for the move.
Sprinter Kelli White, who won the 100 and 200 meter races at the World Track and Field Championships, was banned from the sport for two years after she admitted to using performance-enhancing drugs. Jeffrey Brown discusses the widening investigation into…
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A court-martial sentenced Spc. Jeremy Sivits to the maximum penalty of one year in prison, a reduction in rank and a bad conduct discharge Wednesday after he pleaded guilty to charges linked to the abuse of Iraqi prisoners at the…
Commanders responsible for military operations in Iraq appeared before the Senate Armed Services Committee Wednesday to testify about Iraqi prisoner abuse. Two senators from the committee discuss the generals' statements.
The Senate Armed Services Committee heard testimony today about the Abu Ghraib prisoner abuse scandal from three senior U.S. generals whose authority spans from the Pentagon to the prison.
A court-martial sentenced Spc. Jeremy Sivits, who will testify against six others charged with Iraqi prisoner abuse, to a year in prison, a reduction in rank and a bad conduct discharge from the Army.
A court-martial sentenced Spc. Jeremy Sivits to the maximum penalty today for charges in connection with the abuse of prisoners at the Abu Ghraib prison in Baghdad. Terence Smith discusses the court-martial with New York Times correspondent Dexter Filkins in…
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Israeli forces pounded the Rafah refugee camp with missiles and machine gun fire Tuesday, killing at least 18 Palestinians in the largest raid inside the Gaza Strip in years.
Emmy Award-winning actor Tony Randall, best known for his comic role as half of television's "The Old Couple" in the early 1970s, died last night at age 84.
A suicide car bomber killed the head of the Iraqi Governing Council near a checkpoint outside the coalition headquarters in central Baghdad Monday, dealing a blow to U.S. plans to hand over sovereignty to the country by July 1.
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