Donald Rumsfeld told reporters that the actions of U.S. soldiers photographed abusing Iraqi prisoners are "totally unacceptable and un-American." Two members of the Senate Armed Services Committee, members of which received a closed door briefing on the allegations, discuss the…
The U.S. military has reprimanded six American soldiers and admonished another in connection with the alleged abuse of Iraqi prisoners at the Abu Ghraib prison in Baghdad.
An Iraqi-led brigade peacefully took up positions in the Sunni city of Fallujah today, while U.S. forces faced continued resistance in the Shiite city of Najaf, where radical cleric Muqtada al-Sadr remains holed up. Terence Smith discusses today's developments with…
The U.S. military reprimanded seven soldiers Monday for mistreating prisoners in what a U.S. Army report described as a "systemic" abuse of those in custody. Experts discuss the circumstances of the abuse cases and what they may do to the…
In response to ABC News' decision to read the names of the more than 700 servicemen and women killed in Iraq during the April 30 edition of Nightline, Sinclair Broadcast Group announced that it will not carry the special broadcast.
President Bush said Friday that he was disgusted by the treatment of Iraqi prisoners, after pictures showing some of the allegations against U.S. soldiers were made public.
Washington Post reporter Rajiv Chandrasekaran, reports from Fallujah about a new Iraqi military unit that has joined U.S. Marines there.
On a special edition of Nightline on Friday, Ted Koppel read the names of all of the U.S. troops who have died in Iraq, but viewers of seven ABC stations owned by Sinclair Broadcasting were not able to see it.
U.S. Marines will begin withdrawing from Fallujah as a new Iraqi security force moves in under an agreement reached late Wednesday to end the month-long standoff between coalition forces and insurgents.
U.S. Marines will begin withdrawing from Fallujah under a tentative agreement reached late Wednesday to end the month-long standoff between coalition forces and insurgents. Margaret Warner discusses the deal with military experts.
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