NBC reporter David Bloom, who provided around-the-clock reports for the broadcast network and its sister cable station MSNBC while embedded with the Army's 3rd Infantry Division in Iraq, died Sunday of an apparent pulmonary embolism.
A convoy of vehicles carrying the Russian ambassador to Iraq and several other diplomats came under fire Sunday as the envoys evacuated Baghdad. Coalition forces said the strike occurred in Iraqi-controlled territory.
Coalition forces targeted and bombed the Basra home of a top Iraqi general who is a cousin of Saddam Hussein, but have not determined if he was killed in the attack, U.S. military officials said Sunday.
For the latest inside Baghdad, Jim Lehrer talks with Los Angeles Times reporter John Daniszewski, who reports from the capital.
Terence Smith looks at how the Arab media are covering the war.
Spencer Michels reports from Sacramento on how the Iraq war is affecting veterans.
Hours after U.S. forces swept through central Baghdad in an operation designed to "move through a major area" of the Iraqi capital, explosions and mortar fire continued to echo throughout the city.
U.S. troops faced fierce street-to-street fighting in the central Iraqi city of Karbala Saturday as they tried to secure the rear flank of forces advancing on Baghdad.
American officials announced that nine of the bodies discovered during the operation to rescue Pfc. Jessica Lynch in Nasiriya were those of U.S. soldiers killed in fighting near the southern Iraqi city.
As fighting continued throughout central Iraq, two U.S. Marines were killed in a helicopter gunship crash Saturday, U.S. Central Command reported.
Support Provided By: Learn more
Educate your inbox
Subscribe to Here’s the Deal, our politics newsletter for analysis you won’t find anywhere else.