Defense Secretary Donald Rumsfeld and Joint Chiefs Chairman Gen. Richard Myers praised the fall of Baghdad, but said danger in Iraq remains. They detailed the military's goals and spoke about Iraq's humanitarian situation at the Pentagon.
As military efforts in Baghdad continue, conditions are worsening for aid agencies such as the International Committee of the Red Cross and Doctors Without Borders, both of whom suspended operations in Baghdad following the death of a Red Cross employee.
Two U.S. airmen were listed as missing in action after their F-15E warplane went down in Iraq Sunday, U.S. Central Command said in a statement Tuesday.
Three journalists were killed in military operations in Baghdad Tuesday, including an incident in which a U.S. tank fired at a hotel housing hundreds of international reporters.
U.S. troops in the center of Baghdad repelled an Iraqi counterattack Tuesday after dawn local time before moving out to expand the areas under coalition control.
The Boston Globe on Monday received the 2003 Pulitzer Prize for Public Service journalism for exposing the sexual abuse by Roman Catholic priests that led to changes within the Roman Catholic Church.
U.S. forces targeted the Iraqi leadership Monday, dropping four 2,000-pound bombs on a building where high-ranking members of the regime were meeting.
An A-10 "Warthog" low-flying fighter jet was apparently shot down by Iraqi surface-to-air fire and crashed near the airport southwest of Baghdad early Tuesday local time.
U.S. forces launched an air strike Monday directly targeting a senior Iraqi leadership meeting that may have included Saddam Hussein and his sons. Military experts discuss the intelligence and equipment necessary to launch such a targeted strike and how officials…
By Admin, PBS NewsHour
The U.S. Supreme Court ruled Monday to uphold a state law banning cross burning carried out with the intent to intimidate, ruling that the act is an instrument of terror and not a form of expression protected by the First…
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