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Smoke continued to billow out of Baghdad Friday after U.S.-led forces unleashed the heaviest bombardment of the Iraqi capital in days, using B-52 bombers to drop two 4,700-pound, satellite-guided "bunker-busting" bombs on Iraqi targets.

The U.N. Security Council, which remains divided over the military campaign underway in Iraq, voted unanimously Friday to restart the program that enables Iraq to exchange billions in oil funds for humanitarian assistance. Marc Santora reports from Kuwait City on…

As coalition forces prepare to take on Baghdad and military leaders warn that the war in Iraq may take longer than expected, three military experts assess the state of the war thus far and what may happen in the days…