The Iraq war has dominated headlines with a report from Gen. David Petraeus and President Bush's announcement of a phased troop withdrawal. Secretary of Defense Robert Gates talks about long-term plans for the country.
Crews working to remove the debris from the Mississippi River following a bridge collapse in Minneapolis began moving in their heavy equipment on Monday. Meanwhile the Minneapolis area continues to cope with the disaster, which killed at least five people.
A fifth person was confirmed dead after the collapse of a highway bridge in Minneapolis, while authorities lowered the number of missing to eight. The mayor of Minneapolis and the county sheriff describe the effect on the community.
In a fresh wave of sectarian attacks in Iraq Monday, more than 100 people were killed. Meanwhile, President Bush assured Iraqi Prime Minister Maliki that the United States has no plans to set a timetable for the removal of U.S.
Photographers Tyler Hicks and Rina Castelnuovo of The New York Times describe their experiences covering the Middle East conflict over the last month in Lebanon and Israel.
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.
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