In a second report in a series on the 2006 elections, Gwen Ifill reports on how supporting the Iraq war is affecting two congressional incumbents in Connecticut running for re-election in 2006.
Amid growing criticism from several countries over the treatment of prisoners of war, President Bush, following a one-day U.S.-EU summit in Vienna, said he hoped "to end Guantanamo." European policy experts discuss the reasons behind lagging U.S. popularity in Europe.
President Bush, in a speech marking the first anniversary of the start of the Iraq war Friday, tied the effort to rebuild the war-torn nation into the overall endeavor to combat terrorism.
President Bush welcomed British Prime Minister Tony Blair at Camp David, marking the first U.S.-U.K. summit since the beginning of the war on Iraq. The leaders were set to discuss the progress of the war effort and plans for post-war…
President Bush said he saw substantial progress in coalition efforts against Iraq, but warned Sunday that the last three days of military action represented the beginning stages of a difficult conflict.
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