The murder of 13 in Abu Ghraib this weekend has some worried that Al Qaeda in Iraq may be exploiting gaps between withdrawing US forces and Iraqi troops not yet ready to stand alone.
A bill that allows Pentagon to block release of detainee photos from Iraq and Afghanistan is on its way to the White House after clearing Congress Tuesday.
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An exploration of the life and death of football star and US Army enlistee Pat Tillman.
With President Obama in the White House, Osama bin Laden is focusing his rhetorical attacks on the people around him.
As the US speeds the transfer of detainees in its custody, many appear headed into a notoriously violent system. Inmates at Abu Ghraib rioted Thursday and Friday.
This retelling of Depression-era bank robber John Dillinger, played by Johnny Depp, falls hard for the antihero mythology.
Amid a huge display of national pride, some expressed concerns that violence could spike again.
The CIA renewed, and then terminated, a contract with two psychologists who introduced waterboarding and other techniques.