Gen. Ray Odierno, along with other top defense officials, argued that releasing the images of alleged detainee abuse would endanger US troops abroad.
Like a business rediscovering its core competency, the city of light has seen the opening of no fewer than 12 major exhibitions in recent weeks.
The administration might want to move on from the issue, but there's pressure from progressive groups and congressional Democrats for further investigation.
Abusive interrogation techniques in Abu Ghraib followed approval of their use in Guantánamo, says a report by Senate Armed Services Committee.
A soldier, a reconstruction expert, and a peace activist tell of how Iraq has changed – and what more needs to be done.
The bombing is the third major attack in recent days, prompting fears of a spike in violence.