Today's Highlights

Name That War: Tom Engelhardt
Dropping the Bomb: Gene Callahan
Stifling Neo-Crazy Sycophants: Gordon Prather
Media at a Huge Crossroads: Norman Solomon
Fitzgerald's Historic Opportunity: James Moore

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Updated October 22, 2005 - 10:21 PM EDT
Fitzgerald Expands Probe to Prewar Intel
US Death Toll in Iraq Nears 2,000
A Palpable Silence at the White House
White House Braces for Scowcroft Critique
NY Times: Miller Misled Paper About Role
Posting of CIA Leak Docs May Signal Indictments
Bush Calls for Immediate UN Session on Syria
Assad Family Names Censored From Hariri Killing Report
Senior US Official: 'Maybe They Need to Have Their Civil War'
US Troops Fighting Losing Battle for Sunni Triangle
Dropping the Bomb  by Gene Callahan
As the Casualty Count Rises, an 'Iraq Syndrome' Emerges  by Daniel Sneider
Media at Huge Crossroads, 25 Years After Reagan's Triumph  by Norman Solomon 
Fitzgerald's Historic Opportunity
by James Moore
Name That War  by Tom Engelhardt
Stifling Neo-Crazy Media Sycophants  by Gordon Prather  

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Seymour Hersh and Scott Ritter on Iraq
The Costs of War at Walter Reed
US Goodwill Envoy Hughes Claims Saddam Gassed 'Hundreds of Thousands' of Iraqis; Indonesians Respond Angrily
Today in Iraq
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Week of Milestones Fails to Reassure Frustrated Iraqis
Iraq Vote Result May Take Days
Iraq Reports 63 Percent Turnout
US General: Iraqi Army Needs More Time
Trying Saddam
Saddam's Trial Takes Some Twists
Abducted Saddam Trial Lawyer Found Dead
Murder of Saddam Case Lawyer Puts Trial at Risk
Defense in Saddam Trial Demands Security
Sick Saddam Witness Will Testify
Irish Journalist's Abduction
Irish Reporter Tells of Baghdad Abduction
Irish Reporter Lucky Kidnappers Were Shi'ite
'No Cash Deal' to Free Journalist Held in Iraq
Attacks Continue
3 US Marines, 1 Soldier Killed Iraq
Security Incidents in Iraq, Oct. 22
Security Incidents in Iraq, Oct. 21
Hariri Assassination Report
Hariri Report Threatens Assad's Hold on Syria
Syria Blasts 'Biased' Hariri Report
Lebanon President Rejects UN Inquiry Claim
Thousands of Lebanese Rally in Beirut Demanding President Lahoud Step Down
Transcript of UN Report on Hariri Killing
UN Report on Hariri Assassination Excerpts
People Cited in UN Probe of Lebanon Killing
Bush Backs Away From Timetable for Setting Up Palestinian State
Abbas Basks in US Limelight; Leaves Empty-Handed
US Says It Will Not Dictate to Palestinians on Hamas
Palestinians May Have Deals With Kidnappers
Hamas Slams Bush for Dropping Statehood Timetable
Israeli Soldiers Shoot Two Armed Palestinians
Middle East
Christian DVD Sparks Riot in Egypt
Syria Says Arrests Militants, Uncovers Plot
Khamenei: US Seeking World Domination
Stoking Afghanistan's Resistance
US Soldiers Said They Burned Taliban Corpses Because 'They Stank'
Afghan Clerics Warn of Anti-US Backlash
Karzai Condemns US Soldier Abuse of Taliban Corpses
Guilty Will Be Punished Over Afghan Desecration: US Envoy Hughes
Afghanistan: Senior Police Official and Guards Killed
Suspected Taliban Kill Afghan Aid Worker in Afghanistan
Chances Dimming of Opening Divided Kashmir: Pakistani Official
Nine Rebels Killed in Northeastern Indian Clashes
India to Disarm Rival Tribal Groups in Assam State
North Korea and China Break Impasse
US to Speed Up Talks on South Korea's Military, Rumsfeld Says
North Korea Will Allow Some Aid Groups to Stay, Richardson Says
White House Targets North Korean Companies
North Korea Hungry to Reassert Control Over Food
Army Deserter Recalls Abuse in North Korea
Bali Bombers 'Could Escape'
Guards Pulled Out of Kyrgyz Jails
Taiwan May Allow More Mainland Chinese Visitors
Koizumi's Visits Boost Controversial Version of History
Police Raid Nepal Private Radio Station
Uzbek Activist 'Declared Insane'
Crisis in the White House
White House in Damage Control Mode
Plame Prosecutor Opens Web Site
Bush Critic Became Target of Libby, Former Aides Say
Libby: A Neocon's Neocon
Fitzgerald's Calculus of Justice
Times Editor Disses Miller
Website of Patrick Fitzgerald, Plame Special Prosecutor
Rep. Kucinich Uses Resolution of Inquiry to Demand Documents From Iraq White House Group
Ritter: Intel Conspiracy to Undermine UN and Overthrow Saddam Hussein
Hunger Strike at Gitmo
Recently Declassified Notes Reveal Mistreatment of Hunger-Striking Detainees
Hunger Strikers Allege 'Force Feed Torture' at Guantánamo
US Denies Feeding Tube Misuse at Gitmo
War on Terror
Terror Alerts Conveniently Timed
Capitol Police Blow Up Suspicious Package
Jewish Leaders Concerned at Planned Homeland Security Funds for Synagogues
Brevard County (FL) Sheriff Agrees Not to Keep Files on Anti-Bush Protesters
80 Australian Muslims Could Face Immediate House Arrest Under New Terror Laws
US Military
Whistleblower or Troublemaker, Bunny Greenhouse Isn’t Backing Down
Contractor Faces Probe Over Faulty Equipment
Opposing the War
Hundreds of Events Planned for Day After 2,000th US Death in Iraq
2,000th Death in Iraq: Event Locations
Burt Bacharach Pens Anti-Iraq War Songs
'Raging Granny' Gets Marine Recruitment Letter
The War at Home
Powell's Colonel Finally Saw Whites of Their Eyes
US Charges 3 People, 3 Firms in Iraq Oil Program
Poll: Trust Level Low for Bush, Media in US
Satisfaction With US Congress Plummets to 29%
Battles of Britain
Proposed UK Bill Requiring Parliament Vote Before War Slammed as 'Impractical'
London Bomb Victims Demand More Cash
France Orders Positive Spin on Colonialism
Polls Show Tighter Race in Poland Runoff
Canada Will Help Fund Destruction of Russian Chemical Weapons
EU Talks With Bosnia Could Lead to Full Membership
Senior US Official in Southern Sudan to Discuss Peace Deal
Sudan, Darfur Rebels End Latest Talks
Liberia's Election Chief Receives Death Threats
UN: Threats Against Liberian Election Workers Taken Seriously
DR Congo Will Not Help Fight Ugandan Rebels
Annan Urges Eritrea to Lift Flight Ban, Eritrea Rejects It
Thai PM Tells Muslim Group to 'Read the Koran' Before Criticizing His Crackdown
Thai Muslims Living in Fear of Security Forces
Azerbaijan Ministers Accused of Coup Plot
Instability Haunts Azerbaijan Govt
Venezuela's Nuclear Energy Plan Makes US Wary

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