Will the Senate Endorse Torture?: Ivan Eland
Saddam's Gone – Why Aren't We?: Mark Anderson
Interrogating Rumsfeld: Greenberg, Dratel, Engelhardt
More Pentagon Dissent Over Iraq: Jim Lobe
Iraq Disintegrating, as Usual: Dahr Jamail

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Updated January 11, 2005 - 11:47 PM EST
More Dissent in Pentagon Over Iraq War
Hot Topic in DC: Iraq Disengagement
Shocking New Videos Shown at Iraq Abuse Trial
Allawi Says Some Areas Unsafe for Poll as 20 Die
Fresh Horrors at Guantanamo
Iraq Disintegrating, as Usual
Bush Picks Judge Chertoff for Homeland Security
US Denies GIs Killed Iraqi Civilians
Baghdad Police Chief Who Warned of Vulnerability Is Killed
Interrogating Rumsfeld
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by Harvey Silverglate
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by Mark Anderson
The Yes Man  by Joe Conason
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