Archive: May 18, 2008 - May 24, 2008

A Few Bad Apples?

Sanchez tries to suggest that the abuses at Abu Ghraib had little to do with official policy.

By Phillip Carter | May 24, 2008; 8:00 AM ET | Comments (2)

Sanchez's Torture Memos

He defends his interrogation guidance as within the bounds of the Geneva Conventions.

By Phillip Carter | May 23, 2008; 12:00 PM ET | Comments (16)

Pressure to Get Intelligence

Sanchez's autobiography clarifies his role in catalyzing abuses at Abu Ghraib.

By Phillip Carter | May 23, 2008; 8:00 AM ET | Comments (1)

Torture Trail

How does Sanchez explain what happened at Abu Ghraib while he was in command?

By Phillip Carter | May 22, 2008; 2:00 PM ET | Comments (6)

The Ray and Dave Show

Some questions the Senate Armed Services Committee should ask today of Petraeus and Odierno.

By Phillip Carter | May 22, 2008; 7:56 AM ET | Comments (8)

An Iraqi Dog's Life

An Iraqi puppy reminds a U.S. soldier of his own humanity.

By Phillip Carter | May 21, 2008; 1:22 PM ET | Comments (19)

Memorial Day and Dog Tags

WWII dog tags On Monday, America will mark Memorial Day. The holiday has evolved into a general celebration of patriotism, veterans and all things military. But the holiday was originally established to serve as a memorial to America's dead soldiers from the Civil War. One of the most solemn...

By Phillip Carter | May 21, 2008; 12:45 PM ET | Comments (8)

Not in the Pentagon's Pocket

Combat correspondent Joe Galloway responds to allegations that he was a paid Pentagon pundit.

By Phillip Carter | May 20, 2008; 12:43 PM ET | Comments (16)

The C Team

Sanchez takes over an anemic headquarters and fights with the bureaucracy for troops.

By Phillip Carter | May 20, 2008; 8:30 AM ET | Comments (11)

Justice Wins in Bomber Case

Supreme Court rejects appeal from Millennium Bomber.

By Phillip Carter | May 19, 2008; 4:38 PM ET | Comments (9)

Webb on Civil-Military Relations

Sen. Jim Webb has changed his mind about civil-military relations.

By Phillip Carter | May 19, 2008; 7:36 AM ET | Comments (15)

Rumsfeld's 8,000-Mile Screwdriver

Sanchez discusses civilian control of the military and warns that the country may be approaching "the status of a fascist dictatorship"

By Phillip Carter | May 18, 2008; 11:42 PM ET | Comments (6)

Our Finest Sons and Daughters

West Point is likely to change its song lyrics to acknowledge female graduates. 'Bout time.

By Phillip Carter | May 18, 2008; 8:00 AM ET | Comments (0)

 
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