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 23, 2005 - 11:09 PM EDT
CIA-Leak Case Charges This Week?
Leak Case Focusing on War's Rationale
Authority to Expand Leak Probe Was Given in '04
Secret UK Poll: Iraqis Support Attacks on Troops
UK Colonel Quits Over Safety Fears of His Men
Top US Diplomat Slams Neocons for Iraq Debacle
US: Zarqawi's Terror Network Growing
Islamists and Mujahedeen Secure Victory in Afghan Vote
20 Iraqis Killed, 5 US Soldiers Wounded Sunday
Syria Pledges to Cooperate After UN Hariri Murder Report
Poland Elects Conservative Kaczynski President: Exit Polls
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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The Short Life and Violent Death of Sgt. Chris Hickey
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Unseen Enemy Is at Its Fiercest in a Sunni City
Blix Says US Misled Itself, the World on Iraq
US: Terrorists May Exploit Syria Crisis
Al-Zawahiri Calls for Pakistan Quake Aid
US Goodwill Envoy Hughes Claims Saddam Gassed 'Hundreds of Thousands' of Iraqis; Indonesians Respond Angrily
Today in Iraq
US Reports Killing 20 Iraq Insurgents
US National Among 375 Foreigners Captured in Iraq
Bombing of Baghdad Statue Angers Sunnis, Shi'ites
Sistani Backs Arab League's Iraq Reconciliation Mission
Iraqi President's Plea to Britain: 'Don't Let the Blood of Your Sons Be for Nothing'
Making a Killing: American Security Firms
Iraqi Constitution
Iraqi Constitution Vote Split on Ethnic and Sect Lines; Election Panel Reports No Major Fraud
Indications Crucial Iraqi Province Leaning Toward 'Yes' Vote
Iraq Voting Violence Down From January
Attacks Continue
Two Marines Killed by IED Near Al Amariyah
Marine Killed by Explosion Near Haqlaniyah
One Policeman Killed in Baghdad
Security Incidents in Iraq, Oct. 23
Security Incidents in Iraq, Oct. 22
Trying Saddam
Iraq to Step Up Security for Saddam Trial
Fearful Lawyers Threaten Boycott of Saddam Trial
Death Threats to Witnesses Halt Saddam Trial
Questions Remain After Iraq Lawyer Slain
Talabani Not Opposed to Death Penalty for Saddam
Saddam Trial Outside Iraq Ruled Out
Global Iraq Fallout
Condi and Jack Show Lends a New Dimension to the Special Relationship
Kiwis Go to War on Iraq
Prosecuting Bush in Canada for Torture
Japan Asked to Continue Iraq Airlift
Rumsfeld Praises Mongolia for Iraq, Afghan Help
Americans Keep Dying
Md. Marine, a Newlywed, Is Killed in Iraq
SD National Guard Pilot Dies Serving in Iraq
Marine (VA) Killed in Iraq Was Motivated by 9/11
Soldier From Tonganoxie (KS) Killed in Iraq
New Mexico Marine Killed in Iraq
Operation Enduring Freedom Psyop Soldier (AZ) Dies in Accident
Blast in Iraq Kills Ex-Tucsonan (AZ)
Amarillo (TX) Soldier Killed by Explosive Devices
Soldier From Huron (SD) Dies in Iraq
Army Sergeant From El Paso (TX) Dies in Vehicle Accident in Iraq
Maryland Guardsman Killed in Iraq
War Claims Wake County (NC) Native
Baltimore (MD) Firefighter Dies in Iraq
Marine (AZ) Was 'Old Soul' Who Loved to Sing
Soldier (CA) Killed in Afghanistan Incident Remembered
Tennessee Soldier Killed in Iraq
Lawmaker Blasts US Waiver Allowing Sudan Lobbyist
Sudan Detains Lawyer Defending Refugees: Amnesty
Sudan Not Trying Darfur War Crimes: UN Official
Somalia Faces Threat of New Civil War
Zimbabwe Opposition Head Says Boycott Gets Backing
Russia: No Stashed Beslan Arms
Vote Triggers Mladic Speculation
Chile President Was on Secret Police Hit List: Paper
The Scandals Converge
Fitzgerald Expands Probe to Prewar Intel
Legal Problems Dog Bush's Inner Circle
Scooter Libby in the Spotlight
A Rough Road for 'Scooter'?
Powerful Ears Still Turning to Adviser
The Washington Secret Often Isn't
A Split Between the Times and Miller?
Prosecutor in AIPAC Affair Is Named New US Deputy Attorney General
US Military
Military Doctors Battle Drug-Resistant Bug in Wounded Troops
Military Opposes Offshore Drilling: Needs Coast to Test Weapons
Iraq War Muddles Role of Women
Tuskegee Airmen Suit Up, Head to Iraq
Army Sends Riot-Control Kits to Iraq, Afghanistan
A Horse for Rumsfeld, But, Whoa, There's a Snag
UK War on Terror
Labour's War on Terror Is Failing, Says Leaked Report
Police to Probe US 'Torture Flights' Landing in Scotland
Three Held in UK Anti-Terror Raids
Hariri Assassination Report
Fundamentalist Arrested in Hariri Killing
Hariri's Son Seeks International Trial
Syria Softens Stance on UN Inquiry Into Hariri Assassination
Central Witness to UN Hariri Report Revealed as a Paid Swindler
PFLP Leader Considers Libel Suit for Name Mention in UN Report
Israel, US Reject PA Call for Secret Peace Talks
IDF Troops Kill Palestinian, 19, Suspected of Planting Bomb
Dahlan Urges Fatah Militants to Lay Down Arms for Democracy
Palestinian Policeman Injured in Clashes
Palestinian Group: Qassam Found Last Week Targeted Sharon
Three Die as Muslims Sack Church in DVD Protest
Police Guard Churches in Egypt After Muslim Riot
Middle East
Thirty Arrested Over Iran Bombings
Saudi Arabia Names New Intelligence Chief
Jordan Arrests Teenage Son of Militant
Rumsfeld Wants Quick Afghan Desecration Investigation
Rumsfeld Says Afghan Body Burning Charges Damage US
8 Police, 4 Taliban Killed in Afghanistan
Afghan Journalist Killed in Blast
Afghan President Urges Citizens to Accept Election Results
Black Hawk Crashes in Afghanistan; All Soldiers Survive
India, Pakistan Inch Toward Quake Aid Cooperation
Pakistan Makes Formal Kashmir Border Proposal to India
India to Let Pakistan Victims Into Kashmir
NATO Sending Troops to Pakistan
Nepal Police Seize Equipment From FM Broadcaster
Nepal King Declares All-Out War on Media
US Team Says North Korea Shows Signs of Transparency
Japan-China Oil Dispute Escalates

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Playing Politics as Quake Toll Rises

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Ivan Eland
The Iraq Constitution: And They Call This Victory?

David R. Henderson
What Game Theory Can Tell Us About Terrorism

Charles Peņa
A New York State of Mind

Ran HaCohen
Stop Your Sobbing

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