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New Charges in Abu Ghraib?

The looming decision by the U.S. Army to charge Lt. Col. Steven Jordan with dereliction of duty, lying to investigators and conduct unbecoming of an officer is...

The Abu Ghraib Cases: Not Yet Over

Following the conviction of a few low-ranking soldiers for their roles in the Abu Ghraib prison abuse scandal, Lt. Col. Steven Jordan was reprimanded Wednesday ...

The Abu Ghraib Scandal You Don't Know

American soldiers often have a tough time with Arabic names, so to guards, he was just "Gus.'' To the world outside Abu Ghraib prison, he became an iconic...

Another Abu Ghraib?

Captain Ian Fishback, a West Point grad who served in the Army's élite 82nd Airborne Division and is currently in special- forces training, spent 17 months...

Shell-Shocked at Abu Ghraib?

Did the senior U.S. officer at Iraq's notorious Abu Ghraib prison suffer a breakdown after a deadly mortar attack, setting...

Abu Ghraib Trial: The Lynndie England Saga

An Army judge last week rejected a guilty plea from Private Lynndie England, the young reservist seen grinning in some of the most notorious pictures from the...

Were Dogs Used to Torture?

The court martial of Sgt. Michael J. Smith, which opened at Fort Meade, Md., this week, is a "dog bites man " story with potentially national...

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