Troops Push To Baghdad
The latest from Baghdad, as U.S. forces approach the key city in the war campaign.
A report from the southern Iraq city of Basra for the latest on the military situation there.
Military Analysis 03/31/03
Retired Special Forces Colonel Kalev Sepp has analysis on the U.S. military strategy as the war progresses.
Secretary Rumsfeld Warns Syria, Iran
Secretary of Defense Donald Rumsfeld had stern words of warning recently for Syria, accusing that country of supplying equipment to Iraq. He also says Iran, Iraq's neighbor to the east, should halt any plans to develop a nuclear program.
Bush Admin and Field Generals Rift
Our Washington Roundtable discusses the rift that is seeming to grow between Bush administration officials and the field generals conducting the war.
Arab Influx into Iraq
There are increasing reports of Arabs from countries outside Iraq pouring into the country to fight against coalition forces.
Uniforms, Communications, and the Geneva Convention
We examine Geneva Convention rules regarding soldiers identified by their uniforms and the bombing of communications towers and transmitters.
Arizona Native Americans Unite Over Missing Soldiers
In Arizona, a small town is distraught over reports that a female U.S. soldier--a Hopi Indian--is missing in Iraq. Hope for her safe return is uniting members of the otherwise contentious Hopi and Navajo tribes in the town.
Iraqi Americans on the War, Part II
We speak with some Iraqi Americans for their thoughts and concerns about the war.
Today's News Wrap-Up: March 31, 2003
A summary of the day's events and developments.
This program aired on March 31, 2003.