Iraqis Loot Mosul
WBUR's Michael Goldfarb reports from the Northern Iraq city of Mosul, where widespread looting is taking place following the defeat of the Iraqi Army.
Israeli View on Iraq
We get the latest from Israel to find out how that country is viewing the progress in the U.S. war against Iraq.
U.S. Efforts in Afghanistan
There are still thousands of U.S. troops in Afghanistan, and we find out how the military effort is going there since the end of Taliban rule.
The Abuse of Rank
We speak with Robert Fuller, author of "Somebodies and Nobodies: Overcoming the Abuse of Rank."
The Differences in Arab and Western Reporting
Our editorial roundtable considers the differences in the perspectives of the war reported by Arab and western media.
Remembering Matthew Boule
WBUR reporter Fred Thys visits the small town of Dracut, Massachusetts, to speak with residents about the loss of one of their own, 22-year old Army specialist Matthew Boule, the first Bay State resident killed in Iraq.
Robert Duvall in "Assassination Tango"
Academy Award winning actor Robert Duvall speaks about his passion for dance and how it influenced his new film "Assassination Tango."
Today's News Wrap-Up: April 11, 2003
A wrap-up of the day's developments.
This program aired on April 11, 2003.