At Official End of Iraq War, Times Performs Front-Page Psychoanalysis of Haditha 'Massacre'

Newly discovered documents let the Times revisit, and psychoanalyze, what it has long touted as a massacre of innocent civilians: "Haditha became a defining moment of the war, helping cement an ...

Times Still Calling 'Haditha' a Crime, Despite Acquittals of Marines

From the cover of the Times Sunday Book Review: "Of all the crimes that sullied the record of the United States military in Iraq - the torture of prisoners at Abu Ghraib, the killings of 24 Iraqi ...

Stout Plays Up John Murtha's Anti-War Turn in Obit, But Omits Smear of Marines as Killers

David Stout's obituary for old-line Democratic Rep. John Murtha omitted the congressman's smear of Marines in Iraq, who he accused of killing Iraqi civilians "in cold blood."

An Emotional George Stephanopoulos Coos: Murtha Made Congress 'Work,' Skips Smear on Marines

Good Morning America's George Stephanopoulos on Tuesday became emotional over the passing of John Murtha, named by Citizens for Responsibility and Ethics in Washington as one of Congress' most ...

Times Maintains Near Silence as Haditha "Massacre" Case Crumbles

The Times ran over 35 stories on the Haditha "massacre," but issued only brief wire reports as the case against two Marines crumbled.

Times Virtually Ignores Haditha Acquittal

The Times was all over the Haditha "massacre." Yet now that the prosecution has suffered yet another failure, you can hardly locate the story with a microscope.

Still Calling it the Haditha "Massacre"

Manohla Dargis reviews a British filmmaker's dramatization of the "massacre" by Marines in the Iraqi town of Haditha.

Murder Case Against Marines Collapsing: Times Called Haditha a "Massacre"

As the case against marines in the killing of Iraqi civilians in Haditha disintegrates, a review of Paul von Zielbauer's slanted coverage of the "massacre."
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