No one disputes that former U.N. chief weapons inspector and prominent Iraq war critic Scott Ritter entered an adult chat room two years ago, traded sexually graphic messages and performed a sex act on himself in front of a webcam. Full story
Author Ron Suskind and NBC News’ Michael Isikoff debate whether former Defense Secretary Donald Rumsfeld is trying to rewrite history and cleanse his role in the lies which led the U.S. into the Iraq War.
During an interview with NBC’s Andrea Mitchell, former Secretary of Defense Donald Rumsfeld defends the Iraq War invasion and also shares his thoughts on the current situation in Libya.
A Hardball panel talks about former Defense Secretary Donald Rumsfeld’s new revelations on the Iraq War and the Bush administration.
The former Defense Secretary tries to rewrite his involvement in some of the bad decisions made in the Iraq war. MSNBC’s Lawrence O’Donnell has the Rewrite.
Excerpts from the former defense secretary’s upcoming memoir, "Known and Unknown" indicate he may be distancing himself from the Iraq War, and laying blame on President Bush. The Washington Post’s Bradley Graham and Salon’s Steve Kornacki join Hardball’s Chris Matthews to discuss.
WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange attends a news conference about the internet release of secret documents about the Iraq War, in London in this October 23, 2010 file photo. Assange has been arrested by British police on a European warrant issued by Sweden over allegations of sex crimes including rap
US President Barack Obama shakes hands with Iraq war veterans on August 31, 2010 at Fort Bliss, Texas. President Obama will mark the end of America s combat mission in Iraq with a televised address to the nation tonight. AFP PHOTO / TIM SLOAN