After the firing of Gen. Stanley McChrystal due to an explosive article in Rolling Stone Magazine, Defense Secretary Robert Gates has issued a memo that clamps down on future media interviews.
Rep. Barbara Lee, D-Calif., Sebastian Junger, Wes Moore, Tom Ricks and Gen. Barry McCaffrey (Ret) discuss the impact of President Barack Obama’s decision to dismiss Gen. Stanley McChrystal.
With the resignation of Gen. Stanley McChrystal, does the U.S. now have the right team to complete their mission in Afghanistan? Rep. Joe Sestak, D-Pa., discuses.
From Jay Leno to Steven Colbert, some of television’s late-night comedians did their best to poke fun President Barack Obama’s decision to dismiss Gen. Stanley McChrystal.
Rolling Stone’s Michael Hastings, the man behind the damaging magazine article on Gen. Stanley McChrystal, tells TODAY’s Matt Lauer that he thought the general’s position was “untouchable.”
President Obama turned the page swiftly Wednesday on what could have become yet another lingering political problem, replacing Gen. Stanley McChrystal as top commander of the US Force in Afghanistan with General David Petraeus. NBC's Chuck Todd reports.
WASHINGTON, DC - JULY 23: Army Gen. Stanley McChrystal smiles after receiving the Department of Defense Distinguished Service Medal and the Army Distinguished Service Medal during a retirement ceremony at Fort McNair July 23, 2010 in Washington, DC. The ceremony honored McChrystal, who was the com