NPR's Eric Westervelt was among the first Western reporters to reach Iraq's capital during the 2003 U.S.-led overthrow of Saddam Hussein.
On March 20, 2003, the U.S. carried out its first airstrikes in Iraq.
"Victims include women, children, elderly and persons with disabilities, members and former members of the Iraqi armed forces and police," says a new U.N. report that details 202 mass graves.
Former Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice tells NPR that America is still a "bright, shining city on the hill, not because we're perfect but because we struggle in our imperfections every day."
From Egypt to the Philippines, the president's praise of despotic and brutal leaders is raising eyebrows. He also has potential business conflicts in or related to all of the countries.
Chalabi supplied information to the U.S. regarding Saddam Hussein's alleged weapons of mass destruction. No such weapons were found following the U.S. invasion.
Izzat Ibrahim al-Douri is the "king of clubs" in a pack of playing cards issued to U.S. troops to help identify Iraqi officials. He is thought to have been instrumental in the sudden rise of ISIS.
Former President George W. Bush sits down with host David Greene to discuss his new book, 41, a biography of his father and fellow former President George H.W. Bush.