|Shiite Faction Ready to Shun Sunday’s Election in Iraq
By DEXTER FILKINS
A radical cleric’s refusal to endorse the election foreshadowed a less than overwhelming voter turnout in Iraq.
A Dry Run in Basra | Campaign Tactics
Interactive: Iraq Election | Complete Coverage
Flashback to the 60’s: A Sinking Sensation of Parallels Between Iraq and Vietnam
By TODD S. PURDUM
Nearly two years after the American invasion of Iraq, comparisons to the conflict in Vietnam are bubbling to the fore.
Bush Says Iraqi Leaders Will Want U.S. Forces to Stay to Help
By ELISABETH BUMILLER, DAVID E. SANGER and RICHARD W. STEVENSON
President Bush said in an interview that he would withdraw U.S. forces from Iraq if the new government asked him to do so.
Excerpts: In Bush’s Words
For Troops’ Loved Ones, a Day of Loss and Dreams Cut Short
Reservist to Offer Guilty Plea in Jail Assault
Iraqi Candidate Killed on Videotape; Other Attacks Leave a Marine and Several Iraqis Dead
Even in Paradise of Turquoise Waters, Absence and Stress Take Their Toll
Iraqi Scientist Discusses A-Bomb Effort
The King Is Dead (Has Been for 46 Years) but Two Iraqis Hope: Long Live the King!
In Violence-Prone Mosul, Voters Will Need a Shield of Snipers
A Taste of Big-City Politicking in Basra
In Bush’s Words: Iraq, Abortion, Social Security, Diplomacy and the Presidency
Names of the Dead
31 Americans Die as Marine Copter Goes Down in Iraq
Bush Portrays Iraq Vote as Step in a Global March to Freedom
Across Baghdad, Security Is Only an Ideal
Anti-Vote Violence in Iraq Is Intensifying, Latest Data Show