- Making News: Hundreds of Prisoners Released from Abu Ghraib Prison
In Iraq today, hundreds of inmates are being released from the Abu Ghraib prison. Some 4500 have been released over the past couple months, and Americans are describing the release as "routine." Scott Wilson, who is covering the story for the Washington Post, reports on the prisoner release, questions about intelligence-gathering techniques, and the fallout over yesterday's raid on the home of Ahmad Chalabi.
- Reporter's Notebook: Congresswoman Pelosi Tough on President Bush
Yesterday, President Bush went to Capitol Hill to address Republicans about the war in Iraq. At the same time, House Democratic leader Nancy Pelosi repeated her claim that the President-s incompetence as a leader has put American soldiers -in harms way.- Her Republican counterpart, Tom DeLay, said Pelosi-s words are -putting American lives at risk.- Watching it all is CNN senior political analyst Bill Schneider.
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