The 2017 film "Shock and Awe" shows how a group of journalists exposed major gaps in the Bush administration's justification for the Iraq war. It's a situation worth re-examining as tensions rise between the U.S. and Iran. The reporters at the center of "Shock and Awe" include Warren Strobel, Jonathan Landay and John Walcott. They joined CBSN to take a closer look at the comparisons between the two situations.
Two Saudi sisters have fled home for freedom abroad. Maha and Wafa al-Subaie say they suffered domestic abuse from their family and a lack of basic human rights in Saudi Arabia. Freelance journalist Laura Kasinoff spoke to the sisters while they stayed at a refugee center in Tbilisi, Georgia. She joined CBSN to take us through their journey.
A new study lays out a range of possible outcomes "that go from bad to worse"
A 16-year-old boy from Guatemala survived the journey to the border, but died in U.S. custody. Now some in Congress are demanding answers. Omar Villafranca reports.
"We never thought this would happen in a place where he's supposed to be in a better place," Carlos Hernandez's brother told CBS News
Members of the House and Senate received a briefing from Secretary of State Mike Pompeo and Acting Defense Secretary Patrick Shanahan about growing tensions with Iran. Behnam Ben Taleblu of the Foundation for the Defense of Democracies joined CBSN to discuss the latest.
Amid ongoing tensions between the U.S. and Iran, Iraq's President Barham Salih told CBS News he doesn't want his country dragged into another conflict. Iraq is in a tough spot, hosting more than 5,000 U.S. troops, while also depending on militias, many backed by Iran. Roxana Saberi reports.
President Trump is considering pardons for several Americans who have been convicted or accused of committing war crimes. It would be an unprecedented move for a commander in chief. David Martin reports.
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As war of words escalates between Trump and Iranian government, Barham Salih tells CBS News he is telling everyone to "cool it"