Science & Space
10:35 AM EDT (1435 GMT) 14 April 2003
Shepperd: Efforts to impose order 'taking hold'
U.S. forces battling for Tikrit have secured the presidential palace in the north-central Iraq city, Saddam Hussein's ancestral homeland and the last major Iraqi city not under coalition control.
Shepperd: When freed, POWs need help
Seven U.S. troops held as prisoners of war returned to the safe hands of American forces Sunday, continuing a trying emotional journey.
Shepperd: Tikrit, cleanup are next
(CNN) - Military operations continue in various parts of Iraq, with Tikrit, a Baath Party stronghold and the birthplace of Saddam Hussein, the only major city not under coalition control.
Shepperd: Coalition in transition
Shepperd: Focus may shift to Tikrit
Clark: More urban fighting possible
Clark: Ground commanders 'juggling priorities'
Clark: 'Plenty of venom' remains in Baghdad
Grange: Destroying bunkers a challenge
Clark: 'Boots on the ground' win battles
Shepperd: Iraqi resistance faltering
Shepperd: Heat can make gear 'miserable'
Grange: POW recoveries 'high priority'
Shepperd: 'Terrible' situations at checkpoints
Grange: Too early to judge the battlefield
Military plan 'bold, audacious, prudent'
Shepperd: 'Not a small missile' in Kuwait attack
War Strategy: Planners must ask 'What if?'
Clark: Northern force can be built 'in no time'
Generals: Iraqi movement 'good news'
Grange: Bush helps boost troop morale
Grange: Iraqis fight with 'economy of force'
Clark: Quick victory 'not going to happen'
Shepperd: The art and science of surrender
Clark: What U.S. war planners are preparing for next
Grange: Troops 'on a high'
Grange: U.S. attack time based on many factors
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