As more details emerge in Sunday's slaughter of 16 Afghan civilians, the Wall Street Journal reports on an unfortunate "what if." It turns out that the small base where the accused Army staff sergeant was stationed was aware he left around 3am, thanks to an Afghan soldier who spotted him...
(CNN) -- An Army soldier accused of killing 16 Afghan civilians was not drunk at the time, but doesn't remember what happened and is in shock, his attorney told CBS News on Monday. The network reported Staff Sgt. Robert Bales met wi... Read Post
There are fears that the killing of 16 Afghan civilians on Sunday, reportedly by a U.S. Army staff sergeant, will inflame the people of that nation. But, "so far that has not come to pass," NPR's Quil Lawrence reports. Read Post