4/14/2008 2:18 PM ET
Reporter John Broder: "With long-term estimates of the cost of the Iraq war ranging from $1 trillion to $3 trillion or more, the question naturally arises of what else the country could have done ...
4/10/2008 10:14 AM ET
The paper won't let go of McCain's brief slip during Tuesday's questioning of Gen. David Petraeus when he described Al Qaeda as Shiite, and immediately corrected himself.
4/9/2008 1:55 PM ET
The Times again finds McCain's Shia-Sunni gaffes fascinating - but what about Obama's confusing of Iran with Iraq?
4/4/2008 12:54 PM ET
One question just added to the NYT/CBS News poll: "From what you know, how much do you think the cost of the war in Iraq has contributed to the U.S. economic problems - a lot, some, not much or ...
3/26/2008 12:27 PM ET
The paper has used the same formulation in three out of its four commemorations of the latest 1,000-death mark in Iraq.
3/24/2008 1:56 PM ET
Could the surge and resulting decline in the fatality rate for U.S. troops have something to do with it? The Times gives five other reasons before even making the suggestion.
3/20/2008 1:54 PM ET
Robert Worth's watercolor memory of pre-war Iraq: "Their Iraq was Basra before the first Gulf War, when it was full of cafes and canals, still known as 'the dark land' because of its thick canopy ...
3/20/2008 12:00 AM ET
Reporter is appalled that Cheney refuses to base Iraq strategy on public opinion polls, as network coverage of the war's fifth anniversary emphasizes costs, ignores benefits.
3/17/2008 1:48 PM ET
John Burns: "My own experience, invariably, was that Iraqis I met who felt secure enough to speak with candor had an overwhelming desire to see American troops remain long enough to restore ...
2/20/2008 1:44 PM ET
The Times touts a loaded survey showing military officers are concerned about the state of the military - but ignores the Clintonites and Times reporters on the staff of one of the organizations.