This month marks nine years since the American invasion of Baghdad. While the United States military mission in Iraq officially ended in December, the impact of war will continue to reverberate for many years to come, both for those who fought it and with those who witnessed it. The latter group was the focus at the Columbia University Graduate School of Journalism on Wednesday night, where the Dart Center for Journalism & Trauma hosted a panel of Iraq war journalists—many of whom came of age, both professionally and personally, during their time there.
As Marie Colvin is laid to rest, news organizations assess the dangers of reporting from inside Syria
The wire services continue to generate news photography from inside Syria, but for most news organizations it's been impossible to stay in the country since they came to believe journalists were being specifically targeted by the regime.