Should Lynndie England Permanently Serve As America's Scapegoat?

In 2003, Lynndie England — along with her boyfriend and at least a dozen other soldiers — posed for a series of photos documenting prisoner abuse at Abu Ghraib. Now, she's a welfare mom who wants a second chance. » 6/29/09 1:20pm 6/29/09 1:20pm

Administration Denies Reports That Abu Ghraib Photos Depict Rape

Although the outcry that arose when President Barack Obama declined to release new images of detainee abuse at Abu Ghraib eventually died down, it is back, thanks to a report in the Telegraph that the officer in charge of the investigation described the pictures as showing sexual abuse of prisoners. » 5/28/09 3:20pm 5/28/09 3:20pm

Obama Girls Are Over The Dog; Souter To Step Down From Supreme Court

Lynndie England: Life After Abu Ghraib

In what is perhaps one of the strangest interviews of all time, the Guardian's Emma Brockes heads to Fort Ashby, West Virginia, to interview Lynndie England, the woman accused of abusing prisoners at Abu Ghraib. » 1/03/09 11:30am 1/03/09 11:30am

Lynndie England Misses Prison

In honor of the fifth anniversary of The Iraq, we read an interview with Lynndie England conducted by the German magazine Stern. Lynndie is out of jail now, living in a trailer park in West Virginia with her mom — they're having issues — and she's a frustrating if unsurprising combination of repentant, unrepentant and… » 3/20/08 5:00pm 3/20/08 5:00pm