In most states in the country, labor laws will not protect you from getting fired over a political bumper sticker.
In Baghdad Thursday, the U.S. military officially declared an end to the war in Iraq, a war that cost more than 4,000 U.S. lives, and the lives of countless Iraqis.
But as the war ends, and all the troops come home by the end of the year, a story in The New York Times, probes one of the darkest days of the war, the massacre by U.S. Marines of two dozen Iraqis in Haditha in 2005.
Reporter Michael Schmidt discovered pages of interrogations of the Marines in a Baghdad junkyard.
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