The 2002 law authorizing the use of military force against Iraq's Saddam Hussein could be repealed after 20 years.
Shaw was best remembered for calmly reporting the beginning of the Gulf War in 1991 as missiles flew around him in Baghdad.
"It turns out we were all wrong," David Kay said in his bombshell 2004 testimony.
The secretary of state had to assure the U.N. Security Council that he was trying to avert a war, not start a war.
"When I’m in a parking lot, I can feel my sniper looking at me through the scope of their gun. My body gets hot and I begin to sweat."
After presiding over George W. Bush’s invasion of Iraq, in his later years Colin Powell turned his back on Republicans as his party swung to the right.
Grant Stinchfield flips his wig at a U.S. veteran working to rescue Americans in Afghanistan.
Rep. Barbara Lee and allies have pushed politicians to reckon with U.S. overreach, and the Senate and Joe Biden are expected to help end the authorization.
The Democratic leader, who voted for the AUMF in 2002, warned that a future president could "use it as a justification for military adventurism."
The president whose lies pushed the country into the Iraq War attempts to join the "reality-based community."