Friday, March 21, 2003 | Updated 7:47 p.m. ET

An explosion rocks one of Saddam Hussein's palaces in Baghdad during air strikes. (Reuters)
Massive Air Assaults Hit Iraq
Aerial bombardment of sites in Baghdad and other cities signals start of military onslaught; ground war also escalates as troops push further into Iraq.
– Thomas W. Lippman, Peter Baker and Terry M. Neal
Baghdad Bombing spacer Reports From Field spacer Post's Shadid in Baghdad
Washington at War
Briefings, D.C.'s Art Form
This White House has taken forum for managing news to new heights.
Transcript: Post's Robert G. Kaiser

Senate Trims Bush Tax Cuts
Measure takes $100B from tax cuts to cover war; more drastic plan fails.
– Associated Press
After the Bell: Stocks Rise for 8th Day

Hussein's Fate Still Uncertain
U.S. thinks Iraqi leader, sons were in bunker when cruise missiles struck.
– Walter Pincus, Bob Woodward
and Dana Priest

Transcript: Post's Loeb and Priest
Marines Seize Oil Facility
Complex is central to oil production at the important Remailah oil field.
– Jonathan Finer
Leiby in Kuwait  |  Finer in Iraq
2 Killed in Yemen as Protests Continue
Photo Gallery: Worldwide Protests