After crisscrossing Fallujah by foot and Humvee in May, I reported on tremendous progress being made to restore "the city we had to destroy to save." Actually fighting left most of the town unscathed; most damage was from three decades of neglect under Saddam Hussein. And rebuilding began almost immediately.
Good news from Iraq rarely gets a single story compared to the many thousands on a war protestor's stake-out in Texas. Yet it occurs nonetheless.