It is still possible that chemical or biological weapons will be unearthed in Iraq, but in this case it looks as if we, along with the administration, were taken in. And until now we have not reported that to our readers.
— “The Times and Iraq,” published May 26, 2004.
Iraq had a formidable arsenal of chemical weapons. Yielding to American warnings, the Iraqis did not employ poison gas. But nobody on the American side could be sure it would not be used.
— “1991 Victory Over Iraq Was Swift, but Hardly Flawless,” published today.